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What are some unwritten rules in India?

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There are certain rules in India which almost all of us in India follow. They differ from place to place. Some unwritten rules in India are:

1. It is perfectly ok to address anybody as bhaiya ranging from vendors to neighbors.

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2. We hate when vendors/ hawkers address us as Aunty. We love it when we are referred as Behenji.

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3. Bargaining is our birthright.

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4. We take our festivals very seriously. We need a reason to dress, eat and celebrate.

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5. Cricket is SACRED. Don’t mess with Sachin Tendulkar….But Rahul Dravid is clearly the GOD!

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6. There’s no better way to bond than to have chai together.

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7. While driving, expect people to come at you from every direction possible! It’s not a road, it’s Road Rash!

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8. You were born to be a Doctor/ Engineer and at the very least, a Chartered Accountant or MBA- holding business professional

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9. Everyone complains about the Indian Railways, but we love it.

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10. NEVER give anyone money as gift in even numbers (It is considered inauspicious). It’s always 101, 501…etc.

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There are many to add but above are some of them.

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