Indian tribalism is well known part of the culture, whether it’s in ethnicity or even within households and extended family. Personally I can count the number of Indian guys who know of The Game and are pretty well versed in it’s skills on one hand. I am sure there are plenty out there but I’ve yet to come across them, in fact I have found that most Indian guys my age (stereotyping here) are just standard betas who bow to the will of their fathers and uncles etc.
The psych here comes from Indian families and how they work. By the age of 23/24, your parents, uncles, aunts and practically everyone the generation above, is on your ass about getting married. They actively spend time finding a girl, hooking you up on pointless blind dates and lots more. A lot easily succumb to that pressure and fulfil the wishes of their parents, a chodeness that resonates with their peers.
Asian family hierarchy is set in stone traditionally. Once a man marries and has a child he automatically ascends to alpha in his household even above his own father who still tries to remain top of the perch but inevitably falls. If you don’t follow this ‘natural course’ that being an Indian seems to dictate then inevitably that alpha male in your household will project his vision on you and do his best to make you do what he wants (get married and have bloody kids!).
The Indian tribalism is normally structured as:
The Grandfather -> Eldest son -> Rest of his sons -> Eldest of Eldest son -> and so on – and this will be within an even larger extend family and community structure.
I’m not sure how this would work in a kingdom but I’m guessing it would be closer to agnatic primogeniture?
I am still a bachelor at the grand old age of 30 and according to my old man and my old dear I am past it and will soon find no-one to spend my life with. There was a conversation with my dad a few years back, he’s old fashioned, traditional (something that I respect) but unfortunately it’s not something that the modern woman respects.
Father – “Don’t you want to get married son and settle down? You can’t be a bachelor forever you know? ”
Me – “Not yet, I’m fine, just want to have fun with as many girls as I can”
Father – “Son there’s only so many holes you can poke into the wall!”
Me – “I know dad but my wall is the Great Wall of China”
Father – (laughs quite a bit) “ok bye” <hangs up>
He laughed, of course he fucking did, even I bloody did. Inside though he was rueing it, he’s hardly pressed me on the matter since though my old dear does her best. He knew it, he suspected his downfall, my brother’s waging a war path in the house too asserting his authority, me the oldest son being away from home is no longer under the sway of that alpha male anymore. He’s accepting it now, his time to rule the tribe has gone, and that is without neither of his sons getting married and having children. Poor man, he ruled the roost for a good stint but his time is done. Has he lost his tribe? Or is this just the modern world of Indian tribalism? I have no idea, my brother neither knows seduction nor thinks he needs it, so I believe that he’ll take over the tribe in time.
To be come a player in this world, you’ve got to break out of that hold. It’s quite sad, traditional and conservative values are disappearing all over the world. These values shaped civilisation for millenia, yet here we are at a forefront whereupon you either adapt with the slutiness or you accept that you’ll marry a slut.
Is the world a better place for me dictacting that I don’t require Indian tribalism? No, as you’ll all know, players are not wanted by society. It’s why we are ostracised and despised. Society want’s men to get married, to make babies and to slave their asses off for fuck all. Indian culture is no different, you’ve got 2 paths, get married or get the fuck out. I’m in the latter phase for now as I love this lifestyle though I may get married in the future.
It was a huge step for me initially as I wrote in a post for the Return of Kings a couple of years back.
Unfortunately I can’t speak for the rest of my indian contemporaries, or maybe I can because I think that they are the complete opposite to me. How many Indian’s are there that reject their Indian tribalism? How many Indian men actually have the courage to do it? I’d guess not many at all, after all who wants to be the lion that looks like he’s been cast out of his pride?