Showing posts with label Indian Culture. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Indian Culture. Show all posts

Monday, June 6, 2016


Trees are important part of our environment, culture and for our life. In our country India we offer prayers to many trees like banayan, pipal etc. but in past few decades due to effect of western culture we not only stopped offering prayers but the focus of society for plantation program is on trees which grows faster and have been brought to India from western culture. For banayan, pipal, neem and other Indian trees are not only best for long time as they give too much to us in the form of life, shadow, coolness, etc. Neem is the best antibiotic tree commonly available in neighborhood when we are child. Pipal is a common tree found in every temple and people offer water it regularly. Nimboli of neem and barbantas of banayan are still alive in my memories. Here I request the Indian government to save Indian culture government must start planting these trees in government schools, colleges and other plantation programmes. So many initiatives to save environment is being taken and plantation of indian trees must be part of the government agenda. Too much of blank land exist in green belts, government schools, colleges, universities, government offices, hospitals where many programmes are organized for plantation programmes. Government nurseries must start development of new breed of above mentioned trees which offer some commercial benefit also to the peoples and grows faster so that common peoples automatically motivated towards the planation of these trees. Trees are part of our culture, we must save our culture. We must teach our children’s importance of these trees on environment day and take them towards our Rich Indian culture.

Thursday, February 25, 2016


Since my childhood i listened spiritual stories of Ramayan, Shri Bhagvad Katha and many more. We used to watch Ramayan and Mahabharat serials and learned that juniors, children and younger gi ves so much respect to their elders and seniors. Even for the wrong decision and younger s softly request elders about reconsideration of matter but if we see moder life trends the young ones don't listens to the elders.

Our Television serials, movies etc. of current times shows that elders touch the feet of young ones and request sorry to their sons and daughters. Even in one of the recent advertisement I seen that a junior clerk bluntly reply to his Senior officer for his helping offer and definitely it affects the moral values of peoples especially young and teenagers generation of our society. Someone said that writers, Poets shows mirror to the society but Television Serials and movies based on great novels etc. totally reverse the basic message by wrong presentation.

Why are Directors and producers not showing the right things and actions in a way which increase our moral values and protect rich Indian Culture instead of killing the values in our coming generation.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Legalize prostitution if you can't curb it: SC to govt - India - The Times of India

Firstly i would like to say I am not against any order of Hon'ble Apex Court and below written points are not against any orders of Hon'ble Court.

Can we imagine what impact it will have on society in case it is legalized?

And why the government is not able to curb because of corruption/less effective administration/involvement of high profile peoples etc.

I know it is very hard to eliminate but it can be scaled down to rock bottom

many peoples will get involved in this trade in case it is legalized especially when no other alternative is their to earn their livelihood many will simply got engaged in this field. Personally I think once someone get involved it will be not possible for him to come out of this trade. Just imagine that after 20-30 years what will happen in society, in every street/corner & locality out of every 10 peoples 2-4 persons are sex workers and it may also lead to clash between good families and those sex workers creating law & order problems.
Sometime creating problem / clash between elder and younger generation.

I am not denying the fact that it will also have some positive impact on society like instead of bring criminal/naxalite/terrorist etc. one more easy way is available for peoples to earn their livelihood but still at cost of moral and social values. It will totally change social paradigms of society.

Moreover the criminals who are doing it now will work with open handed and a new class of mafia will come into existence in association with corrupt officials.

It will not only increase corruption but will also lead to loss of moral values in society and for our social/moral values We Indians have proud of us.

In case of any objection please let me know so that article can be removed.

Saturday, January 5, 2008

Arranged Marriages in India

In India the number of successful marriage rate is much higher than any other part of the world. The culture, tradition given from childhood makes a person able to understand the importance of relations. Mostly Indians get married through arranged marriages. Marriage is a necessary part of Indian society. Although Indian society is much affected by of westernization but still arranged marriage is most commonly used path. India's conservative ethos is so ingrained that surveys show that a majority of the young are inclined towards arranged marriages. Arrangement of marriage is responsibility of parents and other elder relatives of any boy/girl. Almost everyone in India still rely on their parents wisdom, foresight and connections to find the right person for them. Besides family, friends and neighbors many match making services, personals and now internet personals provide opportunity for people to get together. Generally social network is used for search for bride or groom who is having suitable social, communal & economic status. In case of arranged marriage not only two persons come into agreement with each other but it is merger of two families, their culture, tradition, customs and values. Husband and wife accept the drawbacks and loopholes of each other.

They have some social bindings and restrictions put on them by elders of their families. Even in case of some disputes elders greatly help them to solve the issues and make their marriage life successful. The presence of elders is a very big supportive factor in making a marriage life successful.

Marriage is a big event in India and brings social realignment, biological reproduction and exchange of values, traditions and wealth.

At last I would say lets stick with our custom, tradition and system created by our previous generations.