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Phil Reeve wrote in the Independent, “Few places are as hospitable as India.The countryside seems populated with people willing to drop everything to help an unknown foreigner find his destination or to serve him tea.” Hospitality is valued by Hindus. Providing hospitality is an important responsibility for Muslims. A great effort is made to make sure a guest is happy and well provided for. Deepak Mehta posted on Quora.com: “We treat our guests with utmost respect and hospitality: Atithi Devo Bhavah ( English: 'The guest is God' or 'Guest become God') is a motto that almost all Indians follow with utmost dedication and compassion.[Source: Library of Congress, 1995] See Society See Separate Articles: 1) HINDUISM AND INDIAN CHARACTER AND PERSONALITY, 2) INDIAN SOCIETY Great importance is placed on friendship.A passage of the Yajur Veda reads: May all beings look on me with the eye of a friend; may I look on all beings with the eye of a friend.
Best-selling author Shobha De wrote in Time, "The Indian mind is cunning and inventive. We have millions of professionals." "Jugaad" is a colloquial Hindi-Urdu word that can mean an innovative fix or a simple work-around, used for solutions that bend rules. But more likely they're scared, obstructive, quite unwilling to make decision.They can be very opinionated and they are not afraid to say what they think. Describing what Indian self-sacrifice was like in her family, the film maker Mira Nair said, that once when her parents were quarreling “my mother took this gin bottle, picked it up.They do not go out of their way to avoid confrontation like some East Asians do. and smashed it over her own head.” Indians aren't into big productions.It’s a different way of thinking about the world.” Some say Indians are pulled in opposite directions by Hindu asceticism and what seems like innate entrepreneurial spirit.It has been said that Hindu concepts breeds fatalism, accepting one’s lot in life and not rocking the boat.