Western 'Happiness Model' Exposed! [Should India follow the West blindly? Part 14] Karolina Goswami



Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Norway…for many, they are the so-called ’near perfect’ nations.
After all, it is Sweden and Norway where the Nobel prizes are given, and of course, the Scandinavian nations have even been regarded as the ‘happiest’ ones.
But for the developing and poor countries, will blindly following the Scandinavian nations without any critical examination guarantee prosperity and happiness?
And even more importantly, some countries may have been labeled as ‘unhappy’ or ‘poor,’ but does that mean that the ‘poor’ are not allowed to question the rich?
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Don’t forget to watch the other episodes of this series:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 1:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 2
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 3:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 4:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 5:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 6:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 7:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 8:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 9:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 10:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 11:
Should India follow the West blindly? Part 12:
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