Relocating abroad to India will be an exciting experience for expatriates.
TheOtherHome.com editor Manoj Aggarwal said the nation is a "culturally diverse country".
It has a huge number of people with many different languages, cuisines and religions, he continued.
Almost every major religion is represented in the country, which has a multitude of nationalities and races, as well as centres of classical music and dance, the specialist continued.
"The Indian culture is an epitome of unity in diversity," Mr Aggarwal continued, suggesting that people should be "prepared to be surprised" by the contrasting cultures of the region.
Indian people are generally faithful to their religious beliefs, hospitable and accepting, he remarked.
However, expatriate medical insurance is still a very important purchase for people moving to India.
The UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office notes private healthcare facilities in the country can be expensive, although they are available, while psychiatric treatments might only be found in major cities.