No, I never think so. Whenever I hear people say that our country will become a superpower, our economy will surpass China, or our country will become a $5 trillion or $10 trillion economy, it always makes me scoff.
This is not to say that I am a depressed and hateful person, gloating at the failure of my country like a painful loser. When I hear their unrealistic goals, I can’t help laughing. I know that everyone has the right to pursue any goal they want, but at least based on reality.
What I see behind India’s underdevelopment is its people born like cattle and horses. A country is composed of people. Without them, it is just a piece of land.
The people of a country are the source of a country’s development and prosperity, which has nothing to do with natural resources or government system, not history or geography. They have created the country and are destroying the country.
Moreover, the people of a country constitute a unique culture, and its customs, traditions, morality and values are an integral part of a country’s culture. I think we all realize that there are fundamental problems in India’s social culture.
What is it? Indian culture is fragmented. Different from the cultures of other countries, it is not homogeneous, unidirectional, cohesive or even noble.
It is so diverse that it is broken and even opposed. It is multidirectional, heterogeneous and narrow. It is not something that is conducive to promoting fraternity, liberalism and innovation, but something that promotes differences, hatred, conservatism, chauvinism, vanity and superiority.
India has a barbaric, inhuman and absurd system based on birth race, which is called caste system.
This is outright oppression. It is the dross of slave society. People’s personality and status are very different only because of their origin. It encourages hatred, destroys unity and friendship, and suppresses the sense of unity among compatriots.
A homogeneous society will always outperform a heterogeneous society. In India, there are thousands of castes. Each caste competes with each other for its own interests. Unlike China, China has a homogeneous culture that advocates people to strive for common goals rather than working for a specific group.
This tribal attitude of Indians will become India’s Achilles heel. No country can achieve meaningful prosperity when its citizens are discriminated against, isolated, prohibited from communicating with other citizens, and full of vanity superiority towards other citizens. Such a system is too fragile to translate into any strong structure.
India is so diverse that it can be compared to the Balkan countries, where the nation-state is fragmented under the weight of its own diversity.
Looking at what happened in Bosnia and Herzegovina, you may think I exaggerated, but I do believe that India will also Balkanize and gradually become a dangerous powder keg until a Mars detonates it.
Secondly, this is our own mentality. I don’t know what makes our national mentality so mediocre and risk averse. There are some natural mistakes in our thinking. Sometimes, I think we Indians as a whole are cowards and we are afraid of everything.
If we were not cowards, how could a country composed of krolls be constantly conquered, humiliated, enslaved and killed by a small group of Islamic aggressors?
If we are not cowards, how can no more than 1 million Britons rule more than 300 million Indians for more than 200 years?
If we are not cowards, how can you explain that we have failed to launch a revolution in 200 years to liberate ourselves from the shackles of British rule? How did the United States gain freedom? What about Filipinos? How was Vietnam independent? They fought for this country without fear of bloodshed.
How did India gain independence? Don’t tell me Gandhi won freedom for India. It’s the biggest lie ever.
We gained independence because Britain wanted to give us independence. Because of World War II, its comprehensive national strength fell to the bottom. India’s independence was given away by powerful countries. I know it sounds harsh and hurts self-esteem, but it’s true.
Moreover, Indian timidity is not only that, but also permeates all aspects of our life. We don’t like adventure. We always want to take the traditional road. We don’t have the courage to create or innovate. We like to cross the road that has been gone through countless times, covet stability and let it be. In short, we like mediocrity and are lazy in the pursuit of excellence.
If not, how can you explain the fact that no Indian has won any Nobel Prize in science since 1930.
If not, how do you explain that India has won only 28 Olympic medals since 1900, half of which are hockey?
If not, how do you explain that Indian students frequently fail in the International Mathematics Olympiad?
Among the 2000 world famous scientists, only 10 are from India. What’s your explanation?
In 2019, only 6 of the 500 top universities are from India, and none of the Indian universities are among the top 300?
The Internet has been born for more than 30 years, and no Indian technology company is on the Fortune 500 list?
How do you explain that there are so many it students in India, but there is no Turing Award winner from India?
You want to surpass China, but do you know what their culture is. Their culture is based on elites.
The Chinese believe that heaven rewards diligence. This idea is popular in most East and Southeast Asian countries, which is the reason behind their enviable high growth. They value their work. They are persistent in achieving their goals. They are always so diligent, diligent and meticulous.
This work culture is in sharp contrast to Indian culture. In India, everyone wants to take a break. Laziness is deeply rooted in the soul of every Indian. They don’t want to make a little effort. They don’t want to go out of their comfort zone and embark on a path of blood.
I come from Bihar, so I know more about the overall situation of India. Bihar is the epitome of our country. Rich cities such as Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore can not represent the overall development level of India.
Everyone blames the government, but why don’t they ask themselves, “why am I so afraid of failure?”, “Why is our society so hateful and discriminatory, and when can we get rid of its narrow ideology?”, “Why do people care so much about their caste, language and religion?”, “When can we do our job well?” Why are we so lacking in innovation, creativity and creativity? “
One day, when our society gets rid of retrogressive forces and narrow ideology, and most importantly, cowardice and shortsightedness, India will surpass China economically.
China and India are the two oldest and fastest-growing civilizations in the world. After 1000 A.D., China and India accounted for a quarter and a third of world economic activities respectively.
owever, by the time the industrial revolution began in the late 19th century, both India and China had lost the economic and geopolitical relevance they enjoyed in the first millennium A.D.
The two recessions were mainly due to the fact that China and India did not adopt the technology and innovation in the era of industrial revolution. Thanks to this, Japan and Western Europe have experienced considerable growth and progress.
Today, China and India have re emerged as world economic powers. Most economists believe that India and China have made a comeback because they have been more fully integrated into the global economy in the past 20-30 years.
During this period, they also benefit from the knowledge sharing brought by the digital connected world. China’s accession to the World Trade Organization in 2000 is regarded by many analysts as a symbol of China’s rise to global status.
The debate on “China VS India” has been going on for some time; Each country has its own unique traditions and advantages.
India is clearly in an advantageous position in demography. China’s society is aging and the number of young people is declining, but more than 50% of Indians are under the age of 29, but this is likely to become a burden because most of them have no skills and ability to participate in the modern economy.
Every year, 12 million Indians join the workforce, but India’s employment growth is still slow. Although their expectations are getting higher and higher, and they are immersed in Hollywood films, they lack the ability to create wealth. As a result, the crime rate has soared.
Indian politicians and the media often boast of the advantages of the political system, but the reality is that in the past 70 years, Indians have systematically destroyed the judicial, legislative and executive institutions left by Britain.
Today, these institutions do not operate in the public interest. Nepotism and cronyism are common.
A person will not casually go to the police station in India. There are countless police tyrannies in India. There is no need to explain the killing of innocent people due to private contradictions. Court cases may drag on for decades. Here, laws and regulations are just waste paper.
In India, nothing can be done without bribery. What’s worse, people have to grovel before civil servants in order to do relevant business.
In the past three decades, India’s economy has grown, but most of this growth can be attributed to the greatly improved contact with the western world and its technology through the new media of Internet and cheap telephone. After picking the low fruits, India still does not want to make progress and has begun to show signs of stagnation.
It is not difficult to see that India can never become the next China. There is no point in having too much hope for India. Instead, it is being assimilated by neighbouring countries such as Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar or Nepal.