The Vehicular Signs Project

by Vinaya HS on July 1, 2005

in The Bangalore Blog

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In India, vehicle owners have a weird habit of painting weirder messages on the back of the vehicle. The “Vehicular Signs Project” is dedicated to bringing these out-of-the-world messages into this world and where possible with photographic evidence.

Thanks to Goutham S. Mohan, my colleague, the brains behind this project and spotter for the first posting below.

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Vinod Krishna Bhat July 4, 2005 at 3:05 PM

:-)

Have seen many of them myself too…but what I find weird is that most of the ones in Kannada are against “hudugi” in general. “preetiya huduga mosada hudugi” etc. crude translation – “lover boy – deceitful girl”

My theory to explain – They all are probably from the times of Upendra’s initial films based mainly on such topics……

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