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Room for youngsters ?

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Hello everybody,
This forum is really informative. Many senior members providinglots of information and guidance where really amazing, But I wonder I couldn’tfind more youngsters here ? :pray:

Thanks for calling us old, LOL.:clock:

How do you know youngsters are not here? Have you seen the profile of Mr. C. Ravi, or Siva, Praveen and many more.
Thanks for calling us old, LOL.:clock:

How do you know youngsters are not here? Have you seen the profile of Mr. C. Ravi, or Siva, Praveen and many more.
The oldies are youngest in mind and action. I doubt internet can separate young from the old or old from the young.
Hello sriram ,good you joined our forum & nice you feel it informative ,but what made you to feel so . ,what you intend to say as youngsters by age ,attitude experience?? what else .age does not matter at all when you have a healthy way of thinking ,attitude ,you can see our VETERAN Bhramayan sir ,V.R mam ,R.R MAM and so on, a few to say . you see the bubbly attitude ,informative ,notorious comments etc. what do you say if people in their mid -30 to 55 ,either young or oldies, if feel many fit into this class .so you want members to enter their age for friendship is it , let we think about it.No one oppose for your feel & doubt. lets see.
Might be Shri Sriram venkatraman is pointing out the absence of participants from the age group 15-25/30??
There are many youngsters in the forum. But due to life's demand they are unable to participate as much as they like. But they still come here and read the many informative posts being posted.

Dear all; my intension is to know the participation of thisgeneration Brahmins in this forum. Ijust want share the thoughts and stuffs in this present era where most of us livingin abroad or out of tamil nadu. I agree that senior member’s attitude seemslike youngsters. But youngsters can’t share something to eldersbecause of the generation gap.
Prasad sir I am not pointing out any one as old and I mentionedthat youngster’s participation is very less. Thanks to Shri ravi sir & naryani mam forbetter understanding. And I agree with Praveen.
Can u point out the things which "Youngsters" are having which "Old" does not understand.... By the way what is the cut off age for "young" :cool:
Dear Sri Sriram,

Welcome to Tamil Brahmins Forum. This is a wonderful platform to discuss many subjects relating to life. The owner and moderators have given freedom to the participants to express their views freely without inhibitions. Of course within certain limits of decency. As Dr. Narayani has expressed rightly "age does not matter" for healthy discussions. As my friend Mr."Prasad" has said, you will find quite a number of youngsters participating in threads of different hues. I have never come across "seniors" or "juniors" in discussions in the forum. All of us are given the space to discuss at equal level as in a "Samvada". There is plenty of room to youngsters.
Hope to see your posts in many threads soon,

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according to him ...youngesters mean teen agers....between 13 to 19....may be very little teenagers are here....hehe...physically
may be little old....but mentally still teenager......
I suggest you start a new thread with some issue that is on your mind and let us see what responses you get and how they jibe with yours. Even senior members may agree with your own ideas. Perhaps some youngsters in your age group too may respond. It is worth a try.
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