India is one of amazing holiday destinations due to its load spiritual place that inspired his writings Mircea Eliade, India is the country that put
India is one of amazing holiday destinations due to its load spiritual
Place that inspired his writings Mircea Eliade, India is the country that challenge all your senses and captures tourists size, clamor and diversity. A place where you encounter the unexpected at every turn, this country is a challenge for tourists who crosses the threshold.
With a history of 5,000 years, India is one of the most exciting holiday destinations in the world, because of its spiritual and cultural load. Due to its rich history, India is appreciated by tourists for culture and architecture, with many artifacts and historical monuments, churches, temples and places of pilgrimage, attracting millions of tourists.
Another tourist attraction in India are lush beaches, some of the most beautiful in the world and famous for hunting and fishing areas. In short, India is a challenge for tourists, a place particularly appreciated by tourists eager for adventure and mystery. Considered to be the place to challenge your senses, from India provides tourist travel to dusty snow cold north to the narrow streets full of bicycles, rickshaw, motorcycles, trucks and, of course, sacred cows.
As an anthill colorful tourist cities of India continues to show daily on the streets and squares. Here you will walk with tourists arriving from all over the world, with people saints, yogis, businessmen, snake charmer, children, beggars, elephants and monkeys. Some of the main sights you will uncover your eyes, when visiting the symbols of this country – Taj Mahal, the Ganges and the Himalayas.
Taj Mahal, an architectural marvel in marble, monument-symbol of India, is a combination of architectural elements Moguai. The monument was built between 1631 and 1648 by Emperor Shah Jahan to house the tomb of his wife Mumtaz Mahal.
The color of white marble which was built of light varies, if you have time, try to visit at different times of day. India with its rich variety of tourists reveals that many countries united in the same territory. If you choose to visit different regions will be exposed to major changes in terms of cuisine, dress, language, religion, customs and traditions.
India, the country with various forms of relief
India is the seventh largest country in the world. Here you will find the various forms of relief, from the snowy peaks and deep valleys of the Himalayas to the wide plains around the Ganges, which separates the Himalayan region of southernpeninsula extending to the Arabian Sea.
The climate is varied, arid deserts of Rajasthan to the cool heights of Assam, Indiais the country with the wet climate on Earth. However, itself, India has threeseasons per year – hot, wet and cold. Time we meet during monsoon from June to September, during which it rains almost continuously throughout the country and isnot recommended to spend a holiday. With over one billion inhabitants, India is the second country in the world in terms of number of inhabitants, second only toChina. This country is famous for its crowded and busy life on the streets of its cities.
India, land of contradictions
India is a country of contradictions. A place that strikes you with heat, spices andmisery to, and then to impress you with culture, mystery and color of its uniquelandscapes. However, constant chaos of cities here can charm or rather can berepulsive. There’s many facets of India and the 28 states offers its guests a surprising number of ways of leisure.
In India, many tourists are looking for new spiritual experiences, to find and search for that something of themselves, a calm and spiritual balance. Thus, Ayurvedaand yoga are other elements of attraction of India.
Ayurveda is the science that shows the degree of life itself, happiness andunhappiness, known and unknown. A scientist with a history of thousands of years, derived from one of the oldest writings known as the “Veda” Ayur meanslife and veda means science, Ayurveda means science of life translation. Known as a traditional method of healing and restoring inner balance, Ayurveda attractsannually in India, thousands of tourists followers of these methods of treatment and healing of physical and mental disorders.
Indian cities, a perfect combination between old and modern
Indian capital, Delhi, tourist capture a captivating combination between ancient and modern elements. Located between the Aravalli hills and the river Yamuna, the city houses a population of 10 million inhabitants. Delhi is considered and the main cultural center of the country, a conglomerate that is based on seven ancientMuslim cities that have assimilated some British traditions.
With a long history, the capital is home to many monuments, museums, templesand historical sites. Once you get here, do not miss Connaught market,underground market Palika Bayaar, Hanuman Mandir temple, the area aroundRajpath, which is also the administrative center of the city.
Metropolis of Mumbai (Bombay), with 13 million inhabitants, is the mainstay of economic development of India monderne is commercial and industrial center of the country and the cradle of Indian film.
