We Indians are different. It’s not just the physical attributes (girls, we are the most beautiful in the lot) but our unique traits that make us one of our kinds. There are plenty, but we have listed down a few quintessential Indian traits for you. Nevertheless, one thing is for sure, nobody but an Indian embodies immense love, generosity and care. East or West, We Indians are the Best! What say? Enjoy reading!
Every Indian bachelor wants to marry a fair girl. Only, if they fail miserably in the attempt, they settle down for dusky woman. Fair Skin = Beautiful
What do you do, whenever the door bell rings? You run for the door, and the women in our houses run for their dupatta!
Picking up or dropping a relative to the airport/railway station is an important family affair.
We need at least six people to the airport for every one person to be ‘received’. Railways stations are like a stroll in the park. The entire family goes to pick up an old uncle from Kanpur.
Every teen-age Indian girl’s first crush is either Captain Cool MSD or Virat Kohli. Even mom’s pray for their girls to be hitched by a cricketer. Film stars don’t get mother’s approval though.
We thrive on street food and we don’t get sick.
Every Indian mother (working or housewife) has alternative career option – ‘Matchmaking’.
We all have/had secret boyfriends/girlfriends. We didn’t really care about them cheating on us, but we dreaded getting caught by each other’s family(especially, by girl’s army of brothers.)
Indian girls have three types of brothers to protect them – Real brother, cousin brother and Rakhi brother.
The bride must cry in her ‘Vidai’ or else she is “Besharam” and too modern. A bride has no rights to look happy.
We go on cleaning sprees either during Diwali or when we have guests coming over.
Touching guests’ feet is a joy mainly due to the perk it gets you while the guest is leaving. (Remember that 10 Rupee note)
If you speak softly then you are either shy, not confident or have some serious problem.
We love to speak like we all have acute hearing loss.
No matter how old we get, our parents need to know every single detail of our schedule. Day in and day out. No exemption.
When Indian parents buy tickets, every kid becomes under twelve.
If we live in another city and don’t call our mom every single day, they’ll freak out and call our friends to make sure we are alive.
We get embarrassed in front of our parents even when the word “Sex” is written on a form to specify the gender.
No other nationality can beat Indians in a skill termed bargaining. “Bhaiya na mera na aapka, itne paise theek hain!”
No Indian housewife has ever bought Mirchi or dhania. They come as freebies.
No matter if we went to Doon School for education, when we are actually angry, we switch to the dirty, highly effective Hindi swearwords.
We started reading only because Chetan Bhagat started writing.
Family members spend more time talking to the guests while standing at the door when the guests are to leave, than while sitting down in the living room.
Why to change batteries when you can amke things work by hitting them.
Meeting a person with the same surname is as good as finding your lost twin brother/sister.