This is a post dedicated to Nagashantini and PreetiMc.
This blog is my personal writing basing on who I am in real life. I can always leave out vulgarities, but then on-wards the originality will not be there. So , please do not persuade me to avoid it. Let my sin accumulate with me, if you do have concern, show it to the Sai Fund instead. If I’m furious, then you will see something like below.This is a targeted post, not for general clubbers.
I’ve been having countless useless online arguments lately, triggered by many online Indian cultural upholders. The argument revolved around a video clip which had been making rounds lately, and which I’ve seen like months back. So, I viewed the clip.
It features one Indian Macha, dancing in what I will call a Macha dance. It is quite popular among young boys nowadays, and I do not find it offensive at all.
And suddenly I see people are rushing in to condemn and criticize this guy for dancing in the streets. It seems this is against our culture. How can dancing on the street be against our culture?
What is our culture really?
1. Hundreds of Indian girls are dancing half naked in clubs with guys rubbing their dick behind their ass. Is this our culture then?
2. Thousands of people are invoking fake spirits in their body in the name of God and dancing their way through the streets during Thaipusam each year. Is this our culture then?
3. Hundreds of people dance in front of our so called ‘Hindu’ Gods in any temple festivals, is this our culture then?
4. Thousands of girls are posing with mukka trousers and kangkang pose in Facebook. Is this our culture then?
5. Or look at the below clip, is this our culture then?
(Here onwards I’m referring to the first clip)
There is no true rule book for culture. It’s ever evolving.
Dancing in festivals is not WRONG, unless you’re intoxicated. The above Macha(first clip) who is dancing is not under influence because he is part of the Urumee group, and it’s a rule not to drink when you’re playing Urumee instruments.
When I travelled Europe, in cities like Barcelona, Rome, London and Paris, people literally dance on the streets to make a living. I’m not saying that the guy above was right, but there is no way you can call what he did was wrong. When white guys do it on the street, you throw in money to support them; but when this guys does it, you look with disgust.
The above clip I believe was taken during a temple festival.
What are festivals for? Participants should embark on a journey of joy and be merry. If you want to dance, then so be it. If you want to sing, then so be it. It’s a festival; you should be in a celebration mood. In India, from death to birth, everything is accompanied by dance and music. So, where did we borrow our culture from?
Some of these guys come from estates or poor families. The only entertainment or place for them to grab some attention is through things like this. So let them have some fun. Don’t push them too hard, give them some breathing space. I’ve danced in streets, festivals, birthday parties and other occasions; I’m doing just fine. You certainly can’t fucking call me pariah, because you know I will fuck you up back. Just because this Machas are defenseless, you throw in words from their parent’s upbringing right up to their caste.
I saw another video a few months back where one Indian girl was dancing in the streets, by invitation of a local radio station road cruiser. There was absolutely nothing wrong with the way the girl had danced, and it was Bharatanatyam that she danced. Yet, I see so many people putting negative remarks on that poor girl.
Tell me what obscene things you can see or how our Indian culture is getting devalued because of the above dance?
On another note, I’ve started a charity run for a poor girl below. Please donate and help this poverty-stricken Indian girl. My guess is her Facebook name might be Pinkylicious Princess A/P Andiappan.
Ennah ore santhosem….Appen manem kathele parekethe
There is absolutely nothing wrong dancing in the streets, and dancing in the streets does not and will not contribute to social ills. It is the mentality of the people who oppress and put on negative remarks on this young Machas that will ultimately put them in the path of crime.
Enada culture punde? All your culture pundes are being ripped apart in Indian clubs all over Malaysia. Curb and do something about that first, instead of charging these boys and girls with the offence of humiliating our culture.
When rich Indian girls dance on stage in college, all this assholes will literally drop their jaw and look straight onto those bouncing boobs. When this poor Machas who has got no place for entertainment have some fun, you fuck them up. Mutta pundenggela.
When you watched the clip, I’m sure you had a good laugh. He not only enjoyed himself, he amused people who watched him too. That is precisely what everyone SHOULD do, to be happy and make others happy, no matter what measure it takes.
What is the ultimate purpose of life? To be happy and make others around you happy, and I trust my Machas and Machis will do it better than all those sluts dancing in clubs. Period.