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#1
yaiima0

I’m planning to visit India maybe sometime next year if COVID eases up. Where should I visit and what things should I experience?

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Riizwan19xx
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Come to kerala.

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yaiima0
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What can I do in Kerala that’s fun? They prolly have good food I’d assume.

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deathlyclawsXD
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The scenery there is very beautiful....many temples to visit

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ciro
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You can go to Allepy where you can get a boathouse on the backwaters or something + food is pretty good and different from what you probably get in NA

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HLTVtoxicALT
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stay away from idilli and sugar, u good

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Riizwan19xx
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Wayanad - Beautiful High range mountains and shit
Alleppey - Backwaters and boathouse
Kozhikode - Beach and food
Kochi - Nightlife
Thrissur - Temples and festival
Idukki - Munnar

#28
JokesOver
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kerala <3

#30
sm0ke3
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+1, best state to visit in India. The place is very beautiful

#31
alfasuse
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Is that the state with the communists? Cool

#34
chloeburbank
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malayali??

#53
Riizwan19xx
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yes brotha ! malayali thnne xD

#63
swaglord69
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ayeee same there’s barely any here in my school in canada

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Riizwan19xx
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Nice, i thought im the only malayali in here.

#72
FightWasTaken
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agreed, i am a Malayali and kerala is probably the safest to go and there are many nice places to see. obviously there may still be some dangers so be careful, but a decent amount of malayalis know how to speak english which may be helpful. good luck

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Hidden_Name
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bring a bomb with you , come to delhi , go to cbse's ( our education board)HQ and BOOM (make sure to do it before 15th feb)

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deathlyclawsXD
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Lmaoo dude I am dead

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yaiima0
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Is that the dates of important exams or something? XD

#6
Puget
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can you explain the joke to non indians?

#9
dolphincandy
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There are like millions of kids who have not studied shit in the past 2 year and they are basically fked in the coming exams

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Hidden_Name
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lmao no i can prepare for Term 1 infact doing that rn but term 2 is extremely tough esp when you have PCM

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HLTVtoxicALT
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my teachers speed-runned the whole term 2 portions in class 12th, pcmb btw, so much that i get free p.es every now and then, but at the cost of my summer vacation,

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Supr3meGucci
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blow up the headquarters of the education board so that examinations will be cancelled

#12
Hidden_Name
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yea okay so this year due to covid they divided our syllabus into 2 halves term 1 and 2 so we have out term 1 exams in december and our term 2 in feb-march as you know how huge the syllabus here is , we'll have only a month to study the rest 50% syllabus which is quite tough!

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Meister
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he must be in high-school and does not want to give exams... so an accident will postpone or cancel his exams

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wutdeepak
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JEE HQ too if you're on it

#15
Hidden_Name
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oh shoot , how di di forget NTA , yea bring 2 bombs one for CBSE and another for NTA (the agency which conducts our engineering entrance exam)

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deathlyclawsXD
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There are alot of good places to visit
1) Manali- If u want to see snow come around December
2)Agra- Taj Mahal is must visit
3)Udaipur and Jaipur - Really beautiful cities
4) Amritsar- Food is really good

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yaiima0
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Thanks for the recommendations, I definitely plan to visit the Taj Mahal. Any good food places you would recommend?

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ciro
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For food, all you need is zomato or something, maybe try a few famous ones too

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NightFury1513
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Zomato is food delivery company

#36
ciro
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its not only a delivery company

#38
NightFury1513
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A food delivery company

#20
Puget
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do these places look like they do on google images? or is it usually over crowded?

