What us your perspective on india ?

Chandigarh, India
March 19, 2016 1:37pm CST
Being an indian , i am proud of my country and its diverse culture . The love for India is beyond my control . But whenever the word India comes to my mind , the first thing comes to my mind is that i would not like to be born anywhere else than India . So i want to ask you what comes to your mind when you hear the word India ? It maybe positive or negative. In this way maybe i can help you improve your thinking about my country
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@maezee (32288)
• United States
19 Mar 16
I dont know much about India myself. It seems like there is an interesting culture that I would like to learn more about. Please help with these myths or stereotypes Im going to share when I think of India. Hinduism (not sure if this is truly happening there), poverty or overpopulation in the biggest cities, big weddings? That is basically all. I do have to say recently I started shopping at an Indian grocery store and I fell in love with curry. Curried vegetables. Paneer dishes. Biyrani(sp) dishes. I love it all. So much more interesting than Amerixan food. By the way - I gave you my ideas. What is your idea about America/Americans? (Go ahead, I wont be offended!)
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• Chandigarh, India
19 Mar 16
Okay firstly yes poverty is a problem of india but not in every city . Secondly the food here is amazing . Spicy but amazing . Thirdly american culture to me is all about higher economic growth , gordan ramsay ( as i watch masterchef us ) , and food . I particularly love the cleanliness of your country
@maezee (32288)
• United States
19 Mar 16
@Lazyblogs ah! That is interesting to hear your point for view for sure. I havent heard of Gordon Ramsey though!
@maezee (32288)
• United States
19 Mar 16
@Lazyblogs oh! Almost forgot to ask. Are most people Hindi, Christian or something else? Or perhaps a mix of both?
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@shubhu3 (14279)
• New Delhi, India
20 Mar 16
I am proud of our country.It is rapidly developing a lot and the best thing I love India is its diverse culture and the unity that it holds among the people living here.
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• Chandigarh, India
20 Mar 16
Yes and we have to tell the world that india is beyond poverty and busy streets ..it is much more and has a rich heritage
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@shubhu3 (14279)
• New Delhi, India
20 Mar 16
@Lazyblogs Ya absolutely.
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@avi256 (4372)
• Pune, India
21 Mar 16
I think what comes to my mind is huge gap between different classes. On one hand we have most of the richest people around the world from India, yet still 40% population under poverty line. But on positive note, what comes to my mind is globalization, education, food, culture, natural beauty,Bollywood and rich arts and music.
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• Chandigarh, India
21 Mar 16
That is certainly true but on the other hand there is huge development in india lately
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@avi256 (4372)
• Pune, India
21 Mar 16
@Lazyblogs Yes, surely, India is creating lot of job opportunities lately, and we are looking for global jobs now, and the way stock market has gone up in last few years is certainly a trademark of growing economy. Moreover, India is now under better governance under Narendra Modi, so hopefully the graph will only go up from now.
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• Chandigarh, India
21 Mar 16
@avi256 so india is not merely a land of poverty ridden people
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@Missmwngi (9984)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Mar 16
Hospitals is what come into my mind We got people with disease being flown there for treatment
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• Chandigarh, India
20 Mar 16
Ohh
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@Missmwngi (9984)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Mar 16
@Lazyblogs So everytime i hear of Indian i think of hospitals,doctors,medicine,cure.......
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• Chandigarh, India
20 Mar 16
@Missmwngi that is sad
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@valmnz (12758)
• New Zealand
19 Mar 16
India certainly seems to be a very diverse country. I think we all feel as you do about our countries.
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• Chandigarh, India
19 Mar 16
Well what is first thing that comes to your mind when you think about india ?
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@valmnz (12758)
• New Zealand
19 Mar 16
@Lazyblogs diverse cultures and lots of colour
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• Chandigarh, India
19 Mar 16
@valmnz yea well that is right
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@karjatwala (1135)
• Pune, India
20 Mar 16
One should always be faithful and loyal to the country one resides in.
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