India is diverse with many experiences in store for the travelers.
Try to take less clothes, because it’s almost impossible to skip shopping in India. There will be many things you would like to buy.
India is a conservative country that has some reservations about showing emotions in public. It’s mostly about couples. Don’t mix it up with friendship.
Media publishes content that provokes interest and some emotional reaction. This fact has made India famous for poverty, poor attitude towards women etc.
Try to accept the cultural specifics in India without comparing with the reality or background you come from. There will be certain things that will happen and certain things that will not.
Everyone does it and you should not be an exception. Pricing is generally higher for foreigners since there is a misconception among sellers in India that tourists are rich.
Two days in the holy city of Varanasi are a must for any Indian neophyte, but we wouldn't suggest staying
much longer - its gaggle of ash-covered holy men, bodies burning on the shores of the Ganges etc.
The home of yoga and where The Beatles found enlightenment, Rishikesh is a spiritual wonderland full of ashrams,
holy men and schools teaching every esoteric art from palm reading to tarot.
Tea is the order of the day at this peaceful Himalayan hill town. Well, that and Tibetan Buddhist monasteries
and the UNESCO heritage-listed toy train that takes visitors chugging through the mountains.
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