Here you can see India Gate, an arch 26 meters high, built between 1911-1921,to commemorate Queen Mary basalt. Rajab the Clock Towers and MarinaPromenade, which stretches three kilometers along the Arabian Sea, are otherplaces you should not miss when you arrive in Mumbai. In addition to the bright lights of Mumbai in Western India, considered a true cultural gem, you can stillenjoy the golden sands of Goa.
Isolated beaches of India, a perfect place to relax
India has around 100 kilometers from the beach with finest sand in the world. Indiagold sand beaches, lush surroundings with and support of recreational activities,make India an attractive destination, an option for tourists who want to relax and sun.
Sea and sun lovers we recommend to choose a route along the coast of India, themain tourist resorts on the coast of Arabian Sea. The beaches of Goa are someof the most popular holiday destinations in India, is full of tourists. Goa is all veryrelaxing and beautiful sunsets are some.
Everywhere you will find restaurants, hotels and clubs that are very cheap, but alsolocals who are preparing to leave their boats for offshore fishing. Aguda Fort,located 10 km west of Panaji, is located near the luxurious beach resorts nearSinquerim and cheaper accommodation Candolim beach, water sports paradise.
In southern Goa is another beautiful beach, Gokarna, where you can findaccommodation in bungalows available at moderate prices starting at 02.03euros. The nearby beach and “Om beach”, a superb beach, isolated, a perfect place to enjoy peace and relax and recreate yourself in nature. As in India cowsare present everywhere, not missing any of the beach, so do not be surprised ifyou have the opportunity to drink a beer or sunbathe next to a cow.
In India very cheap to eat a serving of fish and seal costs 110 rupees, while the 1 euro equals about 57 rupees (RPS). A hotel room starts at 300 rupees and a beer from 100 rupees (1.8 euros).
Indian cuisine, full of spicy flavor that delights the senses incredible specificdishes prepared with many spices, tourist delights the senses. The dishes vary from north to south, but generally in the north are known specialties such asRogan Josh (Spicy lamb), Gushtaba (spicy meatballs in yogurt) and deliciousBiryani (lamb or chicken in orange flavor rice sprinkled with sugar).
In the south, tend to be more spicy foods and are generally more vegetarian. Hereyou can enjoy specialties like Bhjia – vegetable curry, Dosa, Ildi and Samba – ricepancakes, donuts pickles and vegetable curry. A widely used ingredient in Indiancooking is coconut. The most popular desserts are Kulfi (Indian ice cream) andJalebi – pancakes with syrup.
Tea is one of the most consumed beverage, usually served with milk and sugarready. Along with tea you can drink Nimbu Pani (lemon juice) and coconut milkstraight from the coconut, very consumed and appreciated in India. Bottled water is essential for visitors, must be purchased in supermarkets and have properly sealed cap.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
Optimal time for travel to India is from October to April, the rest of the country thisvery rainy, the monsoon period;
Do not take many clothes with you and generally take only thin clothes. Cheap clothes can be bought in India;
Do not drink only water purchased from pet supermarket, running water is notpotable;
In India you can negotiate almost all purchases. For newly arrived tourists, tradersdemand lower prices;
A return ticket to India starts at about 600 euros;
Because India is a cheap country is good to schedule several days for travel, to have time to visit as many places. A budget of 500 euros per person, spending money, you get a month;
Romanian citizens need a visa for entry into India;
DO NOT MISS!
Taj Mahal, built between 1631 and 1648 by Emperor Shah Jahan to house thetomb of his wife Mumtaz Mahal.
Visit the major cities, Delhi and Mumbai, crucibles of culture and religion.
A raft ride on the Ganges or a rickshaw ride, specific transportation crowded citiesof India.
Visit the golden sand beaches of India, the Goa region.
It is essential to your shoes at the entrance to a temple or mosque;
India is generally a safe country, but the tourists are a target for thieves. Be carefulwhen using credit cards, and you go to crowded places is better to keep yourdocuments and money in a waist bag held securely to the neck;
Shops are open daily from 10.00-19.00, and banks during the week between 10.00 and 14.00.
