The modern India hasn’t changed much from before a decade. Abundant IT job opportunities, growth of IT companies and high-rise buildings, transformation of Western culture by outlook are a few that has changed for now.
The incredible India has a lot more to preserve than changing to the modernity and modernity what is being understood here is transforming towards Western culture. This country is known for its culture, tradition and spiritual aspects. Travelling across this beautiful country will give you a lot of ‘different’ experiences from the rest of the world.
Very prominent destinations that attract tourists mostly are Goa for beaches, Kerala for natural beauty, Entire North India for Historical landmarks, Mumbai for Western chill-out, Bangalore for IT admiration, Tamil Nadu for Temple visits and many more places with diversified cultures and specialties. All of these states and cities having every other things but pointed out here are the majority that the city holds its fame for.
India as a multi-cultured society holds the world’s culture within its land. When you travel across India, one can find the Western spice in the Metros and Africa’s in the countryside.
Do I have any safety advice while visiting India? Yes, why not. This is not a warning but a safety advice to keep your India trip cool and enjoyable. Any multi-cultured society is challenging to face and socialize with though there are a lot of significant involvements to learn. Especially in Incredible India, it is all about people than places that attracts you. When a set of people, society or cultured-people is of your attraction then you need to be with open arms to learn more about other sectors too instead of blindly having a decision by yourself about their culture and behaviour.
Traveling on holidays is blissful, especially when you are of your own bringing you thrilling moments. In case, if you willing to opt for a travelling agent or a guide, it is of your own choice. Whatsoever, when you are alone, do take the tips from your well-trusted people for timings and limitations of visiting places nearby your stay.
On a whole, there is no any peculiar warning but for your safety to enjoy the cultures and traditions of India, keep in mind that you are travelling in a multicultured society.