What are the dos and don'ts of being a paying guest? Tell us!
Are you renting out space in someone's home? We'd like to know how it works!
The world, they say, is getting smaller.
No distance is too long and no dream too big.
With young Indians traversing the country for studies or work, the concept of a paying guest or a PG is more common that you know.
Further as business booms, large cities are becoming home to migrants looking for a better future.
But with an allowance from one's parents or a beginner's salary (depending on whether you are a student or a working professional), a 'PG accommodation' is almost always the only option for young women and men to strike roots.
It is cheaper than renting out an entire flat and gives you the freedom that no hostel can ever offer.
But what are the dos and don'ts of being a 'paying' guest?
What are the unwritten rules that must be followed?
Are you a paying guest?
Have you ever been one?
Do you host paying guests in your home?
Tell us more about the paying guest etiquette and share your learnings with other readers!
Write in to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: PG dos and don'ts) and we will publish the most relevant responses right here on Rediff.com!
Image: A student studies inside his room in a paying guest house in Kota, Rajasthan. (Picture used here for representational purposes only)
Photographs: Ahmad Masood/Reuters