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Fondest memory: As Rajasthan is a part of India so big like Germany, you can imagine the people here are also very different concerning the language (the north part of India speaks hindi but it doesn´t mean that the dialects from each state, or exacter from one city to another, the people truelly speak the same language) and the traditions.
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I tried to learn a little bit hindi but I didn´t have much succes. What did I learned:
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ek, do, tin, tschar (one, two, three, four)
neih (no)
namaste and tschai are understandable
and then the most important: I don´t eat anything with 'gobi' (cauliflower)
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The people were almost allways very nice and helpful, even if there were some times understanding problems, everybody tried to help me out of my problems.
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The nicest experiences you will make in places not so touristic, when children want only to say 'hello' and shake hands without thinking about 'rupiah, rupiah'
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The next point: I liked very much the sari, but I truelly don´t beleave that I would look nice with it, so I let it !
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  • Updated Sep 2, 2002
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