MODERN WORLD:LIFESTYLE

               

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Modern life style in India

 India is an united of 29 different states and that states are divided into different districts. It is a unique culture of  different religions. The India is quite different from other countries, how ever every country has it’s unique tradition and unique lifestyle. India has two types of areas, one is rural and urban. In rural areas the lifestyle is not so good when compared to urban areas. Urban people follow the new technology and new methods of solving the problem and there lifestyle will be good. People who are in rural areas are not so educated and not so good in the following of the modern lifestyle. some of the popular states follow the new trend of living and some states doesn’t.  This is the developing country and it is developing its lifestyle day by day.

 

A lot of people in the world imagine that, India as a motionless and distant of people and scarcity, a mixture of the exotic and tragic. This misperception, popularized throughout years of media labeling, conceals realism. Actually, India is a lively society with a gradually more energetic interior dynamic and an increasing power, directly and indirectly in the globe. Its implication lies not only in its dimension, some 930 million Indians are 15 percent of the terrestrial inhabitants, but also in the questions raised by the pathway India has chosen in home and foreign strategy. This nation is the biggest functioning democratic system, with regular and liberally contested elections. Thus, it is the test of whether democratic system is an appropriate system of government for large numbers of comparatively poor people in a world where democratic system, as we understand it, is a great deal- endangered political species, particularly in Third World countries. India is believably the only country with the biggest and most varied combination of races. A mesmerizing country where people of different communities and religions live together in oneness.

India is very culturally varied country. People converse hundreds of different languages (18 main languages, with English and Hindi as the administrator languages). But the beauty lies in the fact that in spite of all the differences, people exist with full harmony and love representing their diverse cultures, traditions and dressing fashions. In a country as different and multifaceted as India, it is not amazing to find that people here portray the rich glories of the history, the civilization, traditions and values proportional to geographic locations and the variety of distinctive manners, habits and food that will always carry on to be merely Indian. Indian dressing is mainly prejudiced by the background and civilization of the past. They are familiar for their dressing fashion and stylish apparels worn by men and women equally.

 

 

 

With the progression in rapidity and culture, Indian women have distorted themselves to be additional avant-garde and heap. Earlier women used to wear customary dresses and cover their heads with veil but with the progression they have also grown mature and tainted themselves according to time. The traditional Indian dress is the Sari which can be shabby in a lot of ways. Indian dresses consist of numerous good-looking designs, which are also worn by women of other countrywide groups. The Salwar Kameej is the second most well-liked dress and is attaining fame fast with the younger age group. Though, men in villages are still extra comfortable in traditional clothing like kurtas, dhotis, lungis and pyjamas. Indian fashion includes a broad variety of designs for women, men and kids. The men in cities are dressed in shirts, pants and live in a rationalized manner.

However, the dressing fashion of Indians has been prejudiced by the western world. Yet they are simply Indian from indoors. They have a few traditional values which can’t be surpassed by anybody. At present too, the last name of an Indian is based on his social group or place of origin or his family profession. Men are still believed to be the top of a family and are referred for all choices though they no longer continue to be a solitary earner. Parents are looked upon with admiration and regard. The values they have inculcated in their kids can de exhibited the system they show admiration and love towards their parents. Kids are financially supported by their parents all through their schooling. Inspite of being so westernized Indians think that, few lines should never be crossed.

 The final characteristic we must keep in mind is that scarcity; religion and modernity combine and coexist in India, without the inconsistent implications which a Western viewpoint suggests. It is the spirit of Indian religion which enables even the most disadvantaged to endure scarcity and it is modernity which provides the view of development. It is this strength, a compound of many small person visions and inspirations, which characterizes modern India and offers the most excellent expect for the country and its citizens.

 

 

When was the last time you checked your phone? According to NYU professor Adam Alter, the average millennial picks up their smartphone 150 times a day. In his book Irresistible, Dr. Alter writes about technology addiction, suggesting that 40 percent of people have some kind of internet-based addiction, be that to social media, pornography or email (which the average worker checks 36 times an hour).
The “tech zombie epidemic,” he says, is the direct result of the way technology is designed: we get a thrill every time we open the Instagram app (Will I have any likes?) or our emails (Have they replied yet?) – comparable to the behavioral gratification we get from playing slot machines.

              

Fear of missing out


Our ultra-connected world means we can be in many places at once; enjoying a coffee on a sunny terrace while dialing in to a conference call and watching a friend’s video broadcast live from their holiday in New Zealand.
With apps like Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, we can stay in touch with people around the world 24 hours a day. For some, this can lead to excessive use and negative consequences. Accessing these apps easily and using them frequently can trigger a fear of missing out – people can be anxious about missing something if they’re not constantly connected.


 Users should be taught that Internet-communication applications are not the only way to initiate or stay in contact with others and satisfy their social needs. Individuals should be offered alternative strategies and opportunities for connecting with other people without having the feeling of missing out on something.

 

 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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