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If you are carrying even a slightest of a doubt in your mind regarding the popularity and the acceptability of India in foreign, I will change that today itself. Indian culture has from very long considered at par with other cultures, but we as Indians have ironically failed to catch its importance as well.
The travelers and tourists to India take away a very rich experience from a country which is elsewhere portrayed as a poor country. To prove the fact that I have personally heard from some travellers, I have compiled a list of eight strong and famous personalities who have loved India as foreigners.
He was born in Bombay (Old Mumbai) and went on to fell in love with the commercial capital of India. He was a very famous short story writer and poet and was recognized worldwide.
Apart from the latest controversy she was "dragged" in, she had a crystal clear image. She was born in the Republic of Macedonia and served mankind forever in her life. Also, she carried a very special place for India in her heart.
He is a herpetologist and founder of Madras Snake Park, The Andaman and Nicobar Environment Trust (ANET), and the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust. I think that itself says a lot about his love for India and its diverse Geography.
Her life is not hidden from anyone. We studied about her in our school days too. Victim to Hitler's dictatorship, she said in a 1918 paper that she loved Indian people as no other.
A Rajesh Khanna movies lover, this Popular T.V. and Bollywood actor was even good at Hindi language. Needless to say, he loved India.
He is a hunter-turned-conservationist and a Nainital born. Yes, you are thinking right...the Jim Corbett National Park is named after him only.
The famous author who is presently based in the UK keeps coming back to India because he is fond of the Indian culture and traditions.
He is an Indian author of British Descent and his popular short stories are what we have come across many times in our school days.