Introduction: Why do people leave their luxurious life in the US and go back to India?
It’s no secret that the United States is a country where you can live your life in luxury. It’s also no secret that people are leaving their luxurious lives in the US and going back to India. Why? Because they want to find happiness without all the stuff. They want to be alone while they are rich instead of being rich and surrounded by many people. Some people just want to be alone while they are rich instead of being rich and surrounded by many people.”
The United States is a dream land for many people in India. It’s also the same for many people from other countries as well. People want to go there because they want a good education and a good job, but they also want enough money in their pocket so they can live on their own without depending on anyone else for help or support.
People from India have been migrating to America since 1790, when the first indentured servants were brought over by British ships from India; these were known as “black immigrants” because of their dark skin color at the time (they were referred to as black only until later). Many other ethnic groups have followed suit over time, including Chinese immigrants who arrived around 1870-1880 after persecution under imperial rule prompted them flee abroad; Japanese Americans who came during WWII (when Japan was an enemy nation); Koreans fleeing famine conditions at home; Mexicans fleeing economic hardship due to NAFTA agreements signed between Canada & Mexico; Central Americans fleeing political violence caused by conflict between drug cartels operating outside borders into neighboring countries like El Salvador
Luxury Life is different in India and US.
The luxury life in India is different from the US. In India, we measure our happiness with a big house and money. In the US, they measure their happiness with a big house and money as well.
Luxury is something that you can’t buy or sell; it’s something you feel when everything around you is beautiful and perfect.
Happiness is not measured with the luxury Life.
Happiness is not measured with the luxury Life.
Happiness is a feeling that makes you feel good about yourself, your life and the world around you. It’s a feeling of contentment and fulfillment, especially when you’re living in accordance with your values and goals. When we are happy, it shows through our actions—we’re more likely to smile at strangers on the street or help someone who needs assistance without thinking twice about it; we make eye contact with those around us instead of looking down at phones; we focus on what matters most instead of what’s right in front of us right now (like checking Twitter or Facebook).
We all want happiness but many people struggle with finding it because they don’t know how to achieve it or they don’t recognize when they’ve achieved some form of happiness until after its gone away again!
Some people just want to be alone while they are rich instead of being rich and surrounded by many people.
Some people just want to be alone while they are rich instead of being rich and surrounded by many people. They feel too much pressure in social life, and so they choose to go back to India where there is no such thing as a “social life” for them.
These people have come from different backgrounds, but all have one thing in common – their love for the solitude that comes with being an Indian citizen who has money!
People leave their luxurious life in the US and go back to India to find happiness.
People leave their luxurious life in the US and go back to India because they want to be alone.
They want to spend time with themselves, without any distractions from technology or other people. They want to learn about themselves and live by their own rules, which may not always be convenient for other people around them.
People also leave their luxurious life in the US so that they can find happiness again after a long time of feeling lonely or unhappy with their current situation (or even if it’s been years).
It’s hard to know what people want. It’s even harder to know what they need. But one thing we do know is that if you have the means, you can take your life back and make it better than ever before—not only for yourself, but also for those around you. And if that means leaving behind all those things that make life “normal” in order to pursue something more adventurous (or maybe just different), then so be it! There are plenty of other people out there who’d be happy to have your company on this journey too; don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.”
Born in the beautiful Tea state of India, Assam . Staying in Bangalore, India .Working as a Chef in Jw Marriot, Bangalore. I am the blog-master at Discus4U. A creative, hyper-active and fun loving blogger who loves to discuss anything. I’m an adhd sufferer, who can’t concentrate on one job. I don’t like to be in one place for too long so I switch jobs often. I am an optimistic person and always try to help people. I love animals and my favorite music is Rap. child at heart and always happy and smiling.