Indians are quite simple to fathom if you judge them by their modes of happiness, they do not need soul-awakening experiences to find joy in their lives. They find small joys and make life look happy in total. With different experiences whether small or big, we Indians try to stay happy and let others around us happy too.
We will give a hundred points to a Chai point for their tagline which says "India runs on chai" because it undoubtedly does. The first thing that we ask for is our Chai and without chai, we can barely function. In summers we retort to elaichi and in winters, adrak but chai in India is eternal.
Indian aunty's and memes are quite popular and as is their habit of being nosy. But that is one aspect, another is that we Indians believe in maintaining good relations with everybody around us and our neighbours define our lifestyle as well. So if one has good neighbours, they have good companions for morning walks, visit to the temple, companion to sit out in the sun with. Basically to share all the little joys of the world with.
If you think love is the only word with four-letter that can make you happy, we Indians get much happier when we read another word with four letters which is, Sale. Sale on Diwali, Sale on Dhanteras, Sale on Christmas, Sale on Republic Day, all just makes us so very happy.
If we are able t bring down the price of onions and potatoes from Rs.30/kilogram to Rs.20/Kg and if we also manage to get free Dhaniya Mirchi, consider us happy. Our day is made. We shall rest in peace.
Fine dining and restaurants and all those experiences are good but the best part of it is the free saunf and mishri that we get in the end that soothes our soul. Your shahi paneer could be bomb, but if your saunf game is weak, then you will lose us.
In India, Monsoon is not just a season, but a festival. We celebrate rain here as if we would celebrate a long lost friend. Jumps in the water puddles, bright colours of raincoats and the sheer joy on everybody's face as hot pakoda's are served.
This one had to be here on the list for any and every reason. To be honest, not the monument or the landscapes, but Indian Weddings are the Unique Selling Proposition of India.
Be it the holiday on Gandhi Jayanti and Republic Day or the holidays of Navratri, Holi, and Dussehra we are happy. Whatever the occasion maybe or the norm, you give us a holiday and we will learn to celebrate it.
A seat on public transport is like an oasis in a desert, very rare to find and if one of the blessed days, this miracle happens then the joy one beholds is beyond words. To travel back home after a long day at the office sitting on a seat in Metro, oh the pleasures of world!
Similarly, to find a parking spot all by yourself without tipping the valet on a busy day is another sort of blessing.
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