Is Mumbai or New Dehli a better first stop for first timers? I'm going in about a month

Is Mumbai or New Dehli a better first stop for first timers? I'm going in about a month

Why is this part of the world ignored on SighSee? I never see anyone talk about it.

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    one of the janitors is an indian guy who deletes everything encouraging white guys to travel to india lol

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I land Mumbai Oct 22. Definitely Mumbai is the place to head first. You can go North to Parvati Valley or South to Goa. Can also go to Pune which is nearby.

    Everything is a cheap flight away from Mumbai and our closest international airport from USA. If you are doing the online thing, use slang and be as real as possible. Indian guys "chadfish" with regular white guy pictures to shame their women. They are very apprehensive about talking to white guys online due to the majority of them being currycels in disguise.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why would you spend time in mumbai? Don't get me wrong theres nice places in India but mumbai and delhi are one of the biggest shitholes.

      Just take a connecting flight to literally anywhere else instantly.

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    > Why is this part of the world ignored on SighSee? I never see anyone talk about it.
    There are currently five open threads about South Asia, including at least one other specifically about India, although that Anon is going to Madras/Chennai. I think people post about it quite frequently here, including some dude who is marrying an Indian girl and has spent several years there.

    Anyhow, Delhi is larger and more historic, but has much worse air quality and traffic, among other flaws. Mumbai is more accessible and a little less overwhelming—it also has sidewalks instead of gutters.

    I’ve been to both and enjoy Mumbai somewhat more, but I enjoyed Delhi too when I had a local friend show me around. And neither is as easy to enjoy as some of the smaller cities IMO.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      And duhh, Mumbai is larger than Delhi in population. But Delhi is more sprawling and felt bigger to me when I was there. Still prefer Mumbai.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I think people post about it quite frequently here, including some dude who is marrying an Indian girl and has spent several years there.
      Pretty sure you're talking about me.

      I haven't bothered replying to most of these threads because they're all clearly troll-bait. A certain 1-2 posters have become absolutely convinced that there's a "Pojeet" janitor out to get them, and have taken to creating several India-themed threads per day. None of these threads ever ask specific questions, but instead include pictures and in-text references to "cooming."

      Case in point: the person creating the spam threads constantly claims to be "going to India in about a month." This person has been about to go to India in a month for the past six months. However, despite going on a big trip, they're asking no relevant questions, have posted a picture intended to encourage discussion about COOMing, and threw in the bit about "I never see anyone talking about it" so that other people will babble about the POOJEET janny (although what they usually do is just samegay themselves until the thread gets deleted).

      IMO there's almost never point replying to India threads these days, since almost all of them are made by /misc/tards and a cabal of 2-3 obsessive COOMers

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        I enjoy your help, bro.
        Excited to see the Parvati Valley and later Goa. Nothing is set in stone though and I always look into everywhere you mention. Have you been North-East? Thoughts? I saw a trans woman from there that look Asian, pretty crazy. Is the culture similar to Burmese there?

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not OP, but I’m thinking of spending about 12 days in India. Jaipur is a definite, but other than that, I’m not sure. What’s a place in south India that offers great historical sites but also some good city life?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      why Jaipur? I noticed the hottest poojetas are from there

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Go to kochi / mysore

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why does no one travel to north india? The coming is next level, white poojeetas and Darjeeling looks amazing

  6. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I feel like I pull tail in india but the fact that only 1 in 1000 women look alright there is quite the deterrent

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