Travelling Plans to India – Why it Interests Me so much!

From what I believe, there is a wanderlust that resides in me! Though, for the better part of the year I’m rather occupied in earning my bread and saving for those sojourns to the various parts of the world, that I constantly itch for! However, at the end of it all, I am but a traveller by nature, and an avid one at that! Now coming to the topic in discussion - India! The great, grand, marvellous land of India which evolves from many a mythical stories, a land which has survived hundreds of colonial, economic and natural turmoil, and still came out stronger, every single time! At least that’s what I’ve heard and deduced from the many stories and even anecdotes that revolve around this nation! While I’ve been planning a visit to India since long, I’ve almost always not been able to make it there. However, the intriguing nature and culture of this country has kept my mind occupied, my curiosity to know more has only be fuelled further through various online blogs and my fellow friends! Both of these sources have managed to give me just more than a sneak-peek into this mystical land! If this travel destination caters to the wanderlust in you too, the go ahead give this blog a brief read, and I’m sure you’ll come to like this land even more! First, let’s touch the subject that’s probably the closest to every Indian’s heart. Yes, I’m talking about ethics and morals. Indians are typically extremely social in nature and hence rather courteous. They’ve morals deep rooted in their value system, and hence qualities like honesty, tolerance towards others, and warmth in reception, friendliness, and hospitality come naturally to them. In fact, as many of us already know, many Indians go by the motto of “Athithi Devo Bhava”. However, one of my friends did find it all a tad overwhelming, but for the time being I’ll let my benefit of doubt prevail over his experience. That being said, like any other country even India might have certain people who might not behave well, mostly [...]