Is rural India really a “third world?” Here’s my experience.
Rural India is not a poverty-stricken third world. I’ve spent enough time living in my wife’s village in Rajasthan, and her small town in Haryana, to see this.
Watch me at my wife’s village in Rajasthan https://youtu.be/BK3skVMUmrQ.
Rural Indians are strong, resilient, and self-sufficient people. They work hard as farmers, they eat fresh food from their fields, and they make their own yoghurt and butter from their cow’s milk.
Their kids take the bus to school, and during COVID, they used their smartphones and 4G internet to attend online classes.
Their houses might look different, but they’re spacious and the rope “khaat” beds are comfortable, plus most of the year we enjoy sleeping on the roof in the fresh air too.
Villages might not have all the development & modern conveniences of a city, but they are living a pure life close to nature which I admire.
So, what do you admire about rural India?
2) SUPPORT THE CONTENT I CREATE & GET SPECIAL BENEFITS 🙏🏻❤️
Press the blue JOIN button or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtfXgNnA-QcxjHJjk5wXLFg/join.
3) WANT TO TRAVEL TO INDIA?
Read my quick-start safety guide at https://blog.karlrock.com/india-survival-guide/.
4) WANT TO LEARN HINDI हिन्दी?
Learn Hindi Faster Than I Did! is free at https://blog.karlrock.com/how-to-learn-hindi-faster-than-i-did/.
#Shorts #India #Mythbusters #Mythbuster #Indian #Rajasthan #Haryana #Farming #Villages #RuralIndia #Indianvillages #Villagelife #ManishaMalik #Myths #KarlRock