Thursday, September 02, 2010

What I love about being Indian?

Some point of views about why i love India

- self findings

Culture and sacrifice

The thing that I love most about being Indian
is living in a cultured society.
I can speak my language very well without faltering.
I love Indian foods, our dresses and beautiful places.
I always respect and love people
who sacrifice their lives and
who are still struggling for the sake of India.
In future, I would like to have
a job in India rather than go abroad.

India all the way

The best thing about being an Indian
is that you belong to the most colorful
and beautiful country in the whole world.
Every state, every city in India has a different history to tell.
I also like the variety of seasons,
the food, clothes and the rich culture.
Indians are the most intelligent of all.
An Indian will serve India in every possible way.

To be an Indian is a honour.
I'm proud because I am in a country
where people from different castes co-exist.
We manage to live together,
celebrate each other's festival and respect each other.
We speak many languages.
There is no place like India

India is a country with a rich culture and heritage.
There's such a variety of food, dances and heritage sites,
it is a great country.
I am proud to be an Indian because
I belong to a land full of warm people,
great food, cool places and the Himalayas.
There is no place like India.

Brothers one and all

In which country will you find a Muslim president,
a Sikh prime minister,
a Christian ruling party leader
and a Hindu vice-president ruling our nation?
Isn't that proof enough to show brotherhood exists in our country?
What more reason can I state to be a proud Indian?

Variety is the spice

I love being Indian because
we have such a rich culture,
different customs, costumes, languages
and spicy food!
India is the true example for the
phrase variety is the spice of life.

Love still exists

Being an Indian makes you different firstly.
I love to be an Indian because love and
affection still exists in India.
The country still has tradition , values and culture.

Aravind T..

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