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No doubt because of all that saturation advertisements for ‘Fair and Lovely’, ‘Fair and Handsome’ and all manners of skin-whitening creams, lotions, soaps etc.Even if you are 100% Indian, your fellow Indians might still discriminate against you on the basis of the color of your skin, which region of India you come from, what language you speak, your religion, your caste etc, etc.Of all the countries I have been to, India ranks way up there among the most ‘racist’, IMHO.Indians aren’t so much ‘racist’ as they are intolerant.There have been horrific race-motivated attacks on Africans just within the last year even!Recently, the question was posed on Quora as to which was the most racist country in the world, and Dave Adali, an American, had a poignant and saddening answer to it.In the interest of fairness, I should point out that oftentimes, lighter-skinned Indians despise darker-skinned Indians every bit as much as much as they despise us people of African ancestry.
Indians disdainfully call him “Chinki” or “Bahadur”, which Gyan hated.
As somebody of African ancestry, you face a double whammy in a culture that hates dark skin.
If you are Caucasian or White, you should be alright, since the people automatically show respect for white-skinned people.
That is what makes India such a worthwhile tourist destination.
Some African-Americans have sought my advice about going to Indian for hands-on IT training. be prepared to deal with unabashed in-your-bigotry because Indians hate dark-skinned people, including fellow-Indians.