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RE: Again, don't go to India.
Whatever! Here comes that broken record again with all the shriekiness.

I don't recommend it for pussy either but if that's all you're looking for in life, by all means avoid it.

If, however, you're looking to enjoy culture and have an awesome experience, there are many areas in India that are "not crappy" and can be enjoyed by men.

I was born there and had a great experience growing up there. Many of my traits and values today including being able to stand up for myself, come from there.

So, hate all you want but be careful what bandwagon you jump on without forming your own opinion from actual experience.

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(11-09-2017 12:13 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  


After watching that video, I decided to look up air quality in India.

http://aqicn.org/city/delhi/ito/

It is one of a handful of countries in the world facing hazardous air pollution. Delhi literally got rated as not safe to be outside in that air. It has worse ratings than China, which is supposed to be the face of bad air pollution. Mexico and the Middle East have bad pollution too, but on the world map, India seems to top the list.

Damn shame that India and China have the ability to be economic powerhouses but yet people can barely step outside to enjoy it.

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I like Indian people...they have been great friends to me in North America.... I like Indian cuisine ...spicy, very tasty....but let me write this clearly "don't go to India for gaming." This comes from a guy who got his Indian flag from a big-breasted 7, and whom Indian women living in North America finds handsome (more on this point below). I hope there are other forum members who have excellent game, and figured out India. I would like to listen and learn. Anyway, here is my story....

I spent more than a month in India, and stayed in more than three cities. Full disclosure.... I was working hard, and my logistics were impossible to bring a woman to my place--for reasons I do not want to disclose-- but every time I went out, I looked for opportunities to game Indian women but could not find much opportunity....so I gamed Japanese, Taiwanese, Ukrainian tourists instead. In most cases, Indian women were below my standards, and in rare cases when they were above, it seemed impossible to penetrate to their circle. The only gaming opportunity was at work where there was at least one interested woman but I did not want to shit where I eat. She was a 6 after all so it would not worth it. She kept sending me IOIs during my stay which I ignored.

If you go to Delhi, check Hauz Khas to game tourists. This is the place to be. Museums and tourist attractions are also good place to game tourists.

One of my biggest surprises in Delhi was seeing colored-eyed "Caucasian" Indians. I was told that they were from regions close to Himalaya.

Goa was nice but I went there to chill in a hotel for a few days. I was hoping to game hotel guests but they were old tourists (daaa, how many youngs can afford an upscale hotel), and none were worth to game. I think I went to Goa in the low season. At least, I enjoyed my vacation.

So how did I get my Indian flag? Not in India. I got it in Singapore from a coffee house day game. A highly educated woman in her late 20s working in finance. I still remember the breasts Biggrin . I could have SNL but she was busy on that night. On our first date, I took her to a place in Clarke Quay, and she was all over me while dancing within 15 minutes so I asked "Should we go to my place or your place?" We went to her place Biggrin . After sex, during my usual interrogation of why she slept with me, she told me "how can I be with a guy like you". This was obvious given how she made it easy for me. She was not the first Indian woman to like my physical appearance. I have been approached by Indian woman in North America (NA) before although they are not naturally forward (how many women are forward anyway). I especially remember one which I later learned that she was the daughter of a very rich industrialist in India. She was not beautiful but attractive in ways I can't explain. However, the rich brat pissed me off, and I ditched her. There was another one whom I met briefly in a night club in NA. We figured out that we have a common Indian male friend. A few days later, Indian male friend told me that she wants to talk to me. I understood that she wants to go out with me. As a gentleman I went out with her although she was not my type, and did not sleep with her although she waited in my car for a long time to kiss her when I gave her a ride to her place.

I wrote these not to brag but to make a point that even a guy, who is considered to be handsome by Indian women, could not figure out India.

I have not done proper night gaming in India by going to clubs although I like it, mainly due to my logistics. I went to Hauz Khas bars at night though. Admittedly, this is a big weakness in my conclusion of "don't go to India for gaming."

