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Information for first timers: Things I wish I’d known before traveling to India
Are you planning to explore India for vacation? India is a one
of the best tourist friendly destination with people whose culture teaches them
that travelers are equal to God. The young lady wearing a Copenhagen travel
agent's badge sat, quiet and alone, on a bench in the gardens of the Taj Mahal
in Agra — and a single tear ran down her face. "Are you all right?" I
asked her, "Is there anything wrong?" She looked at me as if coming
out of a dream and replied: "No, I am fine... It's just this place. I have
read so much about it and yet no one had told me how fantastically beautiful it
is. I can't get over it..." I have t sympathy for her. I have seen the Taj
many times myself and t it has never failed to move me.
Going to India is like that — not so much a journey as an r
experience. I am convinced that the world of tourism is I divided into two —
those who have been to India and can't c wait to get back, and those who have
never been and would t not dream of going. Size, diversity, beauty, the almost
r careless flowering of countless cultures make any visit to t India a kind of
continuous cinerama which leaves you c speechless, and everything appears to
contribute to your N confusion. Take size for instance.
It is more than 3,200 kilometers from the snows of Kashmir
to the southerly shores c of Cape Comorin and more than 2,800 kilometers from
sun- t baked Gujarat to steamy Bengal where lancers and tiger’s s used to roam.
In between live more than 700 million in dians, speaking 14 major languages —
some more wide-spread than European tongues — and more than 250 dialects. Some
Indians are a rich mahogany colour, others t are as fair as Western Europeans.
A few are rich and powerful, most are poor but the land, and is so fertile that
its wealth consistently defies the birthrate. India produces everything b from
cashew nuts to railway engines and nuclear energy and when India's star was raising
most Europeans still lived in caves.
Travelers as expected often shun guided tours that holiday standard destinations and tourist attractions. The best thing is that practical tourism is rising in India, and there are number of perceptive immersive tour and holiday packages that you can take to gain knowledge of about India's culture and religion.
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