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Follow Indian Traditions Leave Western Lifestyles: Venkaiah Naidu

Follow Indian Traditions Leave Western Lifestyles: Venkaiah Naidu
Follow Indian Traditions Leave Western Lifestyles: Venkaiah Naidu

Hyderabad sources reported that Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday called for return to the Indian traditions of healthy eating and living by giving up "west oriented lifestyles". He said it was time Indians made changes to their lifestyle and returned to the traditional methods of healthy living. He said "We need to follow the customs and practices of our forefathers and abandon west oriented lifestyles," while speaking during the second anniversary function of the Swarna Bharat Trust's (SBT) branch in Hyderabad.

Furthermore he said traditional food habits and customs are not only time-tested but are healthy too as they were tailor made to suit the requirements of each season and region. He added "We need to create awareness and educate the youth for adopting healthy dietary habits and lifestyle by returning to our simple but effective ways of living”.

Follow Indian Traditions Leave Western Lifestyles: Venkaiah Naidu

Moreover he also called on the youth to pay renewed attention to agriculture, and added that natural farming with reduced use of chemical fertilizers should be promoted and also reiterated that regional languages should be protected. Reportedly there is a need to protect family values, the vice president said, adding, "Our traditions and customs not only strengthen the social fabric, but also create a bonding among different sections of society."

Follow Indian Traditions Leave Western Lifestyles: Venkaiah Naidu
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