10 Things You Will Miss About India Once You Complete Your Volunteering Sojourn

When you travel to India for volunteering under a project, you arrive with your luggage and a set of expectations. But it’s only when you leave the country after completing your tenure, you realize that this was probably the best of your travel experience ever.

Why You Should Volunteer in South India

India is the second largest country in the world according to population. A country filled with vibrancy, culture and history, determining what it is now with its diversely rich culture. The South of India includes the Indian states Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana, as well as the union territories of Lakshadweep and Puducherry.

8 Myths About India For Volunteers To Know

All of us keep a perception about the culture, people, places, food etc. of a country. India, however, is an epitome for that. Snake Charmers, magicians, Saffron clad Saadhus, Spicy food and what not! For India, stereotypes does not really seems to end. But it is only when you visit India on your own that you get the real picture. And if you too have certain perceptions about India, it’s time to get them straight and clear. Here are some of the commonest of myths about India that needs to break.

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