Would I visit India again? I might but to do some more sight seeing, and if I know that I will get better logistics. Would I be successful? I could get one or two but I would not bet on it. I would rather go there with a girl, or mainly game tourists. Second time to India is way way down in my list at any rate.

So, any of you figured out India? If so, kudos to you, and let us enlighten with your wisdom.

Denzel.
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Never been to India, but the only girl I've ever loved completely was half Indian. We were in a relationship for years. Never broke up, but drifted apart by several re-locations.
She had an Indian mom and African dad. Her features were a lot more Indian, as she's predominantly more like her mom.

I've met a LOT of actual Indian girls in my day, but never had any interest in them. With two mild exceptions:

1. Fresh off the boat sweet Indian I took a class with in my final semester of college. 6 on the scale - cute face and body.
She was into me, and we hung out for hours after class a few times, but never went beyond that. I had mentally checked out of college life, I guess.
As a result, I never asked her number. I just gave her mine and asked her to call or text.

Being the traditional and shy Indian girl she was, she probably wasn't used to the ball being placed in her court like that. So she never hit me up.
I graduated and mostly forgot about her until now.

2. Big booty Indian girl working at the convenience store.
Another fresh off the boat Indian girl, but had the booty of strippers in Atlanta (well, almost).
For an Indian girl, this threw me off as they usually have mediocre shapes. Her face was a 4 at best, but that ass and hips were an 8.

I had a conversation with her once, to test the waters. She seemed open to further game, but somehow I never made any further moves.

So what I'm saying in essence is, when it comes to Indian girls, I have FAILED! Banana


As for visiting India, it's very very low on my list (if even on it).
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India has actually improved a lot since I was a kid in the 90's. Cities like Chennai and Delhi are getting cleaned up pretty nicely. Chennai was a massive shit hole back in the day, now it's a lot cleaner, way less beggars, and zero animals on the streets. It's actually become kind of aesthetically pleasing, though the heat can be awful. Delhi similarly has improved quite a lot -- better roads, less traffic, vastly cleaner streets. I'm Indian-American, if I spoke Hindi I'd consider moving back to India in maybe twenty or thirty years. It has improved significantly in almost every direction since I was a child. I also saw tons of hot Indian girls in Delhi.

Most people also do India wrong, they just go to big cities and prominent tourist spots. Places like the Taj Mahal are amazing but India is a place where you need to go off the beaten track. The Himalayas are utterly gorgeous -- go to Ladakh or Himachal Pradesh for some of the best nature/scenery on the planet. There are many parts of India with vastly fewer people and great natural/cultural beauty. Anyone interested can PM me for recommendations. I can't say I've seen the country in it's entirety but I do know more than most.

Another country that people sleep on is NEPAL. Nepal has to be the most gorgeous place on the planet. It's like everything good about India with none of the bad. Food is delicious, the country is either beautiful jungle or the Himalayas, the culture is a lot more relaxed and laid back than India. Still conservative and family oriented but women are way hotter (mixed Asian/Indian genetics). There is also a bad ass Hindu temple in Kathmandu -- which is a beautiful city, way nicer than any city in India. Great tourist infrastructure too, getting trekking guides and the like is extremely easy.
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(11-18-2017 05:06 PM)Agastya Wrote:  ...

Did you pick up any chicks in Nepal? How was your experience? Chinese-Indian sounds like a nice mix.
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(11-18-2017 06:25 PM)churros Wrote:  
(11-18-2017 05:06 PM)Agastya Wrote:  ...

Did you pick up any chicks in Nepal? How was your experience? Chinese-Indian sounds like a nice mix.

I did but they weren't Nepali. My current girlfriend (Chinese) came to visit me in Kathmandu. After that I went on a trek in one of Nepal's remote northern regions. I was supposed to go with just myself and a tour guide, but some girl from New Delhi ended up tagging along (this region is inaccessible for tourists unless you go in groups of two or more). She was decently cute though kind of old (32), and ended up giving me a handjob in a shitty Tibetan village.

She also had an annoying ass personality -- she was supposed to continue travelling with me after the trek, as I was planning to go to southern Nepal, but eventually I had enough of her. I told her to fuck off and that I didn't like her. The rest of the trip was kind of awkward but I was spared having to spend anymore time with her.

