- Live up to the proper dress code maintaining decency
and decorum at a place of worship. While in a Gurudwara or
Dargah, one must cover his/her head with a cloth.
- Equip yourself with comprehensive maps of the places
proposed to be visited in India.
- It is sensible to cover yourself with proper travel
insurance for thefts or any kind of loss.
- Dispose of your rubbish in a proper way, by not littering
roads, streets and public places.
- Make it a point to exchange money only through authorized
banks or certified moneychangers.
- Carry sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat wherever you
travel in India.
- Carry an International Driving License, which can be obtained through the Automobile Association. In case you are not driving, bring your drivers license with photo for identification.
- You are strictly prohibited to enter a temple, dargah,
tomb, or Gurudwara with your shoes on. Some of the Hindu and
Jain temples do not allow leather articles. Do not wear black
clothes while visiting a Jain temple.
- Do not give indulgence to the beggars by conferring
them with money or other articles.
- Avoid public show of personal affection, particularly
while in smaller cities and villages.
- Avoid leaving your cash and valuables in your hotel
rooms while you go out for sightseeing or any other purpose.
Distribute your cash in different pockets.
- Do not consume anything offered by fellow passengers
on public transport.
- Do not drink water from any unknown source. Strictly
stick to drinking bottled water only.
- Do not take photographs women without their consent.