Many of us attend holiday office parties and travel to family gatherings at festive times of the year. It’s not always a pleasant experience! Social pressures and office politics, meeting new people, being introduced to strangers you have little or nothing in common with, having your fill of family arguments, tolerating “your crazy uncle” who’s been drinking too much, and a myriad of other things can elevate blood pressure levels, tie stomachs in knots, and sometimes make you wish you’d stayed at home! UGH! So then, here are 5 tips to assist in surviving the season with a smile on your face, and a song in your heart:
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India is one of the most diverse and colourful countries one can ever come across. Here, one can experience the two extremes of any reality. From high-rise buildings to Asia’s largest slum, educated, English-speaking professionals to poor street kids asking for alms, villages longing for basic amenities to urban cities, women suppressed under veils to women winning Olympic medals and going on the moon, India will surprise and shock you at the same time. Having gained its independence just 65 years back, India is still a young, developing economy. It’s in a period of transition and revolution. So a tourist will encounter a mixture of experiences from the diabolic sting of poverty to the newly acquired wealth and modernity due to globalization.