Why do the Indian students and the workers always nurture some doubts within them after receiving any learning discourse ?
Many of us, and also people from other nationalities, might have noticed this peculiar behaviour about students those from India, that the latter is replete with scepticism that they refer to as "doubts", just as they are imparted any training, any lecture or any other discourse.
So, have you ever wondered what these "doubts" are about, that the mind of an Indian carries within it in plenty? What is the true source of origin of these "doubts"?
To understand the answer one will have to understand the Indian culture and their social conduct with each other. The doubts that the Indian mind carries is just a reflection of the mutual distrust and the outcome of the self-consciousness of our insincerity that is so common within Indian faith, and thereof the culture of the land.
An average Indian mind dwelling in the urban areas suffer a great deal from the personality trouble of having distrust against every other person regarding the statements made, the commitment, the declaration and such. Indian culture doesn't truly promote the virtue of SINCERITY. It actually likes to promote "smartness" which is more a euphemism for the insincere conduct, being granted a free pass, both by the religious morals and the judicial practices. The "doubts" are our reflexive outcome from our sub-consciousness to examine and detect any smack of the insincerity in the lessons that have been taught to us. The 'doubts' enquiry is also a way to figure out the scope of conducting our business with a slight insincerity, --because- that is how it is.! The most common ways where our habitual insincerity hides are in the form of play on the words- the pun, and the habitual longing for the misinterpretation of the text and the speeches, the twisting or the contortion --of thoughts --mostly in a perverse way.
Insincerity may be understood as conduct where the Conscious mind and the sub-conscious mind harbour two different, (maybe even be the opposites), the idea about a single subject matter.
It is very common for an Indian to be speaking one thing and, then, practising another, which he may justify away as "magar dil ke saaf hain ". The words and the actions can, with great casualness, have different motivations - One may be emanating from some farcical need; and other from the private prejudices sourcing out from the personality disorders of the person.
Indians remain jocular by nature and the "jokes" are the most frequent ways to disguise the insincerity within us, by putting a veil of the self-ridicule- a socially approved legitimacy to his actions. The religious and mythological cults preach and practice to us to become "buddhiman"(intelligent) , (a euphemism for insincere conduct), like the gods/demi-gods, without even raising questions about the absence of Sincere conduct.
Insincerity gets passed for "smartness"; and jocular conduct gives a veil of social approval to the insincerity if the insincere words or the actions gets caught.
In India, it is common to treat a person like a dumb if he bears a singular thought, both in his conscious mind and the subconscious mind. Such a person is often seen as a gullible, rustic man, fit to be made fun of.
Indians suffer from the problem of "politics" as a cultural syndrome. Wherever in the world, you will see an Indian, you might notice lots of inter-personal troubles of extreme level.
This conduct is part of the insincerity which is commonly ingrained in every Indian right from his birth. An Indian has to contest hard against the insincerity of every other fellow Indian, right from his birth. The list will include all the relationships, which means the parents and the children relations too. Perhaps this is the real motivation for why there is so much hard emphasis given on the status of the mother, - so that the child may not become punishing to his mother in her later years of life, and the old age.