Which Habits Of Foreigners Must Be Adapted By Indians Now?

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Ask questions & seek explanations

Indians are mostly fine with the existing scheme of things. They will not question their elders out of respect. They will not question authorities for not doing something. They will not even question people who jump queues. They would prefer back biting instead of pointing it out.

Use of ‘little magic words’

Use of phrases like ‘please’, ‘thank you’, ‘sorry’, ‘excuse me’, ‘I beg your pardon’ is a habit. But very uncommon in context of Indians. Or should I say that it takes a lot of effort to inculcate this habit, especially in adults. These words are obviously taught in school, but as children grow, they forget their usage.

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Practical approach

Indians are strong at theory. They know ‘what’ & ‘why’ which is obviously good but most of the times, they do not know how. This means they are lacking the practical part.

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But we know that all fingers can’t be the same, so these things are not applicable to every Indian. But we know ourselves better than anyone else. So, if you feel you are already doing these, it’s very good. But if you think something is new than you can always adopt it as a habit. It will create a good impression not only for your own self but also for your country.

Amrita Garg
I love solving puzzles, coz i'm a mystery myself. I'm an exploring addict cause getting in touch with nature gives me answers, sometimes...okay most of the times!

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