Nepal has a lot of Peace Corps workers and foreigners teaching English or volunteering there. I had this Finnish aid worker hitting on me via Tinder and the Thamel area (Kathmandu's most modern area) is full of foreigners.

Nepali women are very attractive. One of the highlights of my trip was a beautiful Nepali village girl serving me marijuana chutney and freshly caught fish by a Himalayan river. Their overall vibe is a lot better than Indian girls. I think this is because Nepal is less polluted/fucked up, has a vastly better climate, and includes more meat and healthful vegetables in its cuisines. Nepal is also like 50% Buddhist so the more retarded elements of Hinduism get balanced out.

Overall, it's a beautiful country to visit. The people are generally pretty nice and relaxed, food is outstanding (like Indian food but healthier and better), and most of the country is either jungle or mountain scenery. There are a wide variety of environments too. I started a journey in a jungle that looked like the Amazon and ended in a high-altitude canyon area that looked like Arizona or Utah. It has a great tourist infrastructure too, going paragliding, skydiving, trekking, or wildlife viewing is extremely easy and not terribly expensive.

Nepal is also an awesome place for wildlife safaris. I went to a national park where I saw twelve Indian rhinos while walking around on foot. It's also possible to go snow leopard tracking and tigers are pretty visible in some areas. The country is one giant adventure, absolutely I place I plan on returning to.

One thing to keep in mind is that outside of Kathmandu, Nepal is VERY primitive. Kathmandu is a sizeable city but everything else is just villages. The roads in Nepal are also trash, easily the worst I've seen in my life. A lot of these roads are just mud tracks that you need a powerful ass 4x4 to navigate. You can also get into ridiculous situations with public transport. The wheel of one bus I was riding got slashed by a cliff and the driver refused to stop. This was on a shitty gravel road next to a thousand foot drop into the Kali Gandaki river. I think Nepalis might be the best drivers in the world, as I frequently saw them navigate roads that would horrify most western drivers.

Building off of this, I don't think Nepal would be good for pickup. Honestly, South Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa are not places you should go with the expectation of fucking women, especially not locals. It's possible but the culture just isn't geared toward that sort of thing. If you do go, enjoy it for the badass adventures it will give you and the beautiful scenery you'll see -- don't worry about women though a few tourists may drift your way.
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Your description of Nepal reminds me of my time in Sikkim: https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-54129.html

100% agree about the drivers. These guys were driving on pretty narrow, pot hole filled, mountain roads in a manual car. The way they navigated the cars was mesmerizing yet scary to watch.

Honestly, I wish I could get one of those drivers to a place where they had a race track ( maybe even in India) and watch them kill the competition.
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Fuck......I really want to see the Taj Mahal to check off another 7 Wonders of the Modern World on my list. From what I gather talking with people who have traveled to India (and are not Indians), it's hellishly hot, dirty, crowded and, in general, just a shithole. Guess I'll only spend enough time there to see the Taj and fly off to Thailand.

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^ Visiting Taj Mahal in Agra is a must. It is totally worth it. Even visiting Fatehpur Sikri is a must. It will not be too hot if you go to Delhi in January or February. India is crowded but it did not bother me but it is dirty.

Coincidentally, I have just read what 20Nation, another forum member, wrote somewhere else. He reports that he had success with TINDER in India. I was not using online game during my visit but I can see why this is the way to go. Anyone else who had success with Tinder?
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Midway through my 2nd yearly month+ India trip and I can confirm Tinder works in both Mumbai and Pune. All in all 3 bangs from it so far.

In a few weeks I will write up my full experiences in India for the forum. I’ve had a very different experience here than most. Currently sitting at 8 lays across a total time in-country of 13 weeks (10 weeks first trip, 3 weeks second trip so far). Caveat, I do have a very unique setup here (ethnically white w/ very tight local connections here and a legitimate business reason for visiting). Will elaborate fully in the datasheet.
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(11-19-2017 11:24 PM)Agastya Wrote:  
(11-18-2017 06:25 PM)churros Wrote:  [quote='Agastya' pid='1685798' dateline='1511042782']
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Nepal is also like 50% Buddhist so the more retarded elements of Hinduism get balanced out.

Agastya, you seem to love making up facts.

According to the 2011 census, 81.3% of the Nepalese population was Hindu, 9.0% was Buddhist, 4.4% was Muslim, 3.0% was Kiratist (indigenous ethnic religion), 1.4% was Christian, 0.2% was Sikhs, 0.1% was Jains and 0.6% follow other religions or no religion.

It's cool that you are sharing your experiences, but lay off the judgmental stuff when you can't even get the basic facts straight.
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I find it funny that these white guys on here are always on about masculinity and then moan like little kids over air quality LOL. There are 22 million people in New Delhi living and if you can't see what India has to offer then perhaps you aren't as intelligent as you think you are.

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^I didn’t know that masculinity and a desire to breathe fresh air were mutually exclusive. Perhaps India should focus on providing its citizens with indoor plumbing and access to potable water before seeking world domination, just a thought.

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(12-08-2017 10:22 PM)ThirdWorldRising Wrote:  I find it funny that these white guys on here are always on about masculinity and then moan like little kids over air quality LOL. There are 22 million people in New Delhi living and if you can't see what India has to offer then perhaps you aren't as intelligent as you think you are.

I guess when seeing comment like this it makes sense that Indian buds of mine complain about the mindless patriotism of some Indians who refuse to recognize so many of the glaring faults of the country.

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And still Indians and Chinese will queue up in front of US embassy begging for a visa. And if they get residency in a Western country, they will flaunt there passport to buy groceries. Crumbling infrastructure, dirty roads, people don't wear deos. Wonder what is there to feel proud in india apart from 1.3 B population.
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(12-08-2017 10:22 PM)ThirdWorldRising Wrote:  Roll on 2050, A Chinese and Indian world order is coming

One toilet at a time.

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Disagree with this post. India is a great experience. If girls are a priority, you can definitely bang tourists and backpackers - all my friends have done this in their epic trips/journeys in India.
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Yeahhhhh, right....All my friends slept with only8sandup backpackers in their epic trips in India.

(12-09-2017 10:37 PM)Only8sandup Wrote:  Disagree with this post. India is a great experience. If girls are a priority, you can definitely bang tourists and backpackers - all my friends have done this in their epic trips/journeys in India.

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(12-09-2017 11:32 PM)Denzel Wrote:  ^
Yeahhhhh, right....Have you ever been to India?

(12-09-2017 10:37 PM)Only8sandup Wrote:  Disagree with this post. India is a great experience. If girls are a priority, you can definitely bang tourists and backpackers - all my friends have done this in their epic trips/journeys in India.

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I think the better question is, have you?
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I never understand dudes that travel to some city/country to bang tourists, i.e., girls that don't even live there. If you like a certain type of girl, why don't you go where they actually live? Makes for targets far greater in quantity and quality.

It's one thing if the poon just falls in your lap, but goin to India to just bang the tourists (or worse - backpackers, who are almost uniformly 6s or below) is a dumb move. I'd much rather get my ass out to LatAm/EE/SEA and have the locals waiting for me instead.

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Don’t know if that was directed at me ^ but I agree with you 100%. I said go to India for a great overall experience. Not everything in life has to be about girls. Making travel decisions solely based on meeting girls is sad af.
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(12-10-2017 05:13 AM)jselysianeagle Wrote:  I never understand dudes that travel to some city/country to bang tourists, i.e., girls that don't even live there.

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Only8sandup's hallucinations were amusing to read. Goodbye troll

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(12-09-2017 11:32 PM)Denzel Wrote:  ^
Yeahhhhh, right....All my friends slept with only8sandup backpackers in their epic trips in India.

(12-09-2017 10:37 PM)Only8sandup Wrote:  Disagree with this post. India is a great experience. If girls are a priority, you can definitely bang tourists and backpackers - all my friends have done this in their epic trips/journeys in India.
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