Just making up one’s mind to go abroad, thinking that India has nothing to offer, is a matter of shame.
India is a beautiful country of various religions, castes, languages, dances and cuisines. For any country, the love of its people towards their country is the most important thing. However, I wonder if all Indians are ardent lovers of their country!
These days Indians are becoming more fashionable and ‘modern’. In fact many are becoming mere copycats..! The trend of going abroad to pursue their careers and to settle down there is still on the increase day by day. I don’t say that if anybody goes abroad that’s because they don’t love their country. But going abroad because someone detests his country is a matter of serious concern. Youth, being the future of this country, has the responsibility to stop this trend, and the practice of copying what others do.
We need to remove the proclivity of youth towards the West and its culture. Their knowledge about India’s culture and tradition needs to be widened. There are amazing facts about our country, its history and culture which are written down. These need to be brought to the knowledge of the youth.
Their knowledge about various Indian companies, their work culture, salary pattern etc. need to be increased. Just making up one’s mind to go abroad, thinking that India has nothing to offer, is a matter of shame.
The youth need to transform the world by self transformation.
To remove corruption, black money and other venal practices, India needs honest people working in the country diligently. If the youth and other good people show their backs to their motherland, and look towards the West for greener pastures, then our dream of a corruption-free country will remain only a dream. India needs quality workforce to work for its betterment, and not for its deterioration.
By Diksha Mago