Ab Raja ka beta Raja nahi banega,
Wahi banega jo haqdaar he.
This quote makes so much sense when we see it in terms of opportunities and facilities
But still, in India we have not been following this rule to its fullest extent.
Kids in India, start thier schooling only with so much ‘biaspana'(I don’t know if it makes sense, but samajh gaye hoge)
The ones whose parents are rich, get into top class international schools
While the ones who aren’t, get into some inferior govt schools, where not only they don’t get facilities or amenities but neither they get basic requirements and proper education too.
This initiates the child’s growth by the thing which sets in the back of thier mind that they aren’t capable of any luxury or any good lifestyle in thier whole life.
Now that, is not a good sign for developing countries like India, because even the ones who are capable of producing profits to the country do get suppresed, they don’t get out of thier shell
Now, this can be solution to these kinda problems:
There mustn’t be large difference in the quality of education atleast in the initial years of a child’s growth
Everyone must be more or less at the same level, having similar facilities and quality of education should be equal
After the initial years, there definitely (must not!) be any kind of discrimination on “baap ka paisa”
I loved the tradition to which the people from west follow,
Thier parents send their children to live independently, they need to earn on thier own and learn life lessons at a very young age
Where as in India, parents feel so much inferior about thier own children
They feel so much insecure about thier children, and even until 24-25 age, these children stay under thier parents shed without getting a single penny into the house.
Why not do small chores/jobs to get that extra pocket money?
That’s because in India if we do anything other than studies atleast until 20, then there’s definitely*paiso ki tangi*in their home.
Americans and many other countries support thier children to start off with small yet meaningful jobs, though you may not earn a lot but have a look at the life lessons you earn by doing those.
Where as in India small jobs are a sign of shame for a peer pressured guy.
Because thats the kinda mentality we’ve developed towards students who do anything else than studies
If we change this kinda mentality, a developed India is not as far as you think!
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