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Why Do Indian Body Guards Wear Black Suits?

By on Apr 14, 2012 | 4 comments

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Copying is an art and is only useful when copying is done with application of some common sense. But looks like we have been designed to copy mindlessly and a perfect example of this copying is the black suits Indian body guards wear. First, I understand and acknowledge that black suit + black goggles combo helps in creating an impression of ‘power’ and ‘special’. I’m also sure that this attire has been copied from the the West where India’s minimum temperatures are their maximum and a black suit is perfect in colder environments.

Indian Body Guards

Indian Body Guards Wearing Suit and Black Goggles

I was watching a Rahul Gandhi speech and noticed that while the temperatures were around 35-40 degrees; Rahul Gandhi’s body guards were wearing black suits! How idiotic! Why couldn’t they just wear a simple formal shirt or say an Indian Kurta?

Do you have an answer?



4 Comments

  1. Jhonny Questh

    April 18, 2012

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    You think that is funny? Come to the middle east where the summer temperatures soar to over 50 and you will still find indian men wearing suits and ties and running around in the hot sun acting busy. They love aping the west but are supposedly very patriotic. Hell you can even find chinese restaurants without even a single chinese cook, all indians cooking chinese and passing some food as chinese cuisine. Hinduism I believe is the art of copying everything good in the world and passing it off as their own. 

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