The Challenges of Cultural Diversity

The Challenges of Cultural Diversity


Community identity is delusive—now?


Community identity is not acquired but sticks to us with the birth. For example, if someone is born in Brahmin family, he sees people from other castes show reverence and honour to his family. Such feelings leads him to destructive path because his mind is fed in ego. In case, he could not accomplish education expected for the profession of a priest, he would resort to negative side of activities like contumacy, plotting, intrigue etc. and thus, spread malaise of conflicts, controversies etc. in the community attended by him as Brahmin. Likewise, transmission of socialisation, not duly explained by parents or whatever told if that all is untrue; brings malaise in society/ community and thus, cultural challenges are asroused. 

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