Late Night parties at Indian homes

Raurkela, India
March 4, 2017 9:41am CST
Late night party is not the culture of India, for parents and young children share the same home. Some Indian parents these days submit to youngsters pressure of having late night parties at home sacrificing their sleep and comfort. These youngsters fail to realise that lack of sleep or sudden disturbance at the dead of the night may lead heart ailments or other diseases. Is it not the duty of the youngsters to maintain a family decorum that would maintain peace and health in the family.
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• Peoria, Arizona
4 Mar 17
There is nothing wrong with a little fun. It is not like they are partying every night and kids need to be able to live a little.
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• Raurkela, India
4 Mar 17
but not at the cost of their parents health.
• Peoria, Arizona
4 Mar 17
@aninditasen A night will not cause damage to health. If kids want to party a few time of the year, it will not do any problems to them. I am not saying they need to party every night, not even every weekend. But a few time a year, to celebrate or just have fun will not damage anyone. It is called having fun.
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• Raurkela, India
5 Mar 17
@DesirousDreamer I saw what one night of the party at home affected my sister's health. Her eyes were swollen the next day due to lack of sleep. She couldn't sleep because of the screaming of her daughter and her friends.
@MALUSE (43620)
• Uzbekistan
4 Mar 17
I think the young people should find a place outside their family home for a party. Either a restaurant or a club or -weather permitting - a site in the open where they don't disturb people.
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• Raurkela, India
4 Mar 17
That's right.
@Gabugs (1747)
• United States
1 May 17
@aninditasen I strongly believe that adult children who choose to reside in their parent's home, must voluntarily adhere to certain basic rules. They cannot take their parents for granted; they need to respectfully consider their age and circumstances. They need to care enough to find alternatives for partying in their parents home and be a nuisance to them. PERIOD.
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• Raurkela, India
4 May 17
Yes, You are right Gabby. hope the youngsters understand this in India as ailments are rising day to day in our country.
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@Gabugs (1747)
• United States
4 May 17
@aninditasen But it must be the parents themselves who must enforce the rules if their adult children choose to live with them.
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• Raurkela, India
9 May 17
@GabugsYes, And their children should be compassionate enough to accept the rules.
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@dpk262006 (56482)
• Delhi, India
8 Mar 17
I think some youngsters have little respect for their elders and they do not mind organizing such parties or to become a part of such parties. We need to sensitize younger generation that at the cost of their enjoyment, they should not forget about elders. I do not approve of such late night parties.
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• Raurkela, India
9 Mar 17
You are right. At least in India, this is not our culture.A home is for peace and not noise or commotion.
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@dpk262006 (56482)
• Delhi, India
10 Mar 17
@aninditasen We are peace loving people, who follow certain discipline.
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• Raurkela, India
10 Mar 17
@dpk262006 You are right and a home is a place to stay in peace not have commotion.
• Kolkata, India
25 Mar 17
I agree to you mam, that its the duty of the youngsters to see that the other members of the family aren't disturbed by their wild parties or anything. But mam time is changing, and is it that difficult for the parent to sacrifice a night for the enjoyment of their child. Parties aren't made daily, it is made occasionally. So I think parent should accept this change.
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• Raurkela, India
26 Mar 17
Not if they have a number of ailments.
• Kolkata, India
26 Mar 17
@aninditasen That is exceptional. I was talking about in general, considering all conditions to be normal.
@KrauseHome (35517)
• United States
5 Mar 17
I think now a days, things are never like they were when we were kids, and many times since this is a much faster society that many times people forget to Stop and think when wanting to do things, especially when they are young. Might be Best to set more rules and boundaries without becoming too strict so they regret you.
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• Raurkela, India
5 Mar 17
Drawing boundaries for late night parties at home are very difficult. You can't ask youngsters to get excited when they are in a happy mood. It's their second nature.
@Corbin5 (116270)
• United States
4 Mar 17
Parents really do need to say "No" to those late night parties. If parents allow it, then that is a mistake.
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• Raurkela, India
4 Mar 17
Some parents fear their children's' tantrums and so keep quiet.
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@Hate2Iron (8022)
• Canada
4 Mar 17
That is sad... I can't imagine doing such a thing when there are children in the house?? Okay, I completely read this wrong!!