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Onake Obavva was the wife of a (lazy) guard in the fort town of Chitradurga during a rough patch of history.  When a warlord decided to invade, he found there was only one way in: a small crack that would allow only one man through at a time.  A good plan...until the guard's wife saw what they were up to. Okane grabbed a heavy pestle and proceeded to bash in the head of each invader as he appeared.  She had an impressive pile of corpses built up by the time her husband came back from lunch.

When enemies invaded her town while her husband was on lunch break, she grabbed a nearby pestle and saved the day by achieving the high score in soldier whack-a-mole.

Onake Obavva was the wife of a (lazy) guard in the fort town of Chitradurga during a rough patch of history.  When a warlord decided to invade, he found there was only one way in: a small crack that would allow only one man through at a time.  A good plan...until the guard's wife saw what they were up to. Okane grabbed a heavy pestle and proceeded to bash in the head of each invader as he appeared.  She had an impressive pile of corpses built up by the time her husband came back from lunch.

When enemies invaded her town while her husband was on lunch break, she grabbed a nearby pestle and saved the day by achieving the high score in soldier whack-a-mole.

เล่าเรื่องจากภาพดาราอินเดียและคนอินเดียนัยตาสี Heterochromia สีตาที่แปลกที่สุดในโลก - Pantip

Like Krishna, this woman is blue black — the blackest blue. Her name is Kushite and she’s an Indian Beggar in Mumbai, South India. She is subject to extensive prejudice cause of her dark blue skin! She is Dravidian — The ancient “blue race” of India.

Nirupama Dutt, born in 1955, is an Indian poet, journalist and translator.[1] She writes poems in Punjabi, and sometimes translates them in English.  A senior journalist with thirty years of experience, she has worked with leading Indian newspapers and journals. She has published one volume of poems – Ik Nadi Sanwali Jahi (A Stream Somewhat Dark) – for which she was awarded the Delhi Punjabi Akademi Award in 2000. She is also know to work on the book "Half the Sky".

Nirupama Dutt, born in 1955, is an Indian poet, journalist and translator.[1] She writes poems in Punjabi, and sometimes translates them in English. A senior journalist with thirty years of experience, she has worked with leading Indian newspapers and journals. She has published one volume of poems – Ik Nadi Sanwali Jahi (A Stream Somewhat Dark) – for which she was awarded the Delhi Punjabi Akademi Award in 2000. She is also know to work on the book "Half the Sky".

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