In the Past, People Used to Travel to See the Differences from Their Home Country. (1)

In the Past, People Used to Travel to See the Differences from Their Home Country.

In the past, people used to travel to see the differences from their home country. However, the sceneries in places around the world seem similar nowadays. What are the causes of these similarities? Do you think that the advantages of these similarities outweigh the disadvantages? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own experience or knowledge.

Travelling all around the globe gives people insight into traditions and cultures from different countries. In earlier times, individuals travelled to different destinations to learn about the contrast between their native place and other countries. But, at present, all landscape seems indistinguishable.

There is a wide variety of causes for this resemblance. People are fond of travelling. Whenever one travels to foreign countries or any other part of the world, they perhaps find things that they desire to apply to their hometown also. One significant activity that is happening nowadays is the construction of buildings that look like to those abroad. More than half the percentage of recently established houses are exactly as in foreign countries. Moreover, almost all foreign chocolates, outfits, gadgets and all other items are available in each part of India. That will definitely help people to grab things without waiting for a long time.

It is evident that those changes are accompanied by many negative aspects. I don’t really think the advantages outweigh the disadvantages. Each nation has its own traditions that are the ancestor’s heritage. Introducing new culture will break the identity of the nation. On top of that, tourism is one of the utmost businesses that is on-trend now. In that case, if all the places become identical, it will turn the plate over.

To sum up, with all seriousness I will every country or city should have their own culture and they should follow them. It is always great to adhere to others’ lore but not completely.

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