8 Things You Will Miss About India When You Are In Foreign Country

Blog By Helma  |  27-05-18

Here Are The List Of Things Which We Will Find In India But Not In A Foreign Land

The People

The People

Whether you like it or not but you will the people, the one you had been running away from and calling “crowd”. You will be surprised at how much you miss this “lost in the crowd” feeling once you are out. And in foreign country you would get tired of cars zooming past you and you will die to see some actual faces and real people.


Our Friends

Our Friends

Back home, you can make lifelong friends with the perfect stranger you bumped into while boarding your morning local or the sweet restaurant owner who gives you discounted food, special offers and occasional free sweet delicacies or your regular barber who knows your likes and dislikes like the back of his hand ... making friends comes easy in India.


The Fun Festivals

The Fun Festivals

India is a country were everyone celebrates every festivals like Holi, Ganesh Chaturthi, Christmas, Dahi Handi, Ramzan etc and India is the only place where billions come together to celebrate a festival with whole heart.


Mother

Mother

while in foreign country we will have to fix our foods, plates and everything else from laundry to cleaning house all alone but in India we always look upto our mom who without any complains does her job even if we don't give her any time.


The Rickshaw Waala

The Rickshaw Waala

In india our daily routine is to find an auto waala and sometimes in foreign land we will miss this thing. Yes, no matter how much they irritated you back home with their forever broken meters and the extra ten bucks they always demanded above the fixed rate, now you just wish and pray that somehow they would move to your part of the world.


The Neighbours

The Neighbours

In India, it is not uncommon to seek help from your neighbour. Being a neighbour automatically endows you with the right to ask for sugar, tea, milk, curd, water, salt or any other grocery item you have fallen short of; you can extend the offer to include making and receiving phone calls, self-inviting yourself for lunch or dinner or borrowing the usual extra gas cylinder


Watching an India-Pakistan Match

 Watching an India-Pakistan Match

You don't have to be in the cricket stadium to feel the adrenaline rush of the last nail-biting overs of such a match. It is one of those moments when the entire nation stops to pray for the victory of their country.


Street Foods

Street Foods

Yes, no more Golgappe, Chaat Papdi, Samosas or Chole Bhature from your favorite joint that you have always been in love with and costed way under $4 for a stomach full of food. we Will miss having the option to eat unlimited chaat whenever and wherever we wanted.









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