Depends on whom you marry - a lot actually. I am giving US context here for unmarried guys.One thing Indians won't tell you here is that being an Indian means that you will almost never get a date from any white girl (Indians tend to go after white girls more than others among other
That is a very general question. I cannot answer generally though, because that would be an unfair generalization. From my experience, I can talk.2 years ago, I visited my cousin in Connecticut. She has 2 daughters, both born in the U.S. and currently being raised here in the U.S. The younger one, may be around 4 years old, asked
That your career is automatically settled and will be the best!What people don't seem to understand is the tough life and stress behind a visa lottery, search for jobs when market is down or up or that every graduate will get a dream job. Not true.Most of us are stuck with a job that satisfies a
Where and how does Kerala differ from other states in India? I have heard that Kerala is full of greenery and the literacy rate is very high. Is it true? If yes, why? In which fields is Kerala far behind other states?
Golden beaches, emerald backwaters, lofty mountain ranges, powerful art forms... the choices are many and so are the wonders that await you in Kerala.Kerala (Gods own country) is very different from all other states in India. It has 600km of Arabian Sea Shoreline. Kerala has lot of greenary and backwaters.
Here I give the hatha yoga different from bikram yoga and to know more information about the hatha yoga visit this article.Exercises of bikram yoga for beginners: a large table of asanas for home workoutsBikram Chowdhury - that's the name of the man who in
Yes, but it depends. I don't think many Indians even understand basic differences such as:Healthcare is incredibly expensiveUniversity education is generally very experienceYou don't have much of a safety net. The government doesn't really provide for citizens like in most other rich nations. It is not like the movies, the infrastructure
An average Indian soldier thinks a lot about American army. Whenever we compare armies, US Army, being an army of the most powerful country in the world is (for obvious reasons) discussed as datum. And the general feeling is:In spite of being one of the
South Asians in USA can be broadly divided into 3 categories based on the chronology of their arrival. The first wave comprised of descendants of indentured workers from the Caribbean islands and Punjabis from Canada in early 1900s. The next wave included entrepreneurs, retailers and motel owners arriving mostly from Gujarat in 1960s.The third wave occurred
My thoughts:Generally Kids born to Indian Parents in the USA have access to the following:(1) Excellent Health-Care (compared to India)(2) High Quality Food (compared to India)(3) Pollution Free Environment (compared to India)(4) Safer Neighborhoods (compared to India, please don't put comments highlighting some random shooting, Kids and Old People
I'm afraid that I don't know enough about what others think to give an informed answer, but I can tell you that my impression of India was always a positive one. It seemed romantic and exotic, and of course it's the world's largest democracy and has a common connection with the British Empire. And Mowgli and Gandhi were
I'm half-white, half-Indian, and live in the US. I was raised with very little exposure to Indian culture. Many people forget I'm half-Indian. How do I seem more Indian while still staying true to myself?
Don't feel like you have to force yourself to be Indian. It is up to you whether you want to be a regular old American or integrate more into the Indian community.I am of Indian descent and I was born in America. There
Now given the ambiguity and insufficient residency information in your question, I will have to presume you fall under one of these 3 major categories:Either you are a student (F1 Visa holder) weighing the possibilities of finding ways to stay back in the USYou have
Thank you for A2A User-10492258434942592135Sadly, I have to say Avkrishna Rao to a certain degree is right with his observation. But to put all people of Indian origin in one basket would be unfair. My personal opinion is, AV Krishna Rao's assertion is mostly true about people like myself a.k.a.
****NOTE: I am just repeating what I have been told by my friends who are studying in the US or what has been generally written about US/UK NRI's in comment sections of Youtube/Newspaper sites. NOT EVERYONE BELIEVES THIS AND DEFINITELY NOT EVERY NRI IS LIKE THIS BUT SADLY VERY FEW ARE AND THEY TEND TO
I think these can be termed as few misconceptions : 1. Christopher Columbus discovered the USCredit for this misconception purely goes for the school. Christopher Columbus during his four trips starting in 1492 actually landed on various Caribbean islands such as Hispaniola, Bahamas and explored South and Central American coasts. He never
Only talented and rich people can go to USA- This is completely wrong. You don't have to be rich or talented to come to USA. I have seen many below average people with very average academics who can't even get jobs in India and those from middle class families coming to USA.People in USA are rich - Not really.
What are the reasons that Indians are leaving America and going back to India? Once Indians came to USA for better opportunities and now they are going back. What motivates Indians to go back to their developing home country?
While India might be poor overall, for many of the well qualified workers and entrepreneurs India is not a bad place to move. Many return with experience that allows them to move to mid management or even senior management roles. While India pays poor for people
Some common things that has surprised Indian friends who come for the first time;1- How seriously we take seat belts. We aren't even kidding around about not moving that car until you're all buckled in safely. 2- We come off as loud and obnoxious, but in reality our surroundings
Clearly the best choice is marrying an Indian girl who is in US since 1. She will also have work authorization (assuming she falls into the same typical engineering student category )2. She has been through roughly the
Depends on whom you marry - a lot actually. I am giving US context here for unmarried guys.One thing Indians won't tell you here is that being an Indian means that you will almost never get a date from any white girl (Indians tend to go after white