The first episode of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah aired in 2008. TMKOC is among the most popular and respected television series, and the actors are well-known.

TMKOC is much more than merely a spectacle for its followers, from Jethalal’s humor with Bapu Ji to Daya Ben’s unwavering passion for garba to Sodhi’s “party-sharty.” For others, it’s a light entertainment that they watch every time they sit down to have dinner, but for many others, it’s a series that educates them about compassion, family, and companionship.

Here are 5 things the TV show TMKOC teaches us.

1. Nothing is impossible when you’re a team.

In Gokuldham, all of the clans constitute one huge wonderful family. The people of Gokuldham have defeated countless foes through the sheer force of their unity. When they’re all together, even the most formidable opponent appears to be a piece of cake. That’s how we ought to be. Because then you can fix any issue when you’re all united.

2. All of it revolves around brotherhood.

The show’s main point is that friendship is almost everything. Jethalal and Taarak, have a solid friendship in which they function as each other’s rescuer and buddy. Not only those two, but even Iyer, who has a love-hate relationship with Jetha, comes to his rescue whenever the circumstance calls for it.

3. Everyone deserves to be respected.

If you’re a