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What I learned about Indian culture?
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What can we learn from Indian diversity?
20 Things The West Can Learn From India
- Jugaad. No matter what the problem is, we always find a way to hack it.
- Frugal living.
- Our ‘don’t waste’ approach.
- Our kickass strategy games.
- Our language-learning skills.
- Our deep philosophy and spirituality.
- Event management.
What does India contribute to the world?
India invented the Number System. Zero was invented by Aryabhatta. The World’s first university was established in Takshila in 700BC. More than 10,500 students from all over the world studied more than 60 subjects.
What was the great lesson that India had to teach the West?
Non – violence was the lesson India had to teach the west.
What have you learned from living in India?
Here are some of the important things I’ve learned along the way. 1. Living in India is Very Different to Traveling in India Ah, magical, vibrant, spiritual India. A country so full of smiling faces and possibilities. Many visitors are beguiled by India, and understandably so.
What is it like to be an Indian?
To be patient and tolerant Indians are usually a patient and tolerant lot. We accept all religions and ways of life. But we also accept corruption and inefficiency. 14 hour power cuts and waiting for hours to get a bucket of water from a water tanker is frustrating as fuck.
What is it like to live in India for 10 years?
As I approach 10 years of living in India, I’ve been reflecting on my journey and what it’s entailed. Starting off in Kolkata and ending in Mumbai, it’s been a roller coaster of extraordinary experiences, discovery and self-discovery, frustration, transformation, and ultimately success.
What are the pros and cons of living in India?
1. Living in India is Very Different to Traveling in India Ah, magical, vibrant, spiritual India. A country so full of smiling faces and possibilities. Many visitors are beguiled by India, and understandably so. However, traveling around in a chauffeur-driven car or air-conditioned train, and staying in comfortable accommodations can be deceptive.