Vegetarianism is a way of life in India, but how do vegetarians survive in countries where vegetarianism is not so common? This article explores the different strategies that vegetarians can use when travelling outside India. Firstly, it suggests researching local restaurants for vegetarian options and looking for food items without animal ingredients. Secondly, it suggests carrying snacks and ingredients to prepare vegetarian meals. Finally, it encourages looking for vegetarian communities or joining vegetarian tours to make it easier to find vegetarian options. In conclusion, vegetarianism can be maintained even when travelling abroad by taking the right steps.
The term "The West" is still used often by the media to refer to certain countries and regions, despite being a vague and outdated term. The West is typically associated with countries in Europe and North America, but also includes countries such as Australia and New Zealand. The term is often used to refer to the political and economic systems of these countries, and to draw a comparison between them and other parts of the world. It is an oversimplified way of looking at the world, reducing it to a dichotomy of 'us' and 'them'. The term also serves to create a sense of unity between these countries, and to disregard the cultural, economic and political differences between them.