#23
deathlyclawsXD
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Man whole India is overcrowded

#24
wutdeepak
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Obviously crowded, though it depends on the day and time of the day

#60
Paracosm
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its not the case where poeple are sitting on top of the trains lmao

#21
lalit2005
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yes even jammu & kashmir and andaman & nicobar islands would be a great option

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Hidden_Name
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also go to GE's bootcamp in mumbai and meet SKrossi

#19
yaiima0
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I’m planning to go on a date with SKrossi 😈

#27
Hidden_Name
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take kappa along with you when you will be coming back to US

#41
Kekw1112222333
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Yes so that we dont have to see him on GE . KEKW

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Hidden_Name
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yea replace shaz with kappa he is a better sova than him

#47
Kekw1112222333
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Hahahaha nice troll , but they should change bro :((((((

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Hidden_Name
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they wont :(

#49
Kekw1112222333
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But why?? Is kappa their owner.? :( make him 6th or coach take another good player :(

#50
Hidden_Name
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lmao idk the day they lost to f4q they told that there will be no roster changes :)

#51
Kekw1112222333
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I will respect kappa even more if he steps down, i m not even kidding . Lets see what happens , it depends on team decisions not management

#52
GGgod
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Indian teams run high on emotions. They'll never risk removing a player no matter how bad they perform because mUh rElAtIOnS
Most Indian teams care more about making brothers and a "family" than actually being a good team. Maybe a reason why we haven't done anything significant in PC eSports till date. Emotions and sports are to be kept apart from each other. If someone is clearly a weak link in the team , bench them and get someone better. That's how you create a champion team. That's how sports works.

And this isn't a GE specific problem. Most teams in India won't risk benching players because they are scared of ruining relations.

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Supr3meGucci
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and shout at him for whiffing that shot on fiveK on elbow

#42
Kekw1112222333
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Wdym ? He whiffs every single tournament , every single match LMAO. It hurts as GE fan that they are not replacing him and he is not improving (taking about kappa btw )

#43
NightFury1513
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Are you serious? Who do you want in GE replacing Skrossi

#44
Kekw1112222333
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Bruh not SKRossi lol , Kappa (edited , my bad)

#25
mystbz1
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yo

#26
DaalLiya
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LEH ,Sikkim , arunachal pradesh

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iclappedurmama
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I guess obviously you would be arriving delhi first so I would say akshardham temple(during evening), nehru planetorium, mughal garden, Red fort, qutub minar, india gate, rastrapati bhavan, humayun tomb are really good places to visit. If you want to roam around in market chandni chowk would be a great place for that purpose.

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dyrk
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1 Jaipur-Udaipur-Agra-Delhi if u want to see the historical architecture and other beautiful places like mahals etc
2 Kerala -( Munnar one of the most beautiful scene ) also u will feel close to nature
3 If u wanna go on some beach then Goa
4 Himachal Pradesh - snow and mountains

I won't recommend going to cities like Mumbai tho they may seem flashy and lively but tbh they aren't that wonderful compare to the natural and historical places, then again choice is urs.

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RickyIndian
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this ^^
i’ve only been to chennai for family but the food there is really good.

#54
SnooTangerines
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I will try to frame my answer from the perspective of a foreign tourist visiting India to take the best out of this trip and avoid any problems on the way.

Honestly, if you come to India, I would recommend just go to one of these beach destinations like Kerala and Goa. The ideal visiting time is around winter where there is not much humidity and the temps are really good.

Both these spots are really tourist-friendly with people whom you can communicate easily (Obvio they talk english but you can also find people speaking french, spanish, portugese etc to help you out)

The food in both these parts is great, you can also find Beef dishes in Kerala which tbh, you cannot find in the majority of India and many foreigners really crave this meat when coming to India, just so that you know.

The Christmas party in Goa is very famous and hundreds of thousands of tourists visit Goa during that time of the year. It is a very unique experience to celebrate Christmas in 30 degrees Celcius for many Europeans and North Americans.

This is the easiest and effortless route you can take to enjoy and not get yourself tired. Ideal for a vacation.

If you are more into India's culture then ohh boy, prepare to do some trekking and traveling.

I suggest you land in New Delhi rather than Mumbai, go explore Old Delhi. Some posts above have mentioned some popular spots, Chandni Chowk, Qutub Minar, Red Fort and other places which I am sure the place where you stay (your hotel) will be more than happy to help you out with.

Then proceed towards Agra and visit the Taj Mahal and other places near it including Fatehpur Sikri.

This is usually enough for a normal person visiting India for the first time. After this, you can proceed to either Goa or Kerala. Goa is strictly for enjoyment (atleast as a tourist) while Kerala has both culture and good beaches. You can decide likewise.

