These 3 questions should never be asked to the guests coming to the house, relations deteriorate, there is a stigma in the society…
‘Atithi Devo Bhava:’ This sentence is always said about the guests of India. This means that the guest deity is one. When he comes to your house, treat him as you would when you come to a deity. This guest should have no problem. He shouldn’t listen to you. This is our tradition but it is also a sign of a good personality.
There has been a decrease in the number of guests coming home during the Corona period. But still, if someone comes to your house, never ask anything special about him. Usually, when a well-known guest comes home, we put a series of questions in front of him. According to personality development experts, one should always avoid asking specific questions to the guests in the house.
Some people have a bad habit that as soon as they come to the guest’s house, they ask for their complete resume. We should not ask any questions to the guests of the house about their education. If the guest is less educated, has not studied in any good institute, or has not passed with good marks or is looking for job and does not get it, then he/she should not get disappointed by asking such things. Such questions can bother him. If he says this of his own free will, then it is a different matter.
‘Son, how much will you earn in a month?’ Big people have a very dirty habit that they ask people for their salary. Their blind knowledge is neither good nor bad. Instead, you’ll embarrass the next person to investigate. So it is better not to ask others for their income and not try to prove them to this level. On the other hand, if their income is high, then they do not have any problem.
It is not a good habit to ask friends, relatives, neighbors etc. about their religion and race. Asking such questions can ruin the relationship. Anyone of any religion or caste can be hurt by this question. So don’t forget to ask such questions.