Indian

@booise (14)
United States
March 3, 2007 3:20pm CST
Just wondering, are you Indian?
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8 responses
• India
4 Mar 07
yes, i am an Indian & i am proud of it. I hope you are an Indian too. now i just dont want to make my response "one liner". thats why i am writing more than necessary...lol. if u r aware, we don't get paid for short responses. best of luck!
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@gasmas100 (588)
• India
8 Jun 07
yet I am mate, u guessed it right..Im Indian, Main Hindustani hoon.
@binny29 (1527)
• India
8 Jun 07
yes i m an indian and whts ur nationality
@vivek2006 (1419)
• India
5 Mar 07
I'm an Indian and looks by your topic that you are an Indian too. So are you new here on mylot so if you are looking to make friends on mylot just count me in too. Its good to find people from the same country at a global meet place like mylot. Its nice to see your discussions, keep going well on mylot.
• India
5 Mar 07
yess.i'm from india.i proud to be indian .nice to meet to u here i hope u r also from indian and i'm very happy to find indians here i wish all the best to ur future and also answering mylot discussions .i think ur new to this anyway i'm happy to find indians here.bye
@raydene (9875)
• United States
5 Mar 07
Yes I have some souix blood.Actually Hunk Papa.My grandfather 8 generations back was a cavalry officer sent to Canada to bring a band of hunk papa indians back to the states to the reservation when they would loose their pride,culture,and have to give up their children to be educated the white ways.While traveling with the band he found an indian gal that he couldn't forget.After finishing his tour of duty he returned to ask for this wonderful girl.He married her .Her name was wildflower but most people called her Lily.He brought her back to ny where 2 of their children was born then they returned to Canada where more indian blood of other tribes became part of my ancestry.They settled up along the St Lawerence.Generations later my parent's,parents moved to NY and became Americans around.I probably have more indian blood then white but our family has always been considered white.I was in my teens before I even knew I had any indian ancesters.I'm still researching but I do know I am related to a great native american man who is well known and did alot for the people.
@RealBored (125)
• United States
4 Mar 07
I'm not Indian but I wish I was.
@puisha (135)
• India
4 Mar 07
Yes I am a Proud Indian.I love my INDIA.THANKS to the person above for sharing such useful information that we dont get paid for short responses if its true.