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We asked expats and digital nomads what they appreciate the most about the local culture in India. They wrote...

"Expats in India often appreciate the diversity of culture, religions, and customs. They are fascinated by the colorful festivals, the richness of art and music and the many architectural wonders, including the Taj Mahal. They also appreciate the country's deep spiritual tradition and the warm hospitality of the Indian people. Many expats find India's cuisine to be incredibly flavorful and savory with a great variety of dishes and ingredients. Furthermore, expats often cite the low cost of living, the rich cultural experience and the abundance of job opportunities as major advantages of living in India," said a member in India.

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"Delivery service for everything. My dog got sick and a vet came to the house. I order almost all my groceries. With the help of my Indian friends, I got a cook and maid at current rates instead of expat rates. My Mumbai dentist has equipment better than my dentist did at home. Once I figured out how to get around, I now ride rickshaws everywhere," remarked another expat who made the move to Mumbai, India.

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