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Information on handling beggars in Uttarakhand.

Handling Beggars in Uttarakhand

If you are traveling anywhere in India, you are bound to come across beggars. So is the case with Uttarakhand. Handling beggars in Uttarakhand is no big problem if you follow certain advices and precautions. Although you won't find beggars in the whole of Uttarakhand, but you are sure to cross paths with them in the bigger cities.

There are some tips for handling beggars in Uttarakhand that will prove quite helpful to you. Read on to know some of the Uttarakhand beggar handling tips:
  • Don't be too polite to the beggars. They may try to take advantage of your politeness. Be very firm and tell them to leave you alone.
  • Do not give alms to those who come with the photograph of soem God. They just try to fool you in the name of God.
  • Give alms to only the handicapped people or those who are too old as they are really in a pitiable condition.
  • It is advisable not to give any money in alms to small children. You may give them something in kind like food.
  • If you are in temple, you may give some prashad to the beggars sitting outside.
  • Do not give too much money to a beggar, especially at the traffic lights or at the temple. Otherwise, the other beggars will keep on bothering you for a long time.
  • Give alms in the range of Rs.2 to Rs.10. More alms should be given only in exceptional cases.

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