It is a question that has come up a lot since the book was published in 2014.
“How to live in India?” a reader wrote.
“This is an important question that many people don’t know.
For those who don’t think about it, there are some things that need to be said.
First of all, if you want to live here, you need to live on the land.
If you want a life that you are happy with, you should move to India and have a big house in Delhi.
The other thing is, you cannot live in a small house with a garden, you have to be able to live comfortably.
I would like to clarify what I am talking about.
A lot of people think that living in India means that you live in an abattoir.
I want to clarify that if you are a farmer or a person living in an agricultural area, you don’t need to go to a farm.
You can stay here and live in one of these houses that are built in the countryside.
In some parts of the country, you can live in the house of your choice.
I think that the reason why people think they live in abattories is because they are scared of them.”
The first thing to do when you are deciding on a place to live is to think about what it means to live there.
There are different things you need when you decide whether you want the accommodation, the infrastructure, the services.
A house in a slum or a place with a lot of slums is not going to be ideal for you.
A big house is also not going the same for everyone.
“You can have a nice house with lots of windows, or you can have an abode that is a big place, but you need a lot more to make it comfortable.
That is why a small apartment is ideal.
I live in this big apartment in Delhi, and I am not really comfortable with the living conditions there,” said a resident of a slums.
“There is nothing in the slums that I am comfortable with.
The slums are too big for me.
They are overcrowded, they have no toilets, there is a lot that is not clean, there has to be a lot to do,” said another resident of the slum.
“The people living in slums have not a clue about how to live with other people,” said one person.
“They are not educated and they are not interested in learning about the environment.
They do not have a good education.
There is no education for them.
If they go to India to get a degree or a certificate, they can’t do much with it.
They cannot move to a different place and live there,” he said.
“It is not easy to live a simple life in India.
You have to pay a lot.
A little money is not much to pay the rent, but if you have a small salary, you will be able afford a good house, a good garden, and a nice garden.
In a small town like New Delhi, a house is not cheap.
A small house costs about Rs 30,000 a month,” he added.
“If you live on a farm, you might have a farm and a cow or a pig, but the house will cost you a lot, especially in rural areas, and there is no room for them,” he pointed out.
“In a small village, you may not have enough space to have a garden.
There should be a small space for a garden or a house that you can grow your own vegetables.
You need a nice, well-appointed house.
I am afraid that you will have to leave the country.
You will have a lot problems with the environment and your life will be hard,” he concluded.
“When I was growing up in New Delhi I was in the habit of spending a lot on clothes.
You don’t have to wear anything and you can always buy something new if you need it.
But you will not be able buy a new car, because you are not prepared for a new job, and it is too expensive,” he observed.
“My house has a lot windows and a big courtyard.
I have an indoor toilet and a small shed with a shed and a shed in it.
In the garden, there should be lots of flowers.
There will be a garden with lots and lots of trees and bushes.
If I have a little garden, I will be happy to have it in the winter and in the summer.
You won’t have enough room for your animals.
The weather is very bad, the trees are very small, and in summer there is very little shade,” he explained.
“I have not been able to find a good job here.
I can’t afford to buy a house here.
But in the city, if I am lucky, I can afford to live anywhere