Originally Posted by wellju
2011 unarguably was the most important year in the long and splendid history of this very colorful country of yours.
The Buddh International Circuit was finally finished.
200.000 people got to witness the glory of the Red Bull Racing Team around this amazing 5.14km circuit. First ever Formula1 race in India.
How did this very day influence your life in the long run?
Not an F1 fan.. so according to me other than putting ourselves on the F1 map, we will benefit from the tourism that comes along with it... personally it does not make a difference to me... and I dont understand whats the point of going and watching it at the circuit... you can just see cars whizzing past every 5 mins or something, unless you are at monaco and have one of those balcony rooms in your hotel with the overview of the whole circuit... otherwise much better on the Tele imo...
Originally Posted by Bernie Lingo
Murg Murntaz Begum is what they call Butter Chiicken in the restaurant that i go to...what do you call it in your native language?
we call it butter chicken too.. but the actual way to say it is Murgh Makhani ( murgh means chicken and makhani means buttery) ... this is a dish from the times of the Mughal Empire, who ruled India for about 300 years... Shah Jahan was the most beloved of their rulers, and his wife's name was Mumtaz Begum.. I think thats why your restaurant has named it that...