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15 Types Of People You Will Meet During Train Journey In India

We all have travelled in trains. And every journey gives us a new experience. People vary as the places vary. But some common qualities always tend to stay in the train travellers. Fifteen types of people we all meet during our train journey are:

1) THE ONES WHO HAVE LOTS OF LUGGAGE –

People who carry lots of bags with themselves, trying to fit them wherever possible, at those slabs on the top, or the vacant place below the seats.

2) ‎THE ONES WHO ARE TOO TALKATIVE.

They keep on conversating with everyone around them even if it’s late night and people are too tired to listen to them. You don’t want to talk to them, but they would discuss every topic with you.

3) ‎THE ONES WHO WANT EVERYTHING ACCORDING TO THEIR COMFORT AS IF THEY ARE STAYING AT THEIR OWN HOUSE.

They want to sit at the window side, they want the lights to be switched off, they want everyone to shush. Basically, they want everyone to work as they command.

4) ‎THE ONES WHO ARE FRIENDLY AS FAMILY.

These are the ones who share with you all their personal details, and you are friendly with them too. They share their experiences from their past even 10 years back. You share your food with them. They play with your children. You actually enjoy their company.

5)THE ONES WHO ARE AGGRESSIVE AND ARROGANT.

These people keep on fighting with every person for everything.they don’t want to give space for people to keep their luggage. They enter the train coach in rush pushing everyone and not allowing the other passengers to deboard the train.

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6) ‎THE ONES WHO KEEP BUYING AND EATING FOOD.

They are those people who buy everything that the vendors and sellers come in the train or platform sell to the passengers. Basically, they try to pass their time by munching food.

 

7) ‎THE ONES WHO ARE HYGIENIC – 

These people get their blankets, bedsheets, and pillows changed because there is a spot on it. They don’t want the food because there is a small hair on the plate.

8) ‎THE ONES WHO LOVE TO SLEEP.

Snoring, snoring, snoring. No matter how noisy the people around them are, no matter how rough the train jerks are, these sleepers are already lost in their deep sleep.

 

9) ‎THE ONES KEEPING  EYES  FIXED ON THEIR YOUNG CHILDREN.

All-time, they just stop their child from going anywhere or touching anything. They are the protective ones.

 

10) ‎THE ONES WHO WANT YOU TO ADJUST SO THAT THE CAN GET A PLACE TO SIT.

These people ask you to give some space by shifting a bit and then giving them a space to sit because they don’t have the tickets.

11) THE ONES TOTALLY LOST IN THEIR OWN WORLD.

Staring out of the window all the time, listening to their music collection, reading some novels, these people don’t care what is happening in their surrounding.

12)THE ONES WHO ARE ABOUT TO MISS THEIR TRAIN.

Being super lazy and unscheduled, they are always found running on the platforms so that they don’t miss their train.

 

13) THE ONES WHO LOVE THE DOOR MORE THAN THEIR SEAT.

Within 10 minutes as the journey starts, there are some people who get up from their seats and move towards the coach door. They like to hang in there and observe the outside view Along with cool breeze over
their faces.

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14) THE ONES WHO ARE SAD BECAUSE THEY ARE MOVING TO SOME OTHER CITY AWAY FROM THEIR LOVED ONES.

Disappointed and sad, these people don’t want to talk to anyone and just want to sit in the corner, wiping their eyes in a hideous way.

 

15) THE ONES IN A GROUP.

There is always one gang of few boys and girls going for a tour, generally the college students. Obviously, you can also hear bits of some of their romantic talks during the journey.

You will Be Surprised To Read these 30 Fun Facts About Indian Railways. Let us know if you had met a different type of people other than this list in the comment section.
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