India is the most diverse country in world (from language,lifestyle to appearance)...we love it and that's the truth.
The most diverse countries are found in Africa. Go look it up.
India's claim to fame is actual being ranked as the most racist and intolerant country on Earth.
Check it out: dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2325502/Map-shows-worlds-racist-countries-answers-surprise-you.html
Additionally, all of Europe and each country within Europe has been diverse in languages, lifestyles and appearances too for millennia.
But for non-European migrants like yourself, white guilt virtue signaling NPC liberals, and in the infamously despicable words of the Zionist Jew Barbara Spectre "Europe has not yet learned how to be multi-cultural."
Here, listen and believe: youtube.com/watch?v=UYKyp1e_jYc
Relatedly, did you know that the racist apartheid ethno-state called Israel has many supporters and not just its groveling servile colony called the United States?
Indeed, one of fascist Israel's warmest and closet allies is your homeland India. It's easy to see why.
India unreservedly supports racist Israel and here is what the corrupt warmongering thug Netanyahu recently said about diversity and equality: :Israel is not a state for all its citizens."
Go look it up.
India and apartheid Israel are kindred spirits.
India's caste system has been in place for centuries and is still active today. It may no longer have formal legal recognition but it is still perpetuated by the practice of arranged marriages even within your diaspora.
There are also numerous accounts easily available online of Indians subjecting non-Indian, particularly Africans, to open, hostile and violent racism.
If India truly valued diversity it would put it in practice and be like Ireland or Sweden and open its borders to unlimited migration containing the poorest, most unskilled people from Africa, Latin America and other parts of Asia. India's goal would be to make those who identify as ethnically and racial Indian as merely a minor-majority at best within India.
Speaking of Asia and racism here's a true story which I'm sure others have witnessed in varying degrees as well.
I was in a tea shop once and the saleswoman was having a delightful conversation with a male customer about his purchase. She casually asked where he was from. The man said he was from Asia. She asked where in particular and he said China. She smiled and said she was from Asia too and added that India was her home country.
The man paused upon hearing this and told her matter-of-factly that she wasn't Asian! She wasn't pleased to hear this at all. The kind expression on her face immediately changed to disbelief and anger and an argument with raised voices quickly ensued between them.
I, of course, left leaving them to enjoy their diversity.