Village Tours in India:
India is a country of a million colours, billion people, hundreds of landscapes and thousands of villages. The country is a great assimilation of aspirations, traditions, heritage and love. The epitome of culture, India, is known for its diversity and its openness. People flock to this vibrant country from all corners of the world to dive in its natural beauty, its historical heritage and its warm people. Every millions of tourists come to India, to experience the vibrancy in its air and to know what real country life is all about.
Rural India is the cultural and historical epicentre of the country. The country as a whole may be one of the world’s fastest growing countries with bustling and booming cities but it is considered that its true heart still lies in its rural lands. India has more than 100,000 villages which are full of different sorts of people who speak multiple languages, have their own unique culture, dressing, traditions, religion and beliefs. If you wish to discover the soul of the country you have t move out of the cities and go to the rural heartlands which will expose you to the cultures, traditions and dialects of the people.
It is an accepted fact that India is a diverse country and this diversity is more evident in its rural areas than any wear else. India’s villages have a different culture and set-up in different regions of the country. The northern Himalayan villages have a more nuanced life surrounded by the bliss of the Himalayas. The plains and Rajasthani villages showcase the cultural vibrancy and colour the country is known for, you discover and observe a kaleidoscope of dialects, customs, people, and way of life. Further down south, the villages are rich in the ancient Dravidian culture, languages, colour especially in the style of dressing, and knowledge. And, lastly eastern India shows you the diverse nature of people that exist in India as you get to observe and immerse yourself in the Bengali and north-eastern way of living.
One of the many perks of visiting the rural villages of India, is that you get to witness life in its most simplest of forms. You can experience agriculture and its related activities in farms of Punjab which cater to tourists who wish to have such experiences, or, travel with the nomads of Rajasthan to places and experience life the gypsy way. You can catch fish with the fishermen in Goa, or, discover the historical gems hidden in many southern Indian villages. The experiences and learning you will get here you will not find anywhere else in the world. India’s villages are unique in their way of life and their societal structure and welcome anyone who wishes to experience life their way.
There is so much to see and so much to experience in the rural lands of this colourful and diverse country of a billion people, all of it awaits you.