You may be in shock after listening to this statement but you need to believe it. There are some places in India where Indians are not allowed, only foreigners can have access to those places. Surprisingly most of the places or areas are run by Indians themselves. Yet we are restricted to enter these places. Here, let us see about those places in detail.
Red Lollipop Hostel, Chennai
The Red lollipop Hostel is located in the Chennai Mandaveli area where Indian citizens aren't allowed but only reserved for expatriates. They might allow Indians with a foreign passport, admission to this hostel is only through passport
Free Kasol Cafe, Kasol
A roadside cafe which came into existence and gained popularity by the frustration of the manager when he denied giving the food menu for Indian girl but welcoming the foreign guests warmly. But, later the owner gave an explanation that he was in a bad mood on that day.
Russian Colony, Kundankulan
As per the reports, a residential complex near Kundankulan Nuclear Power project is called a Russian colony where Indians are not allowed and only accommodates the staff who are working in the power plant. Besides that, they also have hotels, clubs and other recreating areas.
Sakura Ryokan Restaurant, Ahmedabad
This is a Japanese restaurant in Ahmedabad Gujarat where only Japanese people are allowed to have food at this place. The reason behind not allowing the Indian citizens is that the waitresses at the restaurant suffered from constant ogling. Thus the rule was implemented by the owner.
Norbulingka Cafe, Dharmashala
This beautiful cafe has the scenery of landscapes, gardens, gates and many more. This is a well-maintained cafe that provides good facilities and great ambience. But, no matter how beautiful it looks this is another example of showing racism towards Indians.
Foreign Beaches (Goa, Puducherry)
Goa and Puducherry are some of the great holiday spots with beaches in India. Some of the beaches in Goa and Pondicherry are restricted to Indians. Local restaurant and beach owners are claiming that they are protecting foreigners from lusty gaze by Indians.
(Image Courtesy; Shutterstock)