In India, walking adds more to one’s stress than to one’s health
Written by Pushpa Sundar | Updated: December 18, 2017 2:48 am
The walk adds more to one’s stress than to one’s health, as it involves maneuvering round a number of obstacles (File)
If there is one thing that Indians excel at it is in putting roadblocks in the way of any undertaking or initiative, however innocuous and harmless it may be. Take the simple activity of walking on the roads. In most other countries, this is no big deal, certainly not a matter of life and death, as it can turn out to be in India. You walk on well-maintained pavements or even the side of a road in the absence of pavements. Traffic stops for you at zebra crossings, or at red lights. But not in India.
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