Your Language

You lose culture, traditions when you lose  your language – Father Wallece

This means every language is closely connected with its culture. When you say “Good morning” instead of greeting with joining two hands ‘Namaste’, culture of respecting the other person is forgotten.

On National days, we salute the National Flag.

It is important what language you talk, and more important how you talk. Expression of language is a medium. Style of Presentation is  that what counts. No language in the world, disappear suddently. It is gradually changing.

If you see here, a language is disappearing when another language is more widely used; similarly, new culture impacts the existing one.

We are definitely attached to our culture, traditions, or language. We are proud of it as well. However, ‘change’ is universal. If there’s no change, then it is stale.

Suresh Shah, Pathfinders Enterprise

Based on writes by Father Wallace, a Professor, and a student of culture & traditions in India – regularly published in India; he has written few books on it as well.

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