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21. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Quoting arif_kool

I dont think such methods as the one adopted in Holland would work in India. Many of the men wont even understand what message is being conveyed. Education is the major issue in india and once we achieve 100% literacy, such methods may work.


Yeah, maybe u are right.
A society has to develop, to a stage, where it is receptive, to certain ideas, before the ideas can be successfully incorporated.

I think the Indian ladies would be treated differently, to the foreign ones. The Indian ladies would be more able to stand up for themselves, being in their own environment, unlike we who are confused and in a foreign country.

I have not yet been to Kerala.
When I go to India, with my daugher, I will probably go there. I have heard that they get many tourists, so they would be used to people like us. Also, it is probably cleaner and more modern, than many parts of India, so a good place to take a child to.

22. Posted by arif_kool (Travel Guru 1757 posts) 9y

Kerala is the most literate and one of the most fantastic tourist destinations in india. Ur daughter will surely have a good time here..
U have a beautiful Hill station(Munnar) where u will find a lot of foreigners, then a wildlife reserve in Periyar where u can enjoy an elephant ride, then there is the famous backwater stretch from Allepy to Kollam where u can just drift, relax and enjoy in the serene waters.
I just loved Kerala. u surely will have a nice time there

Arif

23. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Thank you for the information Arif.:)
I will certainly keep it in mind.

Mel

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