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Is today young generation has given more importance to western culture than indian?ur opinion?

Asked by piyush, 04 Aug '07 07:20 pm
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They still give importance to Indian Culture but hopefully will be selective about the best elements western culture - no doubt their teachers will assist
Answered by Janis, 04 Aug '07 09:24 pm

 
  
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I too sometimes feel the same...as I belong to the Young Generation only....
Answered by megha kamra, 04 Aug '07 07:21 pm

 
  
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" They still give importance to Indian Culture but hopefully will be selective about the best elements western culture - no doubt their teachers will assist "

Western and Indian cultures are incompatible because Western culture is based on the individual whereas Indian is based on the commune. There is no question of "taking the best of both worlds" in this one. You can't add "a little bit of sugar" and a "little bit of salt" onto a common dish. Because they're diametrical opposites.

And I would agree that Indian culture is slowly finding its way to the pages of history books, other than some villages & towns. But it's not the young. Primarily, these days in India, most elders don't impart a sense of national spirit & national identity in their children.

Children are only taught to "score more marks" and "social consience" stops right there at the family. And schools these days are only interested in overloading the child with academic payload so that they'll earn the school a go ...more
Answered by A Moin, 05 Aug '07 04:00 pm

 
  
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Actually our young generation has only adopted their free style of living nothing else. No one has tried to guide them that in western countries youth is independent to chose their way how to live their life but at the same time they are earning themselves to spend.They are not pampered lots as our youth who only knows to spend the hard earned money of their parents.they respect their national values and they are having respect for their national property and are away from strikes etc. In India youth
Answered by Ravinder Sodhi, 04 Aug '07 07:28 pm

 
  
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Yes, but I am not satisfied with western culture
Answered by geeta sharma, 04 Aug '07 07:27 pm

 
  
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Yes we have to admit that our young generation is mixing our culture and western together.
Answered by thiagarajan ashwin, 04 Aug '07 07:23 pm

 
  
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