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11 Things We Love About India

We Indians are amazing creatures and so is India. True personification of awesomeness, we believe that the entire country is one big extended family, we are happy people and even though we have flaws you will never meet one you don't like.

We are optimistic and happy even when we complain.

Here are eleven things we love about being an Indian. Eleven because we believe odd numbers ending in one are auspicious.

Why? It just is.

11 Things We Love About India

11 Things We Love About India

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1. Food

1. Food

Shahi paneer, Khaandvi, Dosa, Khaman, Paanipuri. I could seriously kill for some food right now.

2. Seasons

2. Seasons

India is known as the land of the endless growing season. We are lucky to have six traditional seasons.

3. Weddings

3. Weddings

Although, big fat Indian weddings are a hypocritical attempt to show off wealth and what not still they are fun

4. Bollywood

4. Bollywood

One of the largest centers of film production in the world and even though we sometimes find it stupid, we are totally in love with it.

5. Uncountable travel destinations.

5. Uncountable travel destinations.

You will be swept off your feet by the beauty.

6. Indian mothers

6. Indian mothers

Mothers are great. And Indian mothers, believe me they are one of a kind.

7. Jewellery

7. Jewellery

One can fall in love with it and sometimes we are crazy about it.

8. History and Diversity.

8. History and Diversity.

We live in a country which has a very rich history and past. There are various religions, languages, costumes, festivals, flora, fauna and varying landscapes.

9. People.

9. People.

Incredible is the word.

10. Armed Forces.

10. Armed Forces.

This list is incomplete without our armed forces. Their dedication for the motherland melts our heart every time.

11. Hospitality

11. Hospitality

Thinking of visiting India? You are most welcome. The verse ATITHI DEVO BHAV which means 'the guest is equivalent to the God' is well maintained in India.

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