Updated this year—its previous version came out in 1999—the traveller's guide and the scholar's manual released by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations has notes on how to live and be in India as short-term visitors.
"Educated women have cast aside many customary inhibitions and have come forward in many ways in the past few decades.
Its overall appeal in a country with an overwhelmingly young population is on expected lines.
However, what surprised many is the claim that Indian women were more active swiping on profiles than men, especially after a series of media reports on Indian men not finding any matches on Tinder.
Dating is not common in India." There are some handy tips for hostel life.If you're married, don't get on Tinder"There are married guys, who have pictures with their wives. There are guys with gym pictures, and a line that says 'Looking for a hook up', but no bio.After 50 left swipes, you get one guy who's interesting enough to right swipe."- Neha, 27, Mumbai Treat the other person with respect"Don't be gross and be within the purview of being permissible. I think there are no do's and don'ts, if you treat the other person with respect.The ninth edition of the traveller’s guide and scholar’s manual released by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations has notes on how to live and be in India as short-term visitors.It is intended to give international visitors and students a glimpse into India, its people and traditions.