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  1. MR / NSS says

    watching this video led onto because I couldn't be bothered getting up to change it afterwards – 2 videos of Americans eating Indian food, a video of Australians eating indian food, then Indians eating American food. The Indians eating American food was funniest, Australians eating Indian food most WTF. You never knew what your channel leads to…

  2. Travel Actually says

    Awesome travel vlog! We also make travel vlogs. Please subscribe to our channel we will subscribe back!

  3. Jamie Banks says

    Looks like such a fun day!

  4. niraj Kumar says

    Where from you dia

  5. Jack The Human says

    Its awesome you have a local there who can show you the real side! I'm planning to go to India this year if anyone has any recommendations where to visit I would be super grateful??? ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Long Weltreise Vlogs says

    Thats so sick, love it ๐Ÿ˜Š

  7. Shubham Mishra says

    Come Varanasi Or Lucknow also !!!

  8. Kartik Ashok says

    Haha at 7:35 there's the "Non-Hindus are prohibited" sign. It's because the local Evangelicals have been going in to the temples and spreading their bible nonsense, really disrespectful of them.

  9. Akshay Prakash says

    You need to VISIT HAMPI RUINS!!!! ITS IN SOUTH-INDIA,!!!

  10. robinmahan says

    Loving the series
    If you have time go to Kerala

  11. Napster __ says

    Such an ugly moustache… the guy needs an immediate makeover

  12. Plant Based Paul says

    I've so loved watching your India Vlogs, you made the country so appealing and so beautiful. Did you not want to spend more time in Goa, looked stunning. I got ill in Vietnam from a bahn mi, thankfully it was in the mountains so a little cooler and more pleasant place to poo myself to death! Thank you so much for everything you've offered so far, so inspiring!

  13. Gabriel Traveler says

    A fun day of exploring. So who was the Indian guy and how did he end up being your tour guide? One of your viewers? By the way have you checked the youtube audio library lately? There's tons of new stuff. If you search for India then a bunch of songs will come up that might have captured the India vibe better than the '70s lounge music. ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. Jamila Hadade says

    Hi I'm a new subscriber from New York City, I send you greetings & I pray you're doing better. I love your blogs you're a nice & funny girl that's what makes it interesting. God bless you ๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’—

  15. Little & Fierce says

    Aly, I'm really disappointed. I've been watching your videos for several years now and am a Patreon supporter, and I've never heard you make a joke like the Diabetes joke you made in this video. I am a Type-1 Diabetic, and I'm here to tell you sugar causes NO type of Diabetes. (Yes, not even Type-2, which is the one most associated with poor diet.) Hearing these jokes about how drinking or eating sugar causes diabetes perpetuates the stereotype that sugar is a cause, and it's not. Diabetes has much more to do with your genetics than your diet, and you could eat all the sugar in the world but if you don't have a genetic predisposition for Diabetes you won't get it. These stereotypes are harmful to Diabetics such as myself because it's victim-blaming. Please don't do this.

  16. Aleksandra Veleno says

    mmm Indian food…

  17. Naresh Kaushik says

    I like your talking style

  18. Soumyakanti Chakraborty says

    Try out Tamil meat dishes.

  19. Aninda Chatterji says

    Awesome Kerela….. Awesome Chennai…..
    Awesome video……
    Love from all Hindustani community…..

  20. nagabhushan Dola says

    he is not explained kunkuma exactly

  21. Mojjo M says

    She does not know Indonesia was Indian terrorities from centuries as extended part of Hindus even rivers cities like Bali, Sumatra etc were based on Ramayana but islam invasion has its charm wherever they go!

  22. nishant ojha says

    indonesia is our kin/bother/sister

  23. Amutha m says

    Sri vaikunta perumal koil, orikai and varadarajar temple in row!?

  24. ab202012 says

    Jai Ma. He probably took you to visit SriSri MahaSwamigal's yet unfinished memorial temple? Very fortunate for you both. But please do not use manufactured bindis, if you can help it. The reasons are many and complex. Using natural kumkum and ghee would be far better if you can get used to the custom. Just as a Briton or New Zealander would scoff at margarine when the best quality cultured farm butter was available, likewise manufactured bindi with gelatine and other noxious materials have a negative effect when placed in the center between your eyes. It is not a decorative object.

