I was born in India. As with most Indians, I'm purely Indian, but I guess you can argue that I'm actually 75% Indian, and 25% Pakistani. When India and Pakistan were still one, United India, my grandmother from my father's side was born in the now Pakistan part of United India. After the Partition, when the countries split, my grandmother moved to present day India. Yeah. That's it. When I was 4, I moved to Canada with my family, and there's where I am now.
You guys are so much more interesting
I disagree. You were born in the culture, and experienced it at a young age. Your family is comprised of first generation Canadians, and most likely still practice some traditions, yes? I find that so much more interesting than most of our answers. Half of us are American-born, third or fourth generation with no real sense of our culture from the homeland. I didn't understand my Italian background until about six months ago, when I started taking an active interest in it. Until then, the only Italian tradition I was exposed to was the Feast of Seven Fishes, though I'm the only one in the family that knows the name of it.
Indian/Pakistani culture is honestly really cool. I don't know as much as I'd like to, but I think it's really interesting that you actually come from India.
Don't sell yourself so short! We're just a pack of European mutts around here. You were actually born in your homeland.