At mid-century XXI century, India will surpass China in terms of number ofinhabitants, becoming the most populous country in the world. Neither is inferior in scope, being the seventh in the world with an enormous surface area of 3,287,000km2. Although India occupies only saving place fourteen (in 1999), the countrywitnessed a rapid development in technology and services sector and the number of representatives of the middle class grows rapidly, now exceeding 300 million.The origins of the Indus Valley civilization, which have stable connections with the Middle East in agriculture and commerce, dating from around 5000 BC Now, the heart of India throbs in densely populated plains of the Ganges, where theypractice agriculture for several thousand years. In the north, haughty Himalayanchain is the most imposing frontier. In the south the peninsula, less fertile than theplains and often fragmented political criteria. Here, tamilii speak Dravidianlanguages, far away like structure over a hundred languages and dialects Indo-European, which is speak in the rest of the country. Hindi, Urdu, Bengali and Gujarati are widely spoken languages in this family, which was part and in ancient Sanskrit. Afterseparation, Pakistan and Bangladesh have become the other two important statesof the Indian subcontinent. English serves as a lingua franca in the region, as manylocal languages are mutually unintelligible. culture, values Indians have aunique and special culture, which differ considerably from those in East Asia. Have a fluent communication style than the Chinese, Japanese or Koreans and areprofiled on dialogue, like most Latins. Essentially multi-active, have created asociety where people rarely afford privacy and looking even more rarely. Theymake no effort to hide their feelings, joy, disappointment and anger are expressedwithout loss. Their values are oriented around family and loyalty to a “group”, whichare often linked to their profession. As an example we can take community’s diamond and textile merchants. Both the family honor, and the groupis protected with power and arranged marriages are common in world trade.Among their values still include success and creativity. It is important to succeed inbusiness, giving it automatically increase your prestige. Creativity is admired, especially in hard times, improving technology in India thrive in periods in which the country has no access to outside influences and benefits. In such circumstances,according to Indians victory mentality “handle yourself”. The Indian business community is valued talent to find a positive solution to the experiments. Honesty is not worth much, is considered relative. Theft harvest activity is as honorable as the cultivation and the highway robbers who have their honor and they are recognizedas a social group! Philosophical assessments on the values are mostly positive.Business goal is to be successful, but you have to play smart, not to limit yourselfstrictly to victory. Fatalism is widespread and offers an alternative that can backupconsole. If successful, given the chance on you, if you fail, your destiny against theState. These attitudes he encourage the Indians to take the risk. Experience gained from initiatives (because failure is a stigma) results in the fact that many Indians have acquired a commercial talent outstanding. Indians living overseas Chinese rivals in terms of their ability to catch and run businesses in the region. British domination it did so in Indian social, and cultural. Among their similarities include the British game of cricket, tea, military traditions, elite Oxford and Cambridge, protecting accumulated wealth, noble titles, admiration for literature (English), democratic constitution, parliamentary power, early industrialization, social class system, use English as a promoter of culture and administration, a large government department, the judiciary, respect for property. Leadership Concepts and status Indians accept the hierarchical system, with all its obligations and duties. The head should be humanistic and have initiative to promote his subordinates. In family businesses, the eldest son rarely decide what course to pursue, he is to continue the business of his father that he must prepare for this purpose. First I will give education. Son should study thoroughly, and then indicate the next step. Indian trade is characterized by a strong work ethic, especially when people have their own business or family business. Indians do not work around the clock. Foreigners are easily accepted in commercial transactions. Indians not afraid of strangers made many invasions have to get used to. However, are suspicious of inequality that could penetrate with the arrival of their (perhaps for fear of conflicts that could lead to loss of national identity). Nepotism is rife in traditional Indian companies. Family members hold key positions and are very united. Policy is dictated by groups of merchants, for example fruit merchants, jewelers, etc.. These groups work jointly and come to help each other in critical periods. Space and time India is a crowded country, and people are accustomed tolive and work together. Tails, however, are some real brawl. Indians are verytactile, but some restraint is evident in terms of close in public. Women arearguably subject to men. May comes the problem of class consciousness, whichreduces their tendency to embrace everyone. As for punctuality, there is greater freedom of action, depending on social class. The theory of reincarnation and itaffects the Indian concept of