Is Indian English pronunciation sufficient for our purposes?There was a time when Britishers had colonies in so many places in the world. The English language was adopted by the local people in their own way and English had its so many dialects and pronunciation all over the world.
In India, Britishers had a long inning and we also adopted English from them. The pronunciation of Indian English is different than the British or American English. In fact this is the mechanism by which the new variations of languages emerge.
Some of the English medium schools in India advocate to teach the correct pronunciation of the words as per the British or American way and the students learn that. In general schools there is no such training and people talk in Indian English among themselves.
I feel that Indian English has already reached a respectable clientele and has its own pronunciation system evolved with time. In such a situation we should adopt it as it is rather then condemning it for its different pronunciation and emphasis.
What is your opinion on this?