Traditional values are to a child what soil is to a plant.
A child develops strong roots when nurtured in the rich soil of culture and traditional values. From there he can grow and flourish without the fear of losing direction.
Respect for grandparents and elders: Make your child imbibe this age old tradition of respecting grandparents & all elders. You can do this best by being a role model.
Love for juniors: Tell your child that showering love and taking care of younger brothers/sisters or cousins will earn him both love and respect from them.
Family values: Teach your child to put love before ego; value family ties, instill in him the virtue of tolerance, for this is the secret of a happy and successful life.
Inculcate the spirit of festivals: Make your child aware of the importance and relevance of festivals so that the legacy of our rich cultural traditions is preserved for the future.
Love for the nation: Let your child understand that one’s country is one’s home. This is where he belongs and this is where he’ll grow – breathing its air, drinking its water, eating its food – wrapped in the warmth of its values. The nation is worth any sacrifice that a person may be called upon to make.