We're a country riddled with double-standards. We openly protest about 'indecent content' on TV, in films, on the Internet, and then sit in the legislative assembly watching porn on our cell-phones. We come out and give massive speeches about female infanticide, and then our sex ratio says 943 per 1000 males.

We're also quite quick to stereotype - so a member of the Sindhi community is stingy, a Punjabi is loud, a Bengali is academically proficient and it goes on...

Advice Adda came up with the campaign #NotAHypocrite and invited people to come out of their shells and end the hypocrisy in our society, once and for all. The following pictures entail the participation in the initiative:

So, how are you going to help break the stereotype of a 'hypocritical Indian' today?