Having married an Indian woman I can agree. they treat you with much better respect and actually take wedding vows seriously... and very hard for them them to not stay married. And they take raising kids and education VERY seriously.
I just got back from India and my wifes Nieces and Nephews are allin the 10-12 grade range. All want to be Physists/Docs etc... and have scary good grades. And I mean good grades in REAL subject Math/Sci/Eng etc...
Don’t even start me on Indians, but probably no different than even Nigerians in this country. Where I work there’s a Nigerian who sometimes tells me about people at his church - so for fun, I ask him what that person does. He’s either an executive, brain surgeon, or something similar. Needless to say one of his daughters will be a doctor, the other a nurse practitioner. Then I walk by the desk of an American, who proudly displays a picture of her son decked out in a football uniform and not even knowing how to smile. The kid will likely go nowhere, either in football, or in academics, but will need new knees by age 50, but won’t be able to afford the flight to Costa Rica to get the surgery (obviously, the days of insurance-paid knee replacements are numbered in the states).
Great job on the wife. In her culture, she would be considered a complete failure if she leaves you without a really good cause (as in being beaten or equivalent). You not doing the dishes or picking up your socks doesn’t cut it. And should you wonder off with another woman, they will look at her to try figure out what she did wrong to lose you - but then that doesn’t happen, because she knows what it takes to keep her guy happy.
TOTALLY DIFFERENT than when an American woman gets with her feminist friends or even her family (in most cases).