Etiquette in India

Etiquette in India

The second most populous country in the world is known for its people’s many peculiarities. There are over 400 ethnic groups living together in India, and the majority are young people – half of the population are men and women under 25 years old. According to India’s constitution there are 21 official languages in the country, but about 1600 are spoken if we count the dialects too.

Banks and currency

Indian Rupee

The cooperative sector forms the bigger part of the banking system in India. There are 26 state, 25 private, 43 foreign, 56 regional rural, 1589 urban cooperative and 93 550 rural cooperative banks functioning in the country. The cooperative sector in the banking field undergoes the most dynamic development.

Transportation in India

Transportation in India

India is the second most populous and seventh biggest country in the world. The distant parts of the different states suppose also a very good organization of the transportation. In India it is frequent and cheap, although in most cases it is crowded with passengers and has delays. The trains, busses and shared cars work almost anywhere anytime. And of course, you can often see serious delays. If you want to save time, think about domestic flights, long distance busses and trains. The public transportation is cheap and frequent, and its alternative are taxis, rikshaws and others.

Entertainment in India

Entertainment in India

India is one of the most exotic and most preferred touristic destinations in the world. Of course, this is so mainly because of the unique landmarks in the country. However, there is also a way to have fun. India is full of different attractions, religious and all kinds of colorful festivals, it is a paradise for the divers and people who want to just get sun tan on the beach.

Accommodation in India

Accommodation in India

It is important to begin with the fact that the currency used in India is the Rupee (INR), as of today 1 USD equals around 70 Rupees. In order to visit the second most populous country in the world, we need a touristic visa, that costs around 60 USD and is valid for 90 days. Dollars are accepted in most places; however, this is not well regulated, and it can often be not so profitable if we pay in US currency to the locals.