Ask a road junky. Last week to test how much info road junkies are carrying around in their heads we offered $100 bucks for the best answer[s} to 7 questions about India. A lot of good info came in, particularly from Omer Waizman, Christine Chew, Nihit Jain, Harman Singh, Ajay Goyal, Manish Banthia and Arif Isuptonogood… But Yifa Rachael Yaakov wins and we’re sure you can see why: RJ: Which are the best 5 places to go in India and why? Yifa: 1. Amritsar. It is something completely different. Many Sikhs will tell you that you will never see a beggar there. I didn’t. The atmosphere there is special, you can spend hours at the Golden Temple listening to the beauty of the hymns and reading the translations, and it will surely make you smile and warm your heart when you hop on an autorickshaw and see that it is outfitted with blue lights and a super sound system for blasting that bhangra. And the countryside with its rice fields and tiny village gurudwaras is just around the corner. History lovers will particularly enjoy learning more about (partitioned) Punjab, while food lovers will learn to cram tandoori chicken, chicken tikka,… Read full this story
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