Indians tend to treat places and people they consider their ‘own’ very differently from public places or strangers. This is not a good or bad thing, it is just a fact. So effectively, Indians tend to have two very distinct ‘modes’ of operation – the ‘personal’ mode which entails treating family/friends/guests with utmost respect & politeness, following rules and maintaining cleanliness at home and inside private campuses; and the ‘impersonal’ mode that is the exact opposite.
On the 20th of October, 2011, when I wrote a post on my experience of using the Samsung Galaxy 750 tablet, it drew rave reviews from various visitors to my blog. Some said I’m a noob and don’t know how to use a Samsung tablet properly yet. Some said I sound like a complete liar and I’m crying like a girl who doesn’t know how to use a product properly. Well, I know truth has [...]
It is as much important for women to understand their men as it is for men to understand their women. While a few men fondly believe that women are hard to understand, sometimes women’s lack of knowledge about men’s key traits can render a relationship defunct and unhappy. If you’re one of those who find your man bewildering, this post will help improve your relationship with him. Here are the 10 secrets you wish you [...]
India, the largest democracy in the world, is always full of conundrums and contradictions. It has been a mystery to some foreigners since it defies logic . Many see it as a haven for spirituality and purity. Regardless of whether young, adult or the elderly, an overwhelming majority of Indians regularly visit places of worship as a means of creating purity or suddhi. Corruption, which is internationally defined as the misuse of entrusted power for [...]