This week's book giveaway is in the Mac OS forum. We're giving away four copies of a choice of "Take Control of Upgrading to Yosemite" or "Take Control of Automating Your Mac" and have Joe Kissell on-line! See this thread for details.
1) To learn how to corrupt your nation (in other words) How ministers loot the tax payers money. Only an Indian can break the corruption records of another person.
2) How to pollute one's nation.
3) How to ensure that there isn't a day when no woman is molested / raped / killed.
4) How citizens are calm enough and turn a blind eye to these things and instead protest for these kind of people!
I can keep on going... but WHO CARES ???
Learn to live.. Live to learn..
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people who visit india (on their vacation) - doing these things?
I suggest that Indian issues be discussed with Indians. This is an international forum You should try to create awareness of these issues with your collegues, friends, relatives and Indian website/TV channels.
Pradeep bhatt wrote:I suggest that Indian issues be discussed with Indians. This is an international forum You should try to create awareness of these issues with your collegues, friends, relatives and Indian website/TV channels.
Absolutely correct Pradeep... I was expecting from US/UK Ranchers also about their experience in India
I've been in India two times. My first time was a trip around northern India, from New Delhi to Rajasthan and then to the Taj Mahal in Agra and Varanasi. My second time was in the Himalayas, Ladakh (Leh and surroundings), and then later further south to Manali etc.
Why I did that? Because it's a great adventure and there are so many impressive things and people to see, and ancient culture, temples, the Taj Mahal ofcourse. Varanasi was very impressive, but also dirty. The mountains in Ladakh were beautiful and it was interesting to see the Buddhist monks and their monasteries there. I just like seeing new things around the world and visiting new places.
Ofcourse there are also bad things, but there are infinitely many interesting things to see in India.
My parents have been there 5 times, in different parts.