Worst things in India

Worst Things about India:

There are many things that you will see in India. And after seeing it, you will be in shock. Many get angry about this. Worst things in India

Today we are going to discuss some of the worst things done in India. Even I am an Indian but I can’t tolerate seeing these kinds of things done in India. I really feel angry after seeing this.  Let us hope for a clean, green and peaceful India.

Okay, let’s get started

9. Noise Pollutions: 

Yes, due to the high population, the noise pollution level in India is very high. As a result of this, a lot of people are suffering from sleep disruption, stress-related illnesses, and high blood pressure. They even destroy tiny hairs in the ear. The environment is very noisy.

8. Litter:

With Dengue Series… Gateway of Sonia Vihar with full of garbage in East Delhi. EXPRESS PHOTO BY PRAVEEN KHANNA 07 06 2017. *** Local Caption *** With Dengue Series… Gateway of Sonia Vihar with full of garbage in East Delhi. EXPRESS PHOTO BY PRAVEEN KHANNA 07 06 2017.

Some states in India are very much dirty. They have litters thrown everywhere. There are no proper places to throw these litters. Who is the blame? The people blame the government and the government blames the local people. These litters destroy the beauty of the places in India. So, some foreigners have said, India is a big latrine.

7. Touts:

The people advertise for their things to the customers in an aggressive way. The businessman, salesman tout people for buying things from their shop and praises that thing valuably. Moreover, the auto-drivers and taxi drivers even tout people to sit in their vehicles.

6. Religious Scammers:

Religious Scammers are one of the worst things in India. People cheat in the name of religion. Religious persons like Pujaris ask for money by pasting tika (a red dot of paste on the forehead) in the name of God. And in religious places, the noise is terrible. The people open shops near the temple and ask to buy things in the name of God.

5. Spit:

Indians really love to spit by chewing tobacco. Yes, every people chew tobacco, but Indians have another sentiment towards tobacco. They put tobacco on their mouth and speak with choked voice. And they frequently spit on the roads, rivers, and other public places.

4. Getting starred at:

If you look a little different from the local people, I promise you will be starred by many people. If you are on a bus, no matter how long have you been sitting on that bus, you will be starred till you get down or they get down. This is really irritating in India.

3. Badly Treated animals:


badly treated animals

Animals are treated very badly in India. There are a lot of street dogs in India. In fact, there are tons of street dogs. Not only the dogs, but there are many other animals treated very badly. The cow is treated as God in India, but we see many cows in India eating plastics on the streets.

Badly Treated animals

Indians believe cows as their mother but they even don’t give proper food to those cows.  A few days ago we have heard about the elephant being killed brutally. It was a pregnant elephant in Kerala.

2. Crowd in Stations:

Crowds in India
Crowd At Churchgate Railway Station, Bombay Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. (Photo by Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

The crowd in India is really horrible. If you ever been to a railway station you will see so many people going here and there. The railway platform is always crowded. The people selling things, the passengers in hurry, the announcements on the platform, etc will really irritate you.

1. The beggars:

The Beggars

India is the second-most populous country in the world next to China.  And due to overpopulation, many people are unemployed.  And you will see beggars in religious places, in railway platforms. Why don’t the Government take them and keep them in one place? Or why don’t the government make places for these types of people? They sleep on the road and streets.

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