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Drinking alcohol is culturally not accepted in most parts of India.
If you do join in and eat with your hands, try not to use your left hand.
While sharing is an important part of Indian etiquette, it is poor and offensive etiquette to share a fork or spoon or to drink from someone’s glass.
This also applies to taking a bite of someone else’s sandwich, ice cream or chocolate too. It is not difficult to eat with your fingers, but there are a few rules of Indian etiquette that have to be observed: 1. Remember you are eating with your hands and your right hand will be messy, therefore you will leave the serving spoon all sticky and messy too. Ask for whatever you want instead of reaching out directly or pointing at dishes. Don’t make too much noise; don’t talk with food in your mouth. Wait until everyone else is sitting down before starting to eat. Help clear the dishes, unless it is not acceptable in that particular custom. Don’t talk on your cell phone during the meal and if you must get up in-between, ask to be excused.
But that is where the British influence ends in India - (other than the cricket of course! Of course we are aware of the enormous impact religion has in influencing the customs, etiquette and eating habits of its followers.
For example, Hindus offer food to God first before consuming it themselves.