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England wants her immigrants to learn English, because, well you know, it is England. The famous two- nation theory, forwarded by both Hindu and Muslim right, which lead to the red partition was based on this definition.

But then how do you explain India? What is that attribute common among Indians? Language - European Union has 28 countries and 24 official languages.

India alone has 22 scheduled languages among others. There is no one language spoken or understood throughout the country. There are no common traditions and customs either — we have scores of different religions, festivals, food items, dances etc making tradition in different parts.

Ethnicity — We are screwed there as well with simply countless Ethnic groups. A last theory is common struggle against common enemy.

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There are a few things that do come close — Indians are fairly united in their wars against outsiders but that is more because of national identity rather than cause of it. Same for sports cricket obviously getting special mention. Another thing is we enjoy same entertainment movies, singers etc. Still it is good to see that author should talk about those things that make us at least more Indian than our politicians ever did.

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