I am a proud Indian who believes we Indians are there everywhere, all across the World spreading love, making friends, motivating others, encouraging peace and empowering ourselves for a better tomorrow.
India is the second most populous country in the World with diversity in geography, Indian traditions are now being followed all across the World and Hindi language is gaining its lost recognition. Over the years we have witnesses a lot of tourist attraction to India, and the reason is more than the hospitality, its the feeling of friendliness and togetherness. You would never feel like a stranger, each person that you meet shall greet you with a smile; each door that you knock shall open up and welcome you for dinner; each place that you visit shall reveal an untold story, a history of Heroes and the victory of right over wrong.
I love my country and its traditions. Waking up early morning with a Surya Namaskar, worshipping God and taking blessings from Elders is what marks the fresh start of the day. Walking on the grass and smelling the fragrant flowers, eating fresh fruits and veggies rite from the garden, Indian sweets and delicacies defines India. The enjoyment with Kites on Sakranti, the happiness of harvest on Lohri, the joy of colours on Holi, the bond of Brother and Sister on Rakhi, the birth of Lord Krishna on Janamashtami, the celebration of Godesses Durga on Navratri, the good over evil on Dusshera, the celebration of togetherness with lights and crackers on Diwali is the essence of India.
Its out tradition that gives us the strength within us that today we dare to even reach the sky, no star is too high. Today Non resident Indians are there all across the World, they are there at U.S, Canada, UK, Australia, France, Germany, South Africa, China, everywhere, living in the city with India in their heart, following their culture, their age old Indian tradition, celebrating festivity with their friends and spreading Indian culture across. As India gets globalized, the world is getting more Indianized and now we are all a FAMILY.
The Word 'Hans' in India means Swan. It is considered to be the vehicle of Lord Brahma, the creator of the Universe, Hans is also the vehicle of Goddess Saraswati. Make LuftHANSa your vehicle, be proud to be an Indian, reach the sky with Lufthansa.
MORE INDIAN THAN YOU THINK!