No wonder that this country is such a popular tourist destination. You can enjoy the beauty of this country visually as well as spiritually.
Perhaps not everyone knows that Indian culture is one of the oldest, richest and most diverse cultures in the world.
According to Ellis (1973), beliefs generate emotions. According to Ellis (1973), practically, all “emotional disturbances stem from demanding or whining instead of from wanting or desiring”.
People, who feel anxious, depressed or hostile do not merely wish to prefer something but also command, dictate, insist that they achieve this thing.
In conversation, it is advisable to stand quite away from a person you are talking to, as a sign of respect for their personal space.
You need to make sure that you do not touch another person, especially with your shoes or bare feet. either it’s anger or affection, emotions need to stay private. It seems that wherever you go, you will end up facing some exclusive piece of art in the form of painting, architecture or simply nature masterpiece.Not many countries can boast with such worldwide recognition.It is no wonder, as Indian culture is one of the oldest cultures of all times.Norms seen as expression of values are standards of behaviour shared by a larger segment of society. Informal norms are expressed through social customs or folkways and mores.Breaking of folkways may not be seriously taken by the society but defying the mores invariably invokes social sanction against the violators. because he believes that this abuse has lowered his prestige, status, etc.One frequently believes: (1) “It is awful that I am imperfect and am disapproved” (2) “It is terrible that you are treating me less than ideally” (3) “Or, it is horrible that the world is so onerous and ungratifying.” When one awfulises or catastrophises about reality, he is setting up an unverifiable, magical, unempirical hypothesis.For, to hold that anything is awful, terrible, or horrible, rather than unfortunate, unpleasant, or painful, is to hold: (1) It is all bad and can have no good in it; (2) It is more than bad or disadvantageous; (3) Because it is unpleasant, it should not and muse not exist; (4) One cannot stand its existence; (5) One has to be utterly miserable about it; and (6) One is a worthless person if he cannot immediately change himself, others, and the universe so that this awful thing no longer exists.India is truly a wonder, and if you have a chance to visit this beautiful and amazing country, just do so. Values comprise of ideas which are preferred, described in other words, what is good, right, wise or beneficial.Beliefs are ideas about the nature of social world, supernatural reality, a person or an object which one believes to be true and acts accordingly. The therapeutic concepts related to beliefs have been very well developed by Albert Ellis.Beliefs may be based on facts or may be without factual evidence. His approach (practice theory) is named as Rational Emotive Therapy.