What do we learn from the recent Indian Idol contest?The recently concluded Indian Idol (Series 9) contest that ran for some weeks in Sony channel has entertained the Music lovers a lot. The winner is from a non-Hindi speaking state and the finalists, to that extant all the participants, have won the hearts of the people from India and those living in abroad. Khuda Baksh from UP, Revanth from AP and Naga Rohit from Telangana emerged as Finalists and finally India voted in favour of Revanth. I have watched the programme very closely since the beginning and I want to derive conclusions in a different perspective.
All the participants participated with the same spirit and those who were eliminated in various rounds made an exit very sportively. The judges encouraged everyone with the same love and affection. Music has no division, either North or South. Music has no language whether Hindi or non-Hindi. If it were so, two Telugu speaking lads would not be in the Final and the Hindi speaking Khuda Baksh would have won. But it proved again talent would always get recognised and all the participants by encouraging one another have truly shown their sportive spirit. Why can't we show such a spirit in our areas of life and learn a leaf from them?