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The best time to visit India is in the months of November to February.

Terrorist attacks could occur at any time anywhere in India with little or no warning so we advise you to exercise a high degree of caution in India. Please check the travel advisory notifications of your country before making your plan.

When visiting India please be advised that there are some areas where foreign nationalities are not allowed to visit. If you wish to visit restricted areas you will need a permit.

Top tourists hot spots are very crowded so donít be late and go in the morning.
India is a malarial area and you should definitely take appropriate precautions.
India has much different type of foods so grab your fork or simply use your fingers and taste all delicious foods in India.

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), who manages many of Indiaís most popular monuments, accepts payment in rupees only.

Currency is the rupee and all money should be changed with authorized money changers available at various places. You can use credit cards, travellerís cheques or foreign currency for the payment of all the bills, though Indians may use Indian rupees. In India donít let restaurants or shops take your credit card away to process and follow them to the point of transaction.

Whatever you buy you will almost always be expected to haggle over the price so you can make bargain with locals.

If you get robbed, the first thing that you should do is to report the theft as soon as possible to the local police.

Mineral water is your best companion while in India's tropical climate and also it is your safest bet for keeping various contaminated-water.

Donít forget that banks function from Monday to Friday from 10:00 hours to 12: 30 hours in India but other Government and administrative offices in India function from 09:30 to 17:00 hours on weekdays.

Bring as few things as possible because you can buy almost everything in India.

Donít forget to bring a converter plug. Indian voltage is 220 volts while the US uses 110 volts.

Indian people are very conservative about clothing, Trousers are acceptable but short skirts and shorts are offensive to many people.

Do not kiss or embrace each other or Indian people in public because it is regarded as part of sex. Donít forget to remove your shoes when entering a private home.

Indian Standard Time is 4 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Paris, 3 hours and 30 minutes behind Tokyo, 5 hours and 30 minutes ahead of London, about 10 hours 30 minutes behind New York and 4 hours and 30 minutes behind Sydney.

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