Reverse discrimination is the idea that people from a majority group are discriminated against by a minority group. In the context of Indians living abroad, reverse discrimination is the idea that Indians living abroad look down upon Indians from India. Unfortunately, this is a phenomenon that does exist among some Indians living abroad, though the extent to which it occurs is debatable.
It is important to note that this phenomenon is not limited to Indians living abroad. Reverse discrimination is a problem that exists among many minority groups across the world. However, it is particularly notable among Indians living abroad. This is likely due to the fact that there is a large number of Indians living abroad, many of whom have had the opportunity to gain access to resources, such as education and employment, that are not available to the majority of Indians living in India.
To understand the prevalence of reverse discrimination, it is important to examine the attitudes of Indians living abroad. While some may look down upon Indians from India, others may view them with respect and admiration. It is also important to note that not all Indians living abroad are in a position of privilege. Many are struggling to make a living and are faced with the same challenges as their counterparts in India.
At the end of the day, the question of whether or not Indians living abroad look down upon Indians from India is a complex one. While reverse discrimination does occur, it is not universal among all Indians living abroad. Ultimately, it is up to each individual to decide how they view their fellow Indians from India.
When it comes to the Indian diaspora, there are many complex issues surrounding the relationship between citizens of Indian origin living abroad and those still living in India. One such issue is the perceived social hierarchy between the two groups. There is a common belief among some Indians living abroad that they are “better” than their counterparts from India, and this can lead to tension and resentment.
This perception of social hierarchy can have a profound impact on the way members of the diaspora interact with one another and can lead to feelings of superiority and inferiority. In some cases, the differences in social standing can lead to a feeling of entitlement and condescension, with Indians living abroad feeling that they are more “worthy” of respect and opportunities than those living in India.
It is important to understand that these perceptions of hierarchy are not always accurate or justified. There are many talented and successful Indians both in India and abroad, and the notion of a hierarchical divide should not be used to create division within the diaspora. Instead, we should be looking to foster a sense of solidarity and mutual respect between all members of the Indian diaspora, regardless of their location.