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Nearly two decades as Expats in Rishikesh in India: The trials and tribulations with UK Lawyer and Ayurveda Practitioner Renu Gulati and Emi

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‎Renu Gulati, an Ayurveda Practitioner and UK lawyer
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Renu, from the UK and Emily from Canada discuss the trials and tribulations of living in India and how they landed up in Rishikesh. How do they fit into the fabric of local society or are they Expats? The changes within them and the adaptations they have undergone in the last two decades. Would they
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Renu, from the UK and Emily from Canada discuss the trials and tribulations of living in India and how they landed up in Rishikesh. How do they fit into the fabric of local society or are they Expats? The changes within them and the adaptations they have undergone in the last two decades. Would they go back to their country of origin and would they fit in or are they happier where they are? Let's see what the future brings.
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