What are the main differences between Indians and Pakistanis?
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There are multiple differences between the two countries. Despite of the hatred being mentioned in the comments for Pakistan, I think it’s very unfair to judge a country based on no personal interaction with the people and the country as a whole. Regardless, the arrogance prevails! So for those whom sincerely want to know the main differences between India and Pakistan, here it goes.
Both countries have beautiful places that are different in view. For instance Pakistan’s northern area is very cold, and has mountains, lakes, beautiful hills, waterfalls, and much more (like the towns→ naran, kagan, muree, nathia gali, and many many more). For India, there are areas that are warm and historic, with some regions being cold (some would include→ jaipur, agra, manali, munnar, and many many more). The overall idea is that the beauty of these countries are not man-made, they are from God, but there are a variety of them for each individual, so for some people Pakistan might be more beautiful and for others it might be India. Learn to appreciate all types of nature!
Next difference would be the culture. Pakistan has some places which are more liberal than others, in terms of how women dress, and the overall atmosphere, such as malls, shops, restaurants, schools, buildings and so-on. And then the majority of the people in the country are very modest in their dressing, and the women wear abaya, khameez shalwar with their head wrapped, and the young males wear pants and shirt, while the older men wear khameez shalwar. In India, it is similar even though the females over their dress more liberally and free-will, because their culture isn’t very fond of telling them how to dress. By no means, does it mean that women in Pakistan are forced to dress a certain way, they have choices, and modesty to them is more fitting.
Another difference would be religion. India has a vast variety of religions, some who are more in quantity than others. In India, hindus are the majority, along with muslims and sikhs. On the other hand, muslims are the majority by around 97%–98%.
Lastly, language can be considered another difference. In Pakistan people speak Urdu, as the main language, while in India the people speak hindi as the main language.
Take all of this into account, and understand to respect both countries.