What should every Indian know about China?

China is thrice the size of India at about 9.6 million sq. km vs. 3.2 million sq. km with only a little more population than ours.Historically, the Chinese name for India was Tianzhu - meaning heaven. In return, Indians called them by chin (after their most glorious empire - Qin) that eventually got caught by rest of the world now.Although Indians incessantly talk & compare with China, the Chinese understandably don't compare themselves with India. It is because they want to emulate/compare themselves with Europe/US than a poorer country they have beaten in race since 1978. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/0... (everyone wants to be compared with someone better than them).Just like how we say Namaste (with folded hands), Chinese traditional greeting comprises of bowed head and folded palms.
Whether it be gold buying, sending students abroad, scouting for resources in Africa/Latin America or wooing foreign investors both India and China compete vigorously to rank in 1 or…

What is the cheapest country to visit for Indians?

Summer is approaching for holiday vacation, and the cost of travel is starting to rise.If you are Indian and looking to travel the world with low budget Country, there are many countries to travel. Airline tickets and hotel prices will continue to increase along with the high temperature, and it can be difficult to stretch your money in popular destinations like Europe, USA and many more country. We always complain about how expensive it is to even go to another countries , let alone buy anything there. The United States, the UK and a couple of other places have come to symbolise the world for us. While it's true that currency is pretty good,but there are places you can go to and things you can see with our own rupaiya that will make you feel like a king of the world. Check out these destinations where you can get the best of everything. If you want to travel without breaking the bank account, here is list of countries where you can find the right cheapest destination of the world.

Indonesia : 1 INR= 209 Indonesia Rupiah


Vietnam : 1 INR = 338.35 Dong


Mongolia : 1 INR = 29.83 Tugrik


Hungary : 1 INR = 4.22 Forint


Bolivia : 1 INR = 0.11 Boliviano


Nepal : 1 INR = 1.6 Nepalese Rupee


Sri Lanka : 1 INR = 2.08 Sri Lankan Rupee


Paraguay : 1 INR = 74.26 Guarani


Costa Rica : 1 INR = 8.15 Colons


Georgia : 1 INR= .038 GL


So there you go, a bunch of places where you can spend a little to get a lot experience. If you have any country in your mind, let me know in comment box.

Happy Travelling !!!



thanks to -Michelle Breitstein

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