Here are various opinions of travelling in India, given to me by people who've been there.
'It's... well, it's... so... err...'
'India is like going back to basics in every aspect of life.'
'Spend the whole six months there. You won't regret a single day.'
'India makes you think. Constantly.'
'...hard to explain... intense I suppose... umm...'
'Every day you see something different that blows your mind.'
'It's the most infuriating, dirty, depressing place I've ever been. I left after two weeks and don't ever want to go back.'
'Every single day in India you experience every type of emotion: anger, horror, pity, joy, frustration, amazement, disgust, elation. It's a real roller-coaster ride.'
'...hang on... I nearly had it then...'
'India challenges all your preconceptions of life.'
'You'll be dying to get on that plane out of Delhi. And two weeks later you'll be dying to go back again.'
'...ah sod it, you'll just have to go yourself. It's an enigma.'
They're all right, in their own way. And my opinion? I love it, utterly!