We have all those few great Bollywood and Hollywood movies depicting India as it is – Dirty, weird, smelly AF with all that culture and curry. How can someone really live in this country amid all this so called ‘Filth’. Go an take a look below and tell me how could I go wrong.
To Start With…..
Now the beaches to spoil your day….
And here comes the Desert to haunt you….
Eyes are hurting…Why it has to be so Green?
Living Bridges….as if it is a Big Deal
How can playing with Colors ever be fun…..
And when you thought it can not get any worse….
Need Help…..this is not getting better
Too much for Diversity…
I agree that India is not a perfect country but as it was said in an Indian movie ‘No country is perfect, you have to make it perfect‘. Every country has its own share of internal and external conflicts. This post is a result of a few articles and movies that I came across, which were hell bent on criticizing the shortcomings in India.
Traveling in India is a real test of character, not only for travelers from outside India but also for the locals. The culture, food, language, landscapes, fashion change drastically as you travel from one state to another. Even we Indians find it difficult to adjust to the change. Sometimes traveling across states makes you feel like you are traveling to another country; such is the diversity of India. But the stereotypes never seem to end. One thing I can assure is that India will offer you the good and bad experiences you need to evolve as a human.
Overwhelming and impressing travelers around the globe, the love-hate relationship with Incredible India continues…..
(Introducing my first collab post titled ‘Indian Diaries : The Agony and The Ecstasy’. It will be featuring stories of travelers who have traveled across India, describing their love-hate relationship with the country. The first set of stories will be published next weekend. Anybody who would love to contribute can leave their email IDs in the comments or contact me at email@example.com for more details.)
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