A lot of Western backpacker travelers who visited India and Pakistan claim that Pakistanis are more like givers and Indians are more like sellers. What could be the reason? Could it be that as a country develops more, people also become more selfish and lose human bonding??
But the reason of this behavior is different i think ..
We have developed more surely and are not awed by Westerners where as Pakistan people are still very much defendant on them .
Human bonding is more here surely and this every Westerner will say ...though may not acknowledge it openly
To whom it will be useful to realise a fact like A is giver and B is seller? Quite useful info for a backpacker. A good lesson for tourism industry and tourism ministry. To some extent, though. Because, given a choice, which family will choose the country of givers over the country of sellers mentioned in the above question?
Whether a country is developed or not, fate of the people is dependent on the success and effectiveness of collected and attained sum of knowledge, experience and wisdom. Now gauging on this, India is above Pakistan, as regard to quality of life, though much is still wanted for. People of either side of the border are not bad or good. But, the collectiv ...more
the one who like his/her belonging and proud on them wont give it like donation to some idiots
not only selfish,kind of snobbish too
least concerned about others
except those known to us,then too not all