From the article: 10 Reasons to Visit India
India is a diverse country and attracts different people for different reasons. Share what you find interesting about India here and read what others think. Share Your Reasons
North East too good
- Visit places like Kaziranga(Assam) in November; Rumtek and Namchi (Sikkim), Itanagar(Arunachal), Cherrapunjee(Meghalaya) Truly paradise unexplored but i don't know why tourists don't go there? :(
- —Guest RB
It has everything
- India is one of the few countries that offers everything. Snow, beaches, desert, forest, big cities, small villages, traffic, empty roads and food! Am checking videos of Indian destinations at www.youseeindia.com Cheers!
- —Guest Jay
INIDA IS NOT A POOR COUNTRY!
- Ummm Sharell Cook are you dumb? What part of India have you been to? What you mean "Visiting India will help their economy". I went to India for vacation reasons and I am from Canada and I never saw any slums. Infact I have seen more slums in CANADA alone!!!!! Everyone says India is poor and stuff, but it is a very rich and old country. It has the oldest religion. Also the economy in India is far better than America and Canada. Are you aware of the recession going on currently? Do you look around????? So many jobs are dropping and the suicide rate has gone up because of so many lives being ruined! But obviously you are too busy helping the imaginary "Starving" children of India. You should start at home first. Thank xoxx Answer: Hi Hailey, yes, there is a huge amount of money amongst the small proportion of the population that are wealthy Indians but that's where the money remains, with the rich and within the government. There is huge disparity between rich and poor in India, if you take the time to explore and notice. In regards to helping the economy, I am referring to the many people in the tourism industry in India who rely on income from tourism to survive. If you wish to comment further please be polite about it. Thanks.
- —Guest Hailey Wellington
WHY I GO
- i GO TO VISIT THE SLUM AREAS AND HAVE BEEN IN AMRITSAR IN THE PUNJAB, TO VERY REMOTE SLUM AREAS THERE , TO CHANDIGARH, DELHI, HYDERABAD AND TO TENALI IN AP AS WELL AS ORISSA. I HAVE APPLIED FOR A GRANT TO OPEN A SCHOOL IN A SLUM AREA IN AP..... I VISIT ORPHANAGES AND SCHOOLS TO SEE HOW WE CAN HELP BETTER LIVES WITH IMPROVED EDUCATION... I LOVE SIMLA AND AGRA.... I HAVE MANY WONDERFUL FRIENDS I CALL FAMILY AND HOPE TO BE ABLE TO LIVE THERE 6 MONTHS OF THE YEAR SOME DAY.
- —Guest TRICIA
Why I want to visit India
- I want to visit this amazing Country to experience something out of this world. I hope to share some Community Arts and Arts Appreciation with Womens Groups and Young People within Communities. I am a Youth Arts Worker in Ireland and I would really love to one day open a Community Arts Center in Nepal. On a very personal level, I want to visit India to explore gratitude and self love.
i wnat to visit india
- Hi. Friends india is increadible. So much to see. So much to explore... Really enjoyble... The most intresting places are Rajasthan,Himachal,and west bengal.....
- —Guest Lupees
yoga teacher training in india
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