You call it madness, but I call it love-Don Byas

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Writing on the ‘note’

My paradise is you!

“Don’t be afraid to express love to those who you love.

Because sometimes loving is not enough.

We have to express it”

Anurag Prakash Ray 

What a ‘Silent’ way to express one’s love!

As seen in the above photographs, the persons have silently expressed their love by writing on the currency notes.

Looks like they wanted the entire country to know the intensity of their love since the currency gets circulated throughout the country.

It is a distasteful & Disgusting practice being practised over the generations.

Not many are aware that it is punishable under the law (Reserve Bank of India guidelines)

The scribbles on the notes range from names or phone numbers to love letters to ‘praise the lord’ to drawings.

Some  of these drawings can be offensive and mostly one comes across ‘Love expressions’

It looks like this practice is seen only in  Indian Subcontinent countries. I don’t know how this dirty habit evolved.

How do you classify this behaviour?

You call this Childish/strange/fanatic/disgusting/lovely/uncultured/dirty…

This practice I have not seen in Western countries.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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This post is part of John.S’s Cellpic Sunday

7 thoughts on “You call it madness, but I call it love-Don Byas

  1. This post reminds me of the Canadian $5 bill with the image of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, a former Canadian Prime Minister.
    Canadians draw a bowl hairstyle on his head, upturned eyebrows, long pointed sideburns and pointed ears to make him look like Leonard Nemoy’s portrayal of Star Trek’s Lt Commander Spock of Star Trek fame.

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