13 Indians Define Their Biggest Cultural Shock When They Went To America
Public transport is very well connected and calling for a cab seems a costly affair.
Shops close too early depending on the city you live in, so keep some stock always.
There is no such thing as a vegetarian cheeseburger. It has beef. Look for your options carefully
People have early dinners. Say 6 pm.
America is not just about the big cities which you see in the movies. It is also about the smart apartments and villages
As is a popular belief, not everybody owns a luxury car in America.
People smile and have a small talk whenever they can. Get used to it.
Indians are not aliens to them. They are chill. Did anyone say 'bindi'?
Getting a doctor's appointment is difficult. Check for yourself or start taking care of yourself.
Portion sizes are HUGE. Order carefully
Trains can be expensive, sometimes even more expensive than planes.
Winters can be depressing when most of the people and shops are shut but autumn and spring bring a different story.
Owning a gun is common in the US. Don’t freak out. They have this norm for their safety.