Local folks respect their governor that is why any brickbats or critics of the leader may turn a reason for serious punishments and penalties including deprivation of freedom.
Those tourists looking for visiting of local religious landmarks and temples should carefully choose their outfits. Visitors in revealing outfits and bright clothes may be kept out of the temple. Before entering any temple footwear should be taken off and a temple should be entered barefoot.
Tourists should not make pictures and shoot video of local folks without their permission. This unwritten law primarily considers women. Shooting of some landmarks is forbidden as well that is why tourists should specify current rules in advance.
Local folks are rather polite and kind people. One should smile in course of any communication. Tourists are recommended to speak in soft tone in private communication with locals. One should not speak in high key in public places and display emotions as this act can be interpreted by local folks as ill breeding.
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