Swami Balendu describes how disgusting it is that many Indians spit out their Gutka, a mix of betel nut and tobacco – even within closed rooms!
Swami Balendu tells of a family whose seventh daughter was born – because the mother wants to have a son!
Swami Balendu tells how several people in Indian have called ‘Shame!’ upon seeing his small daughter Apra walking naked or even only half-naked in their own home.
Swami Balendu describes how he daily sees people hitting their children in their restaurant – and how this is part of Indian culture.
Swami Balendu writes about the joys of planning in India: when you cannot be sure the other one will be there are the agreed time and when you can be late, too!
Swami Balendu writes about the situation of young Indians, especially young women in metropolitan cities who have the habit of lying to their parents – because they don’t follow their traditions!
Swami Balendu writes about India’s metropolitan cities where one might think that modern life has reached people’s thoughts as well – but that is not the case yet!
Swami Balendu tells how a lot of moral values have their base in outdated, old traditions which are not valid anymore – which is why they should not dictate our behaviour or thoughts!
Swami Balendu describes how in India, women are pressurized for having children once they are married – and what happens if they actually cannot! This shows the cruelty of society!
Swami Balendu writes about the pressure that Indian society, families and in-laws put on young married couples and especially women: you have to get a child as soon as possible!