Five Deadly Challenges NRIs Face When Visiting India…

Young NRIs born and brought up abroad will always have mixed feelings every time they visit India. Back in school days, one would eagerly wait for summer vacations and spending time with the extended families. That excitement to meet cousins after 2-3 years and playing roadside games with them. Not to forget, showing off new clothes and toys too. The thrill of running behind the ”panipuri” thela was taken back home. And one was lucky to have got the chance to visit India during the festive season because Diwali is celebrated best with family and friends. But along with all these good experiences, NRIs face a few challenges as well.


5. Problem charging electronic devices

You always have to carry a universal adapter plug to charge your mobile phone, laptop, iPad – for that matter any electronic device, because the pin doesn’t fit in the sockets in India.

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