Some things to note out for in India -

India gets very hot and humid, make sure to drink lots of water and only packaged water or water that you are used to drinking for at least 7-8 days on your arrival. Indians get sick when they go abroad and others when they come to India cause of the different microbiology in different areas.

As much as India gets hot, it also gets cold. Make sure to bring winterwear if you are ever visiting anything that is in the northern half of India during the winter season (November - February). If you arrive (and leave) from Goa or Kerala, you won't need winterwear as they are mostly warm during the winters.

Always make sure you do things that tourists normally do and visit places where tourists normally visit. If at any point you feel like you do not see "white faces" for a while, make sure to return to a place with more tourists or your hotel.

India is safer than it is portrayed but still, it is advised to be at guard regardless.

Shopkeepers like to engage you to buy something and it can get quite hectic. Find a way to deal with them.

Keep talking to your driver/hotel managers/waiters at restaurants, they can let our some unique places to visit and some good food on the menu.

PS - I did not write this whole thing down. Parts of it are copied from a convo I had with someone else visiting India a while ago.

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Paracosm
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tbh idk where 'india is very dangerous thing' comes from probably cause its overpopulated and third world, i mean ofc there are serious crimes but all that has happened to me is the guy who takes clothes to iron them stole the key of my neighbor and tried to enter the house when no one was home but then was dragged to the police station by all the aunties in my building lmao

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SnooTangerines
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LMAO

but tbh, I hear a lot about people complaining about safety.

But in reality, you rarely hear about any crime taking place. For example, there has not been any robbery/murder in a 5km radius. I have heard about a couple of thefts but no murders/assault cases from family/friends and that includes 1000+ people.

This has to be pretty safe compared to let's say South America or South Africa where crime happens in broad daylight.

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SnooTangerines
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Also the term "third world" does not have anything to do with safety or economy.

It just refers to the fact that certain countries did not participate in a certain war and those countries were called "third world".

A lot of third-world countries are prosperous and developing.

Still, some uneducated "first world" kids think that this is some sort of insult.

#56
asudhak
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Born in America, ancestors from Tamil Nadu!

#57
acquracy
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Same
#TamilPride

#58
acquracy
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Visit a couple of the temples

#64
ILL
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Visit bangalore if u want late night parties/concerts and chicks :D and good ppl

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BAYONET19
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kappa

#81
ILL
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Jus cuz u sit at ur home all day and don't have a life it dont mean Kappa cringe as indian brother

#82
BAYONET19
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do u even knwo what kappa means
anyway sorry didnt mean to offend u

#65
Aight
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Don't visit the capital
Watch karl rock

#66
iclappedurmama
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You joking or something?

#67
Aight
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Wdym what's wrong

#68
iclappedurmama
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Delhi is literally one of the safest cities in india. Yes, even more safer than mumbai

#69
Aight
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Okay lmfao

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iclappedurmama
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I know there is a common perception about delhi being not safe but i guess you are unaware of recent reports where delhi has beaten mumbai in almost every aspect be it health facilities or security. Delhi & Mumbai have been placed in top 50 safest cities in the world wdym.

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Nice!

#73
iclappedurmama
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Btw you are from india , right?

#74
Paracosm
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idk about that dude, at first he was making real videos not politically just showing the culture and the daily life of india but recently hes gone quite political, and his "catching scammer" videos just feel like a cash grab at this point

#78
Aight
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He was involved in the yify torrents owner raid
I was pissed at him for what he did
He confirmed the owner's address.

#77
BAYONET19
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i dont want to talk about this here
but any tourist visa has some rules and limitations
he crossed those and now is suffering

#75
BAYONET19
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imo its stupid to ask a random guy on internet
he will give u a suggestion on what he likes
and that way u will end up getting a million places to visit
just hire some travel agency
cause anywhere u visit, u will miss the beauty of some other place.

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ShadowisBAD
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Honestly
if u like being in heat
then chennai and delhi are the place for u
only difference is
chennai is having heavy rain rn and delhi varies between VERY hot and very cold

but Delhi and a few places around it has the most monuments and stuff

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