Do you find any relation between these two?There are many customs and traditions in different places and in a big country like India every region has its own customs. There is a way of performing such customs and if you think of it you will find there are reasons behind all such practices. In West Bengal, if you are an invitee in a marriage reception or any social function where a meal is served you will find a few seniors of the family hosting the occasions will go to the hall where meal is served and request the invitees with folded hands to have the food in sufficient amount without any inhibition. This is a wonderful gesture of hospitality. As long as this remains a request it's good. But in a few cases, you may find the hosts pleading with some invitees to have more. There may be a few people in the family too who will coax you to have more food even if they invite you to their homes. I have observed certain aspects associated with this nature of pleading and coaxing. These people try to impose things on you in many ways. People may not take it too seriously as long as it is limited to having foods but if they try to impose their beliefs on you then the problem starts. If they are around you, you need to take their approval before trying anything new.
Members, do you think there is any relation between these activities of coaxing you to have more food and imposing beliefs on you?