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Which Country Offers Better Quality Of Life: India Or US? Woman's Tweet Sparks Debate

A woman recently took to social media platform X to share her reflections on the differences in quality of life between India and the US. While some resonated with her observations, others countered with their own perspectives.

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Priya Prakash
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A woman recently took to social media platform X to share her reflections on the differences in quality of life between India and the US. Niharikaa Kaur Sodhi, in her post on Day 11 of her stay in the US, sparked discussion by comparing her experiences in both countries.

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Woman's Comparison of Quality of Life in India and the US Sparks Debate

Initially, Sodhi expressed her previous belief that aspects like quick food and grocery deliveries, along with affordable household help, constituted a luxurious life in India. However, her perspective shifted after spending time in the US, where she emphasised the importance of basic amenities such as clean air, reliable electricity, accessible water, abundant green spaces, and well-maintained roads as essential components of a good quality of life.

She even dropped the warning before sharing the note, writing, "Day 11 today in the US and here's a thought I had yesterday evening. It might trigger some of you. But if online text with somebody's opinion triggers you that's a space you should totally work on and protect for your own energy."

Her post garnered significant attention, accumulating nearly 380,000 views and over 2,800 likes. It sparked a wide range of reactions from users who either agreed or disagreed with her viewpoint.

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Netizens React

The discussion sparked by Sodhi's observations highlights ongoing debates about living conditions and quality of life standards in different parts of the world. While some resonated with her observations, others countered with their own perspectives based on their experiences in India or abroad. Take a look at the varied opinions.

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