Melting pot of religions and cultures - from Amritsar to the east coast
My second time in India I traveled from Delhi to Punjab to Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and far east to Odisha visiting some very special places I planned to go there since years. India is a unique contrast of harmony and chaos, of deep hospitality and nasty skulduggery. I never knew if to trust or distrust, to say yes or no. But it's no wonder, India belongs to the poor part of the world although there are unbelievable wealth, unfortunately often based on corruption and deceptive business practice. But poverty and often despair dictates the daily grind and the common appearance. But however, regarding these facts it made me something like humble to see how these majoritarily poor people dealing with their life. Being friendly. Being respectful. Being fair-minded. Everybody can learn a lesson from them.