Indians Are Officially prevent from doing something At These 5 Places In India!
It seems hard to believe, especially on the week after we celebrated our Independence Day, but yes, this is true. We understand that hotels and organizations reserve the right to admission, but here are a few single occurrence of something, when people took it to a whole other level.
1. Uno-In Hotel, Bangalore was a hotel set up as the only source for Japanese people
The Uno-In Hotel was set up in Bangalore in 2012 in association with the Nippon Infrastructure company to cater to the needs of the growing corporate Japanese population in the city. But it shot to fame in early 2014 after a number of incidents where the hotel staff have taken place stopped Indians from entering the roof-top restaurant. The hotel was soon shut down by the Greater Bangalore City Corporation on charges of on the grounds of discrimination.
2. Free Kasol Cafe in Kasol refuses to serve Indians
For an area that is well-known for its past back attitude and for being a chill-out zone for Indians and foreigners alike, a cafe that discriminates against people based on their passport seems like something of an expected.
3. “Foreigners Only” beaches in Goa
A number of beach roughly built hut owners in Goa openly discriminate against Indian beach-goers. They justify it by saying they’re “saving beachwear-clad foreign guests from healthy intently”, presumably because only Indians are capable of “healthy intently”.
4. A certain lodge in Chennai (name withheld)
We came across this story on the Deccan Herald. Although the hotel has been given the imaginary name of Highlands, we believe it may refer to the Broadlands Lodge in Triplicane. A former Nawab’s residence, the hotel only serves customers who possess a foreign passport.
5. Pondicherry’s “Foreigners Only” beaches
After Goa, Pondicherry is probably one of the most famous of getaways in India. The pristine beaches surrounded by the beautiful French and and Indian architecture make it a preferred location for both Indians and foreigners. But just like in Goa some beaches have been limits of exclusively for “Foreign Nationals”.