How was India ? The answers are either “Loved it !” or “Hated it !”
Before you visit India you may have heard the same thing over and over again the people love it or hate it!” The cultural experience is unique and unbelievable. Here, I made a list of typical Indian behavior / culture to prepare yourself.
24. India has a very small population
23. Everything always runs very smooth
22. Train tickets are very easy to get, especially if you need one last minute
21. In India it’s spotless clean everywhere you look
20. they are used to tourists, never stare at you and never want to take pictures with you
19. they don’t like sharing food with others
18. they are always in a rush and stressed
17. they hate cricket
16. they drink water from the bottle and never share it
15. men don’t like wearing a shirt
14. everything you buy at the street vendors is super fresh and never expired – so don’t worry
13. they are all very selfish and never help each other out
12. they all love dogs and use it as a pet
11. their pantomime is easy to understand when asking them a question (3 different head movements, so try to learn them:
- 1 head shake to the left means okay
- 2 head shakes mean i don’t agree but okay
- 3 head movements means I’m not agreeing or sure yet)
10. they all got good manners and would never piss or shit on the street
9. they kill cows and eat them
8. they all work out, big times – very big guys
7. they don’t have family all around the world
6. man and women never stop flirting and making out in public
5. very calm and safe driving skills, no need for using the horn
4. they had never been involved into women rape (don’t worry girls with blond hair and blue eyes) – never
3. therefore very easy for girls to travel solo
2. they never watch a film at the cinemas
Number 1 fact they absolutely hate Chai !
I TRAVEL FOREVER’s VIEW & RECOMMENDATION
These are facts based on my experience hanging out with locals or by observation ! Those facts are obviously a very big sarcasm of me, I hope you enjoyed reading them with a smile on your face knowing that it has the opposite meaning of what I wrote.
I love India and can’t wait to go back to see more about the country and learn more about the different cultures. The culture changes on almost every corner – literally with different food traditions and languages. Enjoy !