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How To Get Around in India

India is big and there are many interesting ways to travel, most of which can't exactly be described as efficient or punctual. Plan a considerable amount of buffer time for any trip with a fixed date (e.g. your return flight) and try to remember that getting there should be...

Visa & Passport Requirements for India

The rules and validity of the visa vary according to nationality. Check the website of the Indian embassy, consulate or high commission in your country, which you can find on this list. Nationals of Nepal and Bhutan may enter India without a visa and live there indefinitely. Depending on the purpose...

Destinations in India

Regions in India India is administratively divided into 29 states and 7 union territories. The states are broadly demarcated along linguistic lines. They vary in size; the larger ones are bigger and more diverse than some countries in Europe. The union territories are smaller than the states - sometimes consisting...

Accommodation & Hotels in India

The choice varies greatly depending on your budget and location. Cheap travel hotels are plentiful in big cities, where you can get a room for less than ₹ 450. Rooms in guesthouses with a double bed (and often a bathroom) can be found in many tourist locations for ₹150-200....

Things To See in India

To see all the places worth seeing in India, even a 6-month visit is probably insufficient. There are more tourist destinations in India than can be mentioned in a full-length book, let alone in a summary. Almost every state in India has more than ten major tourist destinations, and...

Food & Drinks in India

Food in India Indian cuisine takes its place among the great cuisines of the world. Chances are you have tasted "Indian food" in your country, especially if you are a traveller from the West, but what India has exported abroad is only part of its extraordinary range of culinary diversity. Indian...

Money & Shopping in India

Money in India The currency in India is the Indian rupee (sign: ₹; code: INR) (रुपया - rupaya in Hindi and similarly named in most Indian languages, but taka in Maithili and Taakaain Bengali and Toka in Assamese). The rupee is divided into 100 paise. 5 rupees 75 paise would...

Things To Do in India

Fairs and festivals in India Goa Fair (Carnival). February heralds the carnival in Goa. The streets were buzzing with colour for 3 days and 3 nights. The week-long event, held in mid-February, is a time for lively parades, floats, guitar sounds, graceful dances and non-stop festivity. One of India's most...

Festivals & Events in India

There are three national holidays: Republic Day (26 January), Independence Day (15 August) and Gandhi Jayanti (2 October), which take place on the same day every year. There are also three major nationwide festivals with alternate dates to be observed: Diwali (Deepavali), Oct-Nov - The festival of lights celebrates the...

Traditions & Customs in India

Religion and rituals in India At the temples and mosques, you must take off your shoes.There are special areas where your footwear can be kept for a small fee or free of charge. It may also be customary to take off your shoes when entering houses, to follow the example...

Language & Phrasebook in India

There are 22 official languages in India at the federal level, which include: Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Dogri, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Malayalam, Manipuri , Marathi, Nepali, Odia ,Punjabi, Sanskrit, Santhali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. There are also hundreds of other, less prominent languages such as Tulu, Bhojpuri...

Internet & Communications in India

Phone in India The country code for India is 91. India is then divided into area codes known locally as STD codes. See individual city guides for area codes. In acronym-happy India, a phone box is known as a PCO (Public Call Office) and they usually offer STD/ISD (Subscriber Trunk Dialing/International...

Culture Of India

Indian cultural history spans more than 4,500 years. During the Vedic period (ca. 1700 - 500 BC), the foundations of Hindu philosophy, mythology, theology and literature were laid, and many beliefs and practices that still exist today, such as dhárma, kárma, yóga and mokṣa, were established. India is characterised...

History Of India

The first humans are thought to have migrated to the Indian subcontinent around 70,000 BC, and there are several archaeological sites for Stone Age India. One important one is in Mehrgarh (Pakistan), with the oldest known evidence of agriculture on the subcontinent, around 7000 BC. The Indus Valley Civilisation (3300-1300...

Stay Safe & Healthy in India

Stay safe in India As a rule, India is quite safe for foreigners, apart from cases of petty crime and theft, which occur in any developing country, as long as certain basic precautions are observed (e.g. female travellers should avoid travelling alone at night). You can check with your embassy...

Weather & Climate in India

The rain in India only falls at a certain period of the year. The season and the phenomenon that causes it is called monsoon. There are two, the southwest and the northeast, both named after the direction of the wind. The monsoon in the southwest is the most important...

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