Taboo To Modern Society: The Ideas Of Modern India

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India is a great country filled with rich culture and interesting people. These people might seem strange and their practices taboo to western society, but all in all they are people. They view western society just as strange; the only true difference that separates people is where and how they were raised and the effects that their environment has on their mentality. How we live life and interpret the world is mostly based off of our experiences, so we should not dismiss another culture and negatively generalize their whole people just because they are different. We are all fundamentally the same. In fact, India is progressing faster than any other country in the world. The economy is booming, cities are growing, and people are indulging …show more content…
They seem to be ignored by the government and the people driving right by them. In reality, the government is fully aware and is concerned with the conflicts that the ancient India would have with the ideas of the modern India. Much of India still practices the caste system and other beliefs that seem to oppress people like women and …show more content…
The modern Indian government understands their ancient culture is sacred and that they can 't really force Hindus into a different way of life or they would face conflict. They are trying to close the gap between poor and rich but it becomes very difficult when there are millions of people still living an ancient Indian lifestyle. This requires patience and careful consideration, but we must not judge India for their differences from the western world. They are truly modernizing, but farming still remains the preferred way of life for many Indians in rural

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