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Precautions for travel in India


What are the precautions for traveling in India? India is a popular tourist destination, so what should you pay attention to when traveling to India? In response to this question, I have sorted out the precautions for traveling in India for everyone, hoping to help everyone.

Indian climate

India has a tropical monsoon climate, and India is divided into three seasons: winter, summer, and rainy season. Winter (November to March) is a very comfortable season with sunny days all over India, but the plains in the north are sometimes cold and snowy in the mountains. Summer (April to June) is very hot, and it is best to go to the highlands to escape the heat. In June, the southwest rainy season, which starts on the west coast, gradually spreads to all of India. Except for the southeast, rainfall is concentrated between June and September.

Indian clothing

Wear cool, breathable clothing, preferably a wide-brimmed straw hat to protect from strong sunlight. In the rainy season, you should bring rain gear with you. In winter, a warm and light jacket is required. For formal occasions, men should wear suits and women should wear skirts. To enter the Holy Land, women should wear long skirts or trousers. When traveling in Muslim areas, dress appropriately. Ladies should wear loose pants and long shirts. You should bring a camera and bottled water when traveling abroad. Sunscreen protects against UV rays. Swimsuits must be brought, and high-end hotels have swimming pools. During the golden tourist season, the temperature difference between day and night near Delhi is large, and the sun is strong during the day, so wearing a shirt is enough, and a sweater or a thin coat at night.

Indian religion

More than 80% of the population in India believes in Hinduism, in addition to Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism, Christianity, etc. In India, religion not only affects people's daily life but also regulates Indians' behavior, thinking, marriage, social interaction, and society. class status.

Indian language

India is a complex ethnicity, and different races use different languages. In India, there are 17 major languages ​​and 844 dialects. Hindi and English are the official languages. English is widely used and used in the whole country.

Indian currency

The currency of India is rupees, and US dollars are not commonly used in most places. It is best to exchange rupees at the airport when entering the country. Buying and selling coins must strictly follow the rules. There are currency exchange offices at the international airport, don't forget to take the voucher, this voucher is also required when exchanging rupees back to other currencies. When leaving the country, all rupees must be exchanged at the airport exchange office, and rupees are not allowed to be brought in and out of the country.

1 US dollar = 42 rupees (subject to the bank's quoted price on the day)

Indian customs

About 83% of Indians are Hindus, and Hindus do not eat beef because cows are considered sacred animals. Most people do not use cowhide products. The Hindu horn temple does not allow cowhide products to enter and must enter barefoot. Women should dress appropriately, the top should not be too short, and the lower body should wear long trousers or long skirts. The traditional clothing of Indian men, the lower body is toti, and the national clothing of Indian women is the "Sari"

Indian immigration procedures

Every foreigner is required to submit an immigration card at the time of entry and exit, and undergo security inspections, including luggage. The inspection in Kashmir is more stringent, requiring a total of 4 inspections. At each inspection, men and women must be separated into different rooms. For inspection, foreigners are required to fill out a questionnaire. Photos are not allowed at Kashmir Airport. Batteries and lipsticks of all electrical appliances must be placed in checked luggage. Strictly abide by the security laws in Kashmir.

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