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It can also be argued that Indians simply love the act of talking. Nayar, Encyclopedia of Sexuality, \*/] Deepak Mehta posted on Quora.com: For a country the with the size and diversity of India, it is an ominous task to characterize people. And the worst part is that people still care what others think.” Sometimes Indians promise more than they can deliver.
Traditionally, the sound of a word has had more significance than the meaning and some sounds were regarded as having spiritual and magical qualities. Nayar wrote in the Encyclopedia of Sexuality: “Individualism, in its Western Euroamerican consciousness is foreign to the traditional Indian social consciousness and experience. Sudhir Kakar, a distinguished psychoanalyst who has taught at the Universities of Harvard, Chicago, and Vienna, and written extensively on Indian sexuality, notes that “individualism even now stirs but faintly” in India (Kakar 1989:4). One India man told the Los Angeles Times, “We like to please.
Indians have been described as eternal optimists: philosophical, laid-back and resilient. No existential angst or Freudian guilt torments us.” Indians like to talk, converse, gossip, engage in animated discussions, indulge in conspiracies and watch soap opera dramas.Traditionally the main form of entertainment in India has been sitting around chatting. National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting wrote: “Everywhere in India life is suffused with a spiritual dimension, which connects people with nature in a unique way...