time. Opportunities not always grabbed greedily.Time is cyclical, so they will occur again (maybe in another life!). Cultural factors models of communication and the use of language English spoken inIndia is old-fashioned flourishes and an abundance of words. It’s basically ahuman language, agreeable, often expressing respect and humble attitudetowards the listener. Is generous with praise, but stingy with criticism, because theIndian business failure can be quickly attributed to negative karma. Indian Englishexcel in ambiguity, and notions such as truth and appearances are often subjectto negotiation. Above all, the Indian manager underlines the collective expressionof pregnancy and the request. India is not far from a society without socialclasses, but often groups will go to the bottom or swim together in the world willtake the subcontinent. type listeners To get his attention is essential to be smoother Indians, humble and respectful. They appreciate the vast vocabulary.Are willing to listen long to indulge in a relationship to develop, and their purposeis apparent from the subsequent reactions, is to make the speaker a friend. Thereare a difficult audience, but their sharpness should not be underestimated. conduct meetings and negotiations Indians remain polite even when offered restates some changes and proposals with great zeal to reach an agreement. Dislike to refuse any business. In terms of negotiating style, the Indian is almost unsurpassed.Although the local group or has a very strong consciousness of the community, give evidence of personality and intelligence when negotiating on their own with strangers. It is clever when it comes to buy or sell anything. Following is only one model of negotiation which he uses with great skill when you sell something (each successive step can take days or weeks of negotiations): 1. I have no intention of selling. Two. This is the most precious of all businesses that drive my family.Three. Money is not interested. Four. I do not intend to sell, but if ever I would decide, you are the one to whom I sell. Five. If ever to sell, I have no clue about how we can evaluate such a successful business. 6. If we fix a quote, I do it by analogy with similar businesses closed in the past. July. When A and B of X has sold made a deal. August. He has sold X to B just because he needed money.September. I’d like you can not sell to you but I could never convince my family. 10.I heard the price proposed by you and I rushed out the door. 11. You must say with all honesty that I received a serious offer from a third party. He offered me more like you. 12. I do not expect to pay more than they are willing to offer, but even as they. 13. I am willing to conclude business with you and not them, that I promised you to sell you. 14. I know this price is not based on normal rates of profit, but how can you determine the value of a business that owns 70% of the market? Indians have many other tricks. In essence, they are disappointed if you do not negotiate with them. Pricing is after all, after being put in place all the advantages of acquisition or business. Indians put their talent to beat all their communications to achieve desired price indirectly. When negotiating with them, remember they are very clever and can often fool, trying to understand their needs and objectives, be humble at all times, avoid sarcasm and irony, have little patience Asians take quick decisions, concentrate on relationships, for they it is more important than a particular business; Indians accept losses if it means future earnings, their conception of negotiation is part to win over another but are very flexible. Manners and taboos of Indian Hinduism dominate social behavior, together with related taboos. Women show a high regard for men. Clothing is opulent, often ostentatious. Brothers and sons generally live under one roof, which results in land fragmentation. How to get along with Indians Indians tend to complain openly of wrongs suffered during colonization. When treated with respect, they leave behind past pretty quickly, especially if the horizon is expected to remain profitable business. Indians have to do play that is to be reasonable, friendly and flexible. History of their country is great, so be left out and admired. You must know all the basics about Mahatma Gandhi and avoid the mistake Indira or Rajiv Gandhi’s family, which has no connection. It is advisable to have and some notions about Hinduism and about the geography of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Indians give off heat and wait their turn, respect and politeness. It’s risky to joke too much they tend to take things seriously. Be flexible at all times. Acknowledge that there is much chaos and remember that they are better for you in this regard. Learn to cope with Indian bureaucracy, which can be cumbersome and tiring, and to cope with constraints and restrictions. Maintain multiple communication channels, both with government and with commercial entities. Create your own relationships, independent of your partner. Try not to judge Indians failures or limitations. Remember that truth has many facets most Asians believe that there is absolute truth, and truth, facts and appearances are often subject to negotiation. Give evidence of understanding whenever you see the other part is in difficulty. Never worn by brute force and not gain unfair advantage when treated in a stronger position. Acknowledge the importance of unwritten word. In Asia, verbal agreements have more power than documents. Turn on medium / long term.