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10 Reasons Why i’m Thankful for being Indian #ThankfulThursdays

10 Reasons Why I’m Thankful for Being Indian.

#ThankfulThursdays

I love my India.

What’s not to Love in India??

Well, a lot… but still, Love for my country outweighs its faults anytime so I’m Thankful for fate because of which I’m an Indian.

There are a thousand reasons I could think of for Loving my life in India, but since I’ve to fish out only 10 I’ll start with:

  • I’m thankful that I have the right to study living in India:

I’m a Doctor and I’m only able to achieve that since India has given me the right to study and be what I am.

  • I’m thankful for the freedom of expressing myself.

Despite being a woman and a suppressed gender India has given me Freedom of speech, which has lead me to this point where I am expressing myself through my blog.

  • I’ve Freedom to work.

I’m an independent, self-capable, self-dependent, women Living Herself just because India has given me the right to work and earn a living for myself. So I’m thankful to India for the life that I’m leading now.

  • I’ve freedom to Dress.

I don’t have to hide behind veils, I’ve right to dress myself the way I want. I’m thankful for having no restriction on my dressing while living in India.

  • I’m thankful for Holidays

Though I’m sounding lazy when I’m happy with holidays I’m getting in India but it makes my day to know that I’m getting a break from work because of so many Religious occasions allowing us to enjoy holidays.

  • I’m thankful for the variety of food.

Due to so much diversity in people and places we’re blessed with so many varieties of food and deserts. I’m Thankful that we’ve so many diverse places in one country and we could enjoy so many different cuisines.

  • I’m thankful for the fresh vegetable & fruits.

I’m thankful for the adequate climate of India that lets us grow so many different pulses, fruits, and vegetable. We can enjoy fresh vegetables and fruits instead of frozen or pickled ones.

  • I’m thankful for learning to bargain.

I’m grateful to India that I’ve learned the art of Bargaining and the given opportunity to hone my skill. It has provided the hands-on course to implement it in real life situations. I’m thankful to all the local vendors who have helped me in getting better in Bargaining.

  • I’m thankful for the colors.

I’m really grateful to India for being able to enjoy the colors in everything like clothes, accessories even festival Holi. I even appreciate my country for giving each color a meaning and making me understand it.

Saffron: Strength & Courage

White: Peace

Green: Prosperity & Growth

I’m thankful for the knowledge I’ve attained because I’m residing in India.

  • I’m thankful for understanding relations.

The close-knit family and traditions in India have lead me to have a meaningful relationship with my family. I’m thankful that I’m able to learn and understand the meaning of relations because I’m living in India and embracing the tradition and heritage of India.

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I’m Proud that I’m an Indian. I Love my India and I’m thankful That I’m Living in India. Happy Independance Day

Disclaimer: I’m writing this post with Dr. Amrita and Tina Basu for #ThankfulThursdays.

13 thoughts on “10 Reasons Why i’m Thankful for being Indian #ThankfulThursdays”

  1. India is a land of full contrasts and that is exactly why you’ll either love it or hate it. Indian streets look colorful always because of these saris that our women wear. Smell of Agarbattis and chanting of Mantras in these beautiful temples make our mornings amazing. We have the collection of a large number of languages in our country. There are 22 regional languages which are certified by the Government of India. Variation exists to an extent that we have a change in accent at every 10 km of distance. India is the largest democracy in the world, the highest battlefield exist in our country, our country gave birth to Aryabhatta, Chanakya, Ramanujan, APJ Abdul Kalam and more. How come some ignorant Indians feel intolerant in this beautiful country. The first thought that comes to my mind when I hear the word “India” is just “Love”.

  2. these are lovely thoughts for the nation – imagine living in a country where women are not allowed to work or drive a car or even go outside alone! Thank you for linking up with #ThankfulThursdays.

  3. Bang on! We take a lot of thing’s for granted, but we hear the world news and realize that even while being a developing country with world’s second largest population we definitely have a lot to be thankful for.

  4. Beautifully written post. I am thankful always and proud forever to be born as an Indian. Vande Mataram. 🙂
    Cheers!!

    UK

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