When I first moved to India in 2015, I had a feeling I was living in a new era of the internet.
I had no idea what to expect or what the culture was like.
Now, I am living in one.
But in the process of getting used to the world, I have learned that the internet is also a great place to get lost in the country’s vast history and culture.
Here are some things to know about India’s culture, and the people, that I’ve found myself in.
India’s Culture The country has long been known as a place where the poor, the dispossessed, and those who have no hope of living well are welcomed.
As a child growing up in India, I always found it hard to believe that India had anything better to offer than that.
I didn’t understand the concept of caste, nor did I know how to understand the way people would treat one another.
At the time, my only hope of finding an identity and a place to belong was through books and movies, but that was about it.
I was taught to believe in my own merit, and I believed that being Indian was about what you did, not what you looked like.
As an adult, I discovered a lot more about the country.
In the 1990s, I was fascinated by the history of India, and how people of different races, religions, and backgrounds had come together in the past.
There was a real sense of community that came from being surrounded by other people of the same ethnicity.
This sense of belonging, along with a sense of self-worth, gave me hope that the world was changing, and that I might be able to be a part of that.
So, when I moved to Delhi in 2016, I figured that if I didn