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Dos & Donts

 If you’re traveling to India from Nepal, you’ll notice that despite the striking geographical & cultural similarities. However, Indian people are more serious about their tradition than the Nepalis. Hence, you need take into account of the cultural sensitivity even if you find yourself in a situation that seems familiar to your experience in Nepal.

(1)  Hindus, Muslims, & Sikhs consider their temples, mosques, & gurudwaras  a sacred place of worship and foreigners may not be allowed entrance in some places – do not enter a religious compound without permission.

(2) You’ll notice that Indian lifestyle, food habits, & dress-sense are extremely diverse. Always keep a low profile & appear modest according to the local custom.

(3) Do not comment on religious aspects with unknown people.

(5) Some crooks hide themselves in the garb of the holy Sadhus.  Do not eat the Prasads or religious foods offered by a suspicious Sadhu.

(4) Some political sensitive areas closer borders with China & Pakistan are restricted for foreigners. American & West European tourist are advised not to visit the northern Kashmir to avoid a possible abduction by the insurgents.

Besides the above mentioned ones observe all measures you’ve been observing in Nepal.

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