India is a Great country and has been well known for its Rich Culture, International Talent, IT Sectors, Yoga and many more things.
When we live abroad, our eyes search for an Indian things in everything possible. Why we feel to have Indian things around us while we are abroad ? Simple reason we respect our lovely India and we feel that India should shine everywhere.
There is one Hidden things in everyone’s mind, Why we do not look like countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai, London , Italy etc….
Possibly we do not glow like other cities as we are not disciplined in terms of traffic , cleanness , pollution etc. Few thinks that everyone should try to clean up these things. But according to me first Hard Rules has to be implemented and systems should see that these rules are followed.
Now what happens is that we feel that these rules are made to be Broken , why we feel that is , We know that we will not get punished much about this. People do not have any Fear towards breaking the traffic rules as they know that its very easy to take care of breaking the Law and its not going to affect that mistake in future. Whereas Abroad people have a terrific fear about breaking the Laws as they could get suffer a lot once they broke the rules and regulations.
I strongly feel that Rules are to be made followed as not a single man has a feeling to follow a Rule when it comes to him.
I have been to many different counties as of now, What i can see that
Country like a INDIA is a really Beautiful Country considering the Natural
Resources and is really environmental friendly, but if we consider countries
like Dubai, Bahrain, USA or UK, these countries are having a Extreme
Our government and other systems if decide to keep the things on TRACK , we
will maintain our country as most beautiful. I think first is Government who
needs to start a discipline and people would follow it.
We need to clean up our country in aspects of Pollution, Traffic
systems, Garbage and disciplines i think that beauty will follow then
-- Pankaj Mahajan
Saturday, January 05, 2008