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Happy Holi

Postby Ramesh » 23 Mar 2016 22:38

Happy Holi everyone.

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby member_23370 » 23 Mar 2016 23:02

Happy holi everyone!!!

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby Lilo » 23 Mar 2016 23:17

Happy holi to everybody.
May there be more water in the face of those sikulars who are demanding a waterless holi.

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby nawabs » 24 Mar 2016 00:01

Happy Holi to everyone. Though back in Lucknow, Holi has already been celebrated on 23rd. Don't know why, anyone?

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby brat » 24 Mar 2016 00:16

Happy holi to everybody.

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby sankum » 24 Mar 2016 00:23

Happy Holi to all.

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby nirav » 24 Mar 2016 00:52

Happy holi folks.
Consume bhaang responsibly .. :D

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby Shreeman » 24 Mar 2016 05:54

This holi is not operational holi. Since time immemorial, it is being tested and retested. Tests of water, balloons, color, mud, and even dry pigments have been repeated endlessly. After thousands of years since the festival was granted, why has the country not produced a single operational holi-day.

In some tests, a fire is lit the night before. In other places, only water is used the next day. Therebis no operational consistency. Neither are baloons synchronized nor are water pistols sight equipped. Worse, the festival is not night water ops capable. On the other hand the fire ops are self defeating to enemy infrared systems.

Countermeasures are another area where no attention has been paid. Often, the used clothes are simply discolored, torn or simply thrown away. No water resistance has been developed and rain coats have not even been tendered despite shortcomings and lack of numbers discovered every year.

For a billion strong nation, facing block 70 festivals at its eastern and western borders this is a very weak holi. It is no world beater. It is no braveheart. It is a 3rd generation 2 7/8 legged holi whose time was past when sanction was accorded. The USA is making n offer to make in india, block 71 holi, if certain agreements are signed. This woukd be far superior to the block 70 holi. In fact, then India could service the block 70 holi for its western neighbor too. Lifecycle cost analysis shows that sweets expenses would be particularly low with the imported holi. In fact, there would be hardly any sweets since they would all be exported to the USA under previously mentioned agreements. This would also reflect in health cost savings reducing diabetes prevelence by upto 67%. A study by Karlo Knopp, the famous analyst notes that the days of domestic holi are numbered, it is too late and obsolete, and its only a matter of time when an import is negotiated to beef up falling numbers.

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby shravanp » 24 Mar 2016 05:59

Shriman-ji

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby Pratyush » 24 Mar 2016 07:53

Happy holi

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby VKumar » 24 Mar 2016 08:13

HAPPY HOLI to you my friends, and a Big THANK YOU to MS Dhoni for making Holi day a real holiday.

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby deejay » 24 Mar 2016 09:55

Shreeman wrote:This holi is not operational holi. Since time immemorial, it is being tested and retested. Tests of water, balloons, color, mud, and even dry pigments have been repeated endlessly. After thousands of years since the festival was granted, why has the country not produced a single operational holi-day.

In some tests, a fire is lit the night before. In other places, only water is used the next day. Therebis no operational consistency. Neither are baloons synchronized nor are water pistols sight equipped. Worse, the festival is not night water ops capable. On the other hand the fire ops are self defeating to enemy infrared systems.

Countermeasures are another area where no attention has been paid. Often, the used clothes are simply discolored, torn or simply thrown away. No water resistance has been developed and rain coats have not even been tendered despite shortcomings and lack of numbers discovered every year.

For a billion strong nation, facing block 70 festivals at its eastern and western borders this is a very weak holi. It is no world beater. It is no braveheart. It is a 3rd generation 2 7/8 legged holi whose time was past when sanction was accorded. The USA is making n offer to make in india, block 71 holi, if certain agreements are signed. This woukd be far superior to the block 70 holi. In fact, then India could service the block 70 holi for its western neighbor too. Lifecycle cost analysis shows that sweets expenses would be particularly low with the imported holi. In fact, there would be hardly any sweets since they would all be exported to the USA under previously mentioned agreements. This would also reflect in health cost savings reducing diabetes prevelence by upto 67%. A study by Karlo Knopp, the famous analyst notes that the days of domestic holi are numbered, it is too late and obsolete, and its only a matter of time when an import is negotiated to beef up falling numbers.


:D
Huh! all this analysis is one sided only. Who will talk of the imported bhang from bear land which extends range of Block 71 Holi indefinitely.

Btw, Happy Holi Rakshaks.

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby ashthor » 24 Mar 2016 15:50

Happy Holi !

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Re: Happy Holi

Postby Karthik S » 24 Mar 2016 16:50

Happy holi everone...


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