Saturday, April 08, 2006

Busy Spot at CMH Road...

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Anne Sun Apr 09, 11:43:00 AM GMT+5:30  

I notice there are always so many motorcycles on most of your posts...this seems to be a more common form of transportation in your country?

Sam Sun Apr 09, 02:29:00 PM GMT+5:30  

I see so many signs in English - That surprises me (I suppose it shouldn't but it does, lol)
What is the official language of India? Does everyone speak English?

Unknown Sun Apr 09, 09:32:00 PM GMT+5:30  

yes, anne and sam. Appriciate your observations. Common mode of transport still is motorbikes and the second common language is English ( Hindi being the first and national language)
Almost all indian cities do have sign boards in english...makes it easy to relate to others...

keep watching..

Anonymous Sun Oct 08, 10:30:00 PM GMT+5:30  

In the union of India, states are divided based on languages. In Karnataka, where Bangalore is the capital, Kannada is the primary language. Due to the cosmopolitan nature of Bangalore, people speak different languages. The road signs are in English ( to benefit local foriegners) and Kannada ( state langauge).