India Q&A: “What Traditional Indian Values Do You Want to Pass to Next Generation?”

By Epoch Times Staff
Epoch Times Staff
Epoch Times Staff
October 6, 2013 Updated: July 18, 2015
India is experiencing a great cultural transition since the past few decades. The increasing crime against women, children, and others suggests that the once very rich value-system is gradually deteriorating. With large-scale migration from rural to urban areas, the society is facing newer challenges everyday. Though the majority of the citizens are still primarily rural, the value system in Indian villages is witnessing similar challenges as in the cities. Amidst these challenges and trials, the culture of imparting upright traditional values is still widely practiced in Indian families.
The Epoch Times reporters in India talked to a few people around the country, asking:

“What traditional Indian values do you want to pass on to the next generation?”


Look for the India Q&A column every week. Epoch Times India reporters interview people around the country to learn about their lives and perspectives on local and global issues. Next week’s India question, “How are you affected by increasing traffic in your city?”