Along the years, I had a lot of good ideas. And I am certain if it was implemented at that time, things would have been significantly different. There were…
Often when I talk to my colleagues, we would come across the proper usage of a certain word or sentence. Or a certain way a project could be executed. And most often, more than I care to admit, the immediate response would be ‘this is India’. Since when did that phrase become equal to bad grammar or quality?
If you are the kind of Indian who insist on being against improvement, the outsider you meet would have your opinion about the country and people.
Most Europeans I have met gives great value and respect to India’s cultural heritage. Do not let that value stay only in the past. We all could improve our own standard so the next foreigner to meet you would think ‘this is india’ and would mean it in respectful way.