ঽঽౘౙ ఱశషఫ డఘఋ౮ ౯ేంొోౌ ౻షబఖ ఆఇఈ ఊఋ ఊఋలఁೲౡఫఠఅ ఐౌోసశఢ ౠౙ
ౠౙ ౸౹ఫడ ఋఊ ౠౖౣౕ౾
As "Yorkshire Pudding" attracts so many well-educated and well-travelled visitors, I am confident that most of you will have already translated the joke from Telugu. You are probably in stitches!
Incidentally, to my amazement, Mrs Pudding said she had never even heard of the Telugu language. Incredible!
Just in case there are others out there who are unfamiliar with Telugu, it is of course spoken widely in the eastern Indian province of Andhra Pradesh. In fact, it is the first language of over 75 million Indian citizens. It belongs to the Dravidian family of languages and can be traced back to 400 B.C..
Confession - I was just exploring the "Insert Special Characters" facility on the Blogger composition page where for example you can also find
(North American Cherokee Letters)
Question What is the woman in the cartoon at the top saying to her husband?