11 Reasons For An Indian Summer
So how exactly do you benefit from visiting India in the summer? Plenty. Mumbai’s Ganesh Chaturthi Festival, Ayurvedic treatment during the wet, moist monsoon season, and mango fever. Yes, Mago fever, or mania, as experienced during the early parts of the summer when the emergence of this revered fruit makes newspaper headlines and Indians all over celebrate the coming of the season. I once thought that I was experiencing a kumquat craze, but it turned out to only be a mild cold.
For more reasons — eleven to be exact — check out this Matador piece.