English Wheel

Wheel :-

noun.

A solid disk or a rigid circular ring connected by spokes to a hub, designed to turn around an axle passed through the center.

But the Railway Police decided to take a dig on the Britishers who left India about 61 years ago and change the spelling at the Chennai Egmore Railway Station. That too not with just one spelling, but three (democracy nah!).

4 comments on “English Wheel”

  1. You confused me now. What is the “current” Chennaite spelling for weelar?

    Ram: We’ll all vote for the popular spelling than the correct one i guess

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  2. They kept trying the spelling. Lol! Cute! 🙂

    Ram: Do you want to add one more to the same? Feel free ….

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  3. Maybe they’ll get it right on their 4th try. One can hope.

    Ram: I really hope so ….

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