Talk About a Traditional Object or Traditional Product of Your Country that You Bought
- What Is It?
- How Is It Made?
- When Did You Try It for The First Time?
- Why Do You Like It?
Sample Answer of Talk About a Traditional Object or Traditional Product of Your Country that You Bought
India is known for its traditions and cultures. There are many times when I buy traditional products. Here I would like to talk about a traditional product which I purchased. It is none other than a kurta pyjama. It is mainly made with cotton fabric.
Skilled tailors stitch it in various designs. Nowadays, people can also purchase readymade kurta pyjamas according to size and colour choice. Moving to further, I will remember the first time I want this traditional product at my elder brother’s marriage.
When I warn about my brother’s marriage, it gives me a beautiful look since that time I wear it very often. I like this product because it is very comfortable to wear for many reasons, especially in summer.
Apart from this, it can be war in daily routine as well as in every kind of function. In addition, many colour options are available for kurta pyjamas.
Interestingly it was first introduced by Punjab, but now it’s popular worldwide.
As well as, this product is mainly for women, but sometimes men also wear it. So this is a traditional product which I bought.
Part 3 Follow Up Questions Talk About a Traditional Object or Traditional Product of Your Country that You Bought
Question 1:- Describe another traditional product from your country.
Answer – Bandhani saree is a traditional product of my state which is worn on different occasions and made from cotton fabric; moreover, it is mostly made in Kutch.
Question 2:- What are the benefits of traditional products to locals?
Answer –Local people make it by hand and then the sale to foreign people through that they on some penny and also show their culture.
Question 3:- Do you think the government should help in the promotion of traditional products?
Answer –Yes, the government should help local people promote traditional things through that younger people get knowledge about their culture and foreign by it to boost the economy.
Question 4:- Do you think because of globalization countries are adopting each other traditions?
Answer –Yes, nowadays Nations have adopted various cultures for instance, in my country, women wear a saree in the past and in the present, they wear jeans t-shirt and many more clothing items.
Question 5:- Why do people buy traditional products because of their traditional value or because they are handmade?
Answer – In my point of view, people buy a traditional product because it is made by hand and looks very beautiful, hence their home’s beauty, not to preserve their traditions or culture.
Question 6:- Did the traditional things of the past have more value than the present things?
Answer – No nowadays youngsters like technical items which are operated by machines, so they like present things, likewise electric pieces of equipment.
Question 7:- Did the traditional things of the past have better quality than the present things?
Answer – Yes, in the past, product quality was better than now because they were made by hand, and now products are made by various machines, and there are lots of errors happen.
Question 8:- Is it necessary to protect traditions?
Answer – Yes, it is very important to preserve traditions because our ancestors make them, and they are meaningful, like wearing a red saree at marriage which gives women positive Vibes.
Question 9:- Do you think teenagers should learn about traditions?
Answer – Yes, juveniles should learn about various traditions. Through that, they learn about their four fathers’ history and preserve them.
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