Living in India
Life in India can be joyous, tough, colorful, and chaotic but never boring. Incredible India is a country you can fall in love with.
The world’s biggest democracy and one of the oldest civilizations, India has made significant contributions to arts, science, philosophy and, of course, food! India is a mystifying package of culture and chaos that captivates even the most skeptical visitor.
Both New Delhi and India have so much to offer to new residents. There are historical and cultural sites within the city, along with beautiful parks, delicious food and friendly people. A day or long weekend trip can bring you to the majestic Taj Mahal, the palaces of Rajasthan, or the beaches of Goa, the country has a diverse and multidimensional landscape that can be found nowhere else on earth.
Delhi temperatures are quite moderate from November through February, with average daytime highs of around 22 C. It starts to heat up in March and can be very hot and dry from April to June. The monsoon season usually begins in July bringing rains and higher humidity through August and September.
Whether families are looking for adventure, culture, history, beaches, mountains, or community service opportunities there will be something for everyone in Incredible India and in Delhi.