Table of Contents
- 1 What are the positive impact of westernization in India?
- 2 What is the impact of westernization on Indian society?
- 3 What is the effect of westernization on caste system?
- 4 What are the effects of Westernization?
- 5 How does Westernization have an impact on India and it’s culture?
- 6 Is the Indian culture under threat from the west?
What are the positive impact of westernization in India?
Printing machine helps in the transmission of modern knowledge as well as knowledge of the traditional epics, mythology, religious literature etc. Likewise, in the political and cultural field, westernisation has given birth to nationalism and also to revivalism, communalism, casteism, linguism and regionalism.
Is westernization a threat to India?
Western food is replacing the Indian food which has increased the rate of obesity in India. Children are affected by this westernization as they are not getting the care and love from their grandparents as they have moved to the old age homes.
What is the impact of westernization on Indian society?
Westernisation has contributed to the re-emergence of a pan-Indian culture on new grounds. Some areas of western impact include education, law, science, technology, new forms of politicisation, urbanisation, industrialisation, the press, means of transport and communication.
What is the disadvantage of Western culture?
Disadvantages: 1. Western culture is full of over smart. 2. Western culture has a few number of family restrictions and moral values.
What is the effect of westernization on caste system?
Impact on caste system: The traditional groupings of India that is caste system which imposed strong restrictions on occupation and social habits have started disappearing because of rapid growth of industry as it opened up new avenues for working together with all irrespective of their caste.
Which culture is best Indian or western?
|Basis for Comparison
|Arranged marriages are preferred.
|Love marriages are common.
|Traditional clothing depends upon region and religion.
|A person can wear whatever he / she likes.
What are the effects of Westernization?
Westernization inevitably undermines full development of indigenous cultures and traditions of non-Western people. Furthermore, it creates resentment among non-Western people toward Western values and, fosters racism and prejudice against non-Western people in Western societies.
Who criticized the concept of westernization?
Criticisms of Westernisation:- The Srinivas’s model explains the process of social change only in India which is based on the caste system. It is not useful for other societies. Though Srinivas claimed that the concept of Westernisation is “ethically neutral”, it is not really so.
How does Westernization have an impact on India and it’s culture?
Westernization is a kind of globalization which is spreading throughout Asian countries especially in India. The Indian culture is ones of the oldest and the richest cultures however, now that the western culture is kicking in, e.g. goods, festivals, dressings, foods etc., it is impacting on the Indian culture in many ways.
Which is an example of Westernization in Bollywood?
We can have a look at various examples where westernization can be seen at its culmination: Westernization has shown its major effect in the ‘Bollywood’ industry. Starting from the early 40 movies till 2009 the concept, dresses, fashion and script has totally changed.
Is the Indian culture under threat from the west?
Indian Culture, which is one of the oldest & richest cultures, is now under serious threat as western culture is making its strong base in India and slowly and gradually wiping out the Indian culture. It had already made its presence in Metro’s & now slowly heading towards other parts of India.
Is it wrong to pretend to be Westerner in India?
It is understandable that India is a growing country, so it is necessary of knowing all the cultures and their traditions. To some extent it is fine, but it is wrong to pretend and behave like Westerners and discard our own culture. We have to preserve our identity. It is shocking to see that Indians are forgetting their culture. On the contrary