Mohit Choudhary, 25-year-old Indian man, from New Delhi. In 2005 Armenia opened his gates for Mohit and this key was his future study in medicine. His exams points were decisive for him and now he is adopted in his second country as he used to say.
“It was a bit difficult in the beginning because of the mentality is a bit different in 2 nations even though we have so many same words, similar culture and hospitable people,” says Mohit. But even though Mohit is now integrated in our society he had cultural shock when landed here at first time.
As he says, he felt like the war was just finished in our country. It seemed to him like a small flat, small airport and less resources, but after visiting our Republic Square he felt that there was something in Armenia, something to be revealed.
After being here 8 years, you can find Mohit smoking kneed on his feet, using Armenian specific words, and sometimes even chasing after girls. For him words like “spas”, “tolma”, “khorovats” have become a great part of his life. In his opinion he should adopt himself as per to the country style if he wants to move forward and now he is doing it.
Mohit Choudhary is working in Yerevan First Hospital as a sonographist. Studies were not enough for him to live with a complete life. Being socially active person he found time for social activities in Armenia, cause he could not live without communicating with various NGOs. And it happened now that he is head of the local office of AIESEC youth-run organisation.
[[wysiwyg_imageupload:157:]]“From school days I was in that kind of positions, head boy of our school and in other society teams and so I’m living in the same way in Armenia. And truly speaking it feels good,very good,” he says.
Mohit’s studies, works, and activities have not bother him also finding time for loving and being loved. Mohit found himself in love with Armenian girl. He thinks that if one is pretty, nice, intelligent and calm you can not realize before falling for her. He also mentioned that still there are barrier coming between them when their different culture and living style collapse. But for him it doesn’t matter till then when the girl respects, loves and understand him.
Mohit will leave Armenia after a year. But he is sure that Armenia will always stay in his heart till the end of his life.