    The female form is a sacred yantra, to be worshipped at all times, to be held sacred and kept uppermost in the awareness, bodhi, not mere intellect, buddhi. Your body is the living Holy Sri Yantra. The Star of David will schematically show you some of the issues. The upward rising triangle touches the point between your eyes, eyebrows. Namaskar.

  25. Sujit Ind says

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmyZlsaS1_Y
    muslim (channel admin) help out muslim (bangladeshi)
    BANGLADESHI PEOPLE SALE THEIR COUNTRY TO CHINA on behalf of Poor Development HA HA HA
    THIS IS BIG INSTANCE
    BANGLADESHI WANT TO CAPTURE KOLKATA & WEST BENGAL BECOZ THEY WANT TO CAPTURE INDIA (HINDU COUNTRY) ON BEHALF OF BENGALI LANGUAGE , THAT'S WHY THEY MAKE DIRTY DEAL WITH WEST BENGAL CHIEF MINISTER

  26. Sujit Ind says

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmyZlsaS1_Y
    muslim (channel admin) help out muslim (bangladeshi)
    BANGLADESHI PEOPLE SALE THEIR COUNTRY TO CHINA on behalf of Poor Development HA HA HA
    THIS IS BIG INSTANCE
    BANGLADESHI WANT TO CAPTURE KOLKATA & WEST BENGAL BECOZ THEY WANT TO CAPTURE INDIA (HINDU COUNTRY) ON BEHALF OF BENGALI LANGUAGE , THAT'S WHY THEY MAKE DIRTY DEAL WITH WEST BENGAL CHIEF MINISTER

  27. abhineet gupta says

    dont zoom in there, wtf

  28. Noel Raymond says

    I like your videos. Thank you for all the effort you take to visit Indian cities… I hope you enjoy and stay safe with that pretty face… You take, ill be following your videos…

  29. sudhanya debnath says

    what is your height?

  30. Rancho Ranger says

    It is not Palm trees.. It is coconut trees

  31. gautam totekar says

    India n Indonesia had lot of maritime trade in the old days

  32. Sripal TAD says

    I live in Kanchipuram. It's my native

  33. Ujjawal Kumar says

    That random guy's heart will break seeing video title … haha

  34. Vicky D.Y says

    What ??? 7:20
    Dude Any Tamil person can read most of those Tamil Letters just some are Old Letters !

  35. Thamarai Kannan says

    indonesia and tamilnadu has similar rice field coz our kings start paddy cultivation in indonesia after conquired . rice name comes from arisi..

  36. Ashutosh Pandey says

    India and Indonesia were part of same large cultural landscape. Our mythology were same.. you see same Hindu mythology related temples etc there. Their national air carrier is called Garuda airway.. Thankfully in Islamization all of that was not destroyed.

  37. Puneet kumar singh says

    Are you vegetarian?

  38. Abungo Thokchom says

    You should have gone to at least one of the North East states.

  39. Rajender Rajender says

    Come again to my state tamil

  40. Jeelani Wali says

    in India they eat like animals… what an ass hole country

  41. Dana Sutton says

    Diabetes is caused by eating animal fat not sugar.

  42. BEING SMART says

    I love you and your videos. .

  43. Prashant Patil says

    You got best guide

  44. Neeraj Kumar says

    A bindi (Hindi: เคฌเคฟเค‚เคฆเฅ€, from Sanskrit bindu, meaning "point, drop, dot or small particle") is a colored dot worn on the centre of the forehead, commonly by Hindu and Jain women. The word bindu dates back to the hymn of creation known as Nasadiya Sukta in the Rigveda.[1] Bindu is considered the point at which creation begins and may become unity. It is also described as "the sacred symbol of the cosmos in its unmanifested state".[2][3] A bindi is a bright dot of some colour applied in the centre of the forehead close to the eyebrows worn in the South Asia (particularly amongst Hindus in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka)[2] and Southeast Asia among Bali and Javanese Hindus and ethnic overseas Indian Hindus. A similar marking is also worn by babies and children in China and, like in South and Southeast Asia, represents the opening of the third eye.[4] Bindi in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism is associated with ajna chakra, and Bindu[5] is known as the third eye chakra. Bindu is the point or dot around which the mandala is created, representing the universe.[3][6] The bindi has a historical and cultural presence in the region of Greater India.

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