However, comparing to other countries, of course we have much m,ore freedom because we can without impunity overlook most of the social, political and religious norms. We can throw the dirt or garbage on to the road or into the neighbor's compound if no one is there to see. We can make our pets to defecate the road or the front entrance of the the neighbor or some body else. We have the freedom to park our vehicle in front of the house where we make a visit, even if somebody may have to go out in a vehicle from that house. We have the freedom to spit with/without pan anywhere in public places including the stair ways of building even on the sign not to do so. We have the liberty to urinate against any wall though the passage may be frequented by many including women. The list is not complete. If all the liberties we enjoy as the citizen of India are to be enumerated it can be made as a long article in itself. No citizen in any other country has these freedom or liberty which is unique to India only. Even the Indians outside their country do not enjoy these freedom.
Ramanathan A R