Rituals refer to a set of activities performed in a specific manner by an individual. These activities are an outcome of the tradition followed by the community to which the individual belongs to. Values and beliefs are a part of an individual’s ethical system which shapes his or her attitude and behavior towards other people or things. Community in which an individual grows up or resides influences the ethical system which he or she follows. For example, as a child I had always seen people belonging to my community touching their elder’s feet or greeting them with ‘Namaste’ and the same was taught to me. Today, I follow the same ritual when an elder visits me or when I meet them and intend to pass down the same value or practice to my future generation. Moreover, I belong to a community where consumption of alcohol, tobacco or killing of animals is considered to be a crime. Right from the childhood, I have been asked to refrain from these, because of which even today when I travel abroad I carry some homemade or ready to eat vegetarian food so that I do not hurt the emotions or expectations of my fellow men. In addition to this, being a ‘Hindu’ I have always been taught to pray or remember and thank the almighty for whatever he has bestowed on us before starting or commencing any important work. I always do the same every day before leaving my house and intend to teach the same to my following generation.