A simple Sanskrit phrase that describes the basic Indian ethics of hospitality. We do mean when we say that the guests are indeed a God’s form and should be welcomed and treated with complete courtesy and gracious reception. Hospitality may be a set of rules to be followed by many but we believe in hospitality that serves the values of humanism. We believe in understanding and adapting to the needs of individuals who we serve as guests. We are fulfilling in nature with sense of kindness and work booking hotel onlinein bodhgaya bihar according to the personal comfort varying from person to person. We fold our hands and greet you, we bow and welcome you, we stand and guide you, we bend and serve you, we smile and treat you special every time and everywhere.
Rise at sunrise to have the best attractions all to yourself while avoiding crowds. It’s also a magical time for photos due to soft diffused light, and usually easier to interact with locals.
Cash is king around the world. To cover your ass in an emergency, make sure to stash some in a few different places. If you lose your wallet, your card stops working, or the ATMs run out of money, you’ll be glad you did.
Make it a point to avoid other travelers from time to time and start conversations with local people. Basic English is spoken widely all over the world, so it’s easier to communicate than you might think.
I happen to use a shemagh, but sarongs also work great. This simple piece of cotton cloth is one of my most useful travel accessories with many different practical applications.
If you really want to get a feel for the pulse of a place, I recommend spending a few hours sitting in a park or on a busy street corner by yourself just watching day to day life happen in front of you.