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Top Reasons People Travel To India

Thousands of western people visit India each and every year. It’s one of the most exciting and culturally diverse nations in the world. It’s also one of the poorest, but that doesn’t stop the local people from welcoming everyone who comes to see their country. Today, I’m going to spend some time highlighting why so many people choose to travel to the Punjab, and what keeps them coming back for more. After visiting a couple of times myself, it’s obvious to see why the tourist industry is booming. It’s also easy to understand why so many people choose to emigrate in later life.

The Food

Indian food contains some of the most popular dishes on the entire planet. Indeed, people in western countries tend to eat it from their local takeaway every week. However, consuming authentic Indian cuisine is a life-changing experience. Considering those people don’t have a lot of money, and ingredients are in short supply, they make the tastiest dishes imaginable. Street vendors are everywhere, but there are many restaurants travellers frequent during their stay.

The Culture

Indian culture is complex, vibrant, and warm. Most of the people living in this country subscribe to religions outside of the western norm. Estimations suggest almost 80% of the people consider themselves to be Hindu. Only 2.3% of the population follow Christianity, and that’s why there’s such a noticeable difference.  Also, the lifestyle is more laid back, and people tend to have more free time on their hands. That allows greater freedom for creativity, and it explains why the art and architecture will blow you away.

The property market

As I mentioned only a moment ago, some people come to India and never go home. That is because of the availability of affordable accommodation. There are many smart cities in India where people can purchase apartments and houses without breaking the bank. In most instances, those areas are more advanced than standard towns where most natives live. They tend to benefit from full WiFi connections and a whole array of different technologies. Some people even decide to purchase land and build if they have enough money. Best of all? The process of buying a dwelling is much simpler than you might expect. The Indian government encourage foreign nationals to emigrate, and they work to make it as comfortable as possible.


The sights and monuments

India is such a vast country that it’s difficult to see everything in a single trip. That helps to keep people coming back year after year. Some of the most iconic monuments in the world are located within her borders. Almost every traveller will visit the Taj Mahal at some point, and the Harmandir Sahib is also an essential stop. The country also plays host to some of the world’s most endangered wildlife. Visitors can spend time appreciating native tigers and other animals at dedicated reserves.

Now you know why people travel to India, I hope you will plan a visit in the next couple of years. Airline tickets are the biggest cost you face in most circumstances. It’s possible to find hotels and buy train tickets for little expense if you make all the arrangements after you have arrived. Just make sure you perform more research and plan your itinerary before you leave home for the best results.

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