The Indian Government introduced an eVisa scheme on 1 January 2010. It was initially tested for citizens of five countries. A year later, it was extended to include a total of 11 countries. And, from 15 April 2014 it was extended to include South Korea.
The best Indian itineraries are the simplest. It isn't possible to see everything in a single trip, even if you spent a year trying. It's far better to concentrate on one or two specific regions and, above all, be flexible. Although it requires a deliberate change of pace to venture away from the towns and cities, rural India has its own very distinct pleasures. In fact, although Indian cities are undoubtedly adrenalin-fuelled, upbeat places, it is possible – and certainly less stressful – to travel for months around the subcontinent and rarely have to set foot in one.
India has the second largest population in the world, and food is an important part of Indian culture. The food eaten varies from place to place. Each part of India has its own style of cooking and special dishes. According to some ancient traditions in India, food is a gift from God and food should be prepared and eaten slowly, with seriousness and concentration.