I will let the picture speak for itself.
got it as a fwd msg too. but, isnt it true? well said…
as a typical teenager, i used to prefer Spice Girls to MS Subbalakshmi, Pizza to Dosa and Jeans to Saree…
with time, i realised i chose them not bcoz i liked them more, just to prove a point to my peers that i’m hep too…
but of course, today, my tastes have changes a lot… and i do what i like, irrespective of foreign/indian… today, i know the value of MS, value of dosa and the elegance of saree and many more! i guess with time, no matter what, people come back home…
u must have heard that… phir bhi dil hai hindustani….
How sad….what LM wanted seems to have come to pass….
Even I had read this before!
But I wonder, how did they ever actually introduce insecurity and inferiority complex?
I think more than that what they actually did was identify the true corrupted nature of the leaders of society (for instance, the warring and insecure kings and feudal lords), and in collusion with them, made the common people economically dependent on them.
But yes, I do see blind following of Western culture, which I do not like. It’s the blindness in emulation that I do not like, not that it is Western. 🙂
I am not sure if they introduced insecurity, but can be damn sure that they did succeed very well in inducing this feeling of inferiority complex!
Then again, you are correct. It is only the jealousy and greed that drove this (and many other) society to ruin.
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