India is a land of diversity. With our unique traditions and culture, we can offer a lot to the world.

People on Reddit are talking about "What is something the rest of the world can learn from India?" and Indians have a lot to say. 

1. "Generic drugs for most of the human population, even Robin Hooding some patents."

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2. "Using water to wash our ass. Honestly!"

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3. "Vegetarian food. In the west when someone hears about vegetarian food, they mostly think about salads or some other popular food like falafel and hummus. Indians have come up with so many varieties suiting every palate."

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4. "Do breathing exercises (Pranayam) in a Delhi park, early autumn/ winter morning when the AQI stands well past twice x hazardous."

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5. "Space exploration with a limited budget."

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6. Jugaad.

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7. " Indians can critique an Ingmar Bergman movie, state their favourite series is Friends, Office, or Schitt creek while also enjoy watching Anupama with their parents. We can enjoy chicken tikka, dosa or a ravioli equally. Our ability to live in different worlds." 

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8. How to move 7-8 adults in a small passenger vehicle. Energy efficiency!

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9. "Indian culture to my understanding is so different and vast that that is your strong suit. How many different “Indian people” are there, how many languages and religions are there."

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10. "Smiling faces. Even though we have a lot of problems, there are more smiling faces in India. Man who opens a restaurant door, an auto driver, a woman who sells flowers in the street, etc etc."

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11. "I would say the hardworking nature of many Indians is unparalleled. Because so many people want a good life, and so few resources are available, everyone has to work hard."

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12. "Diversity. we are so different yet we are all united."

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13."Indians have a way of living alongside wildlife, despite their large population. As a result, there's still so much biodiversity in India, many large animals are still not extinct. The same can't be said of most of the developed world."

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14. "Multiculturalism. India has been the OG multicultural land for a long time."

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15. "Patience. We have a lot of patience before we complain. We are so used to any Sarkari work done taking a long time, standing in queues forever, waiting in traffic, making up with an intolerable family, etc. People in developed countries have a much lower threshold before they complain, break up, etc."

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16. "Caring for their goddamn children."

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17. "Multiplicity of languages and the capability to instantly switch the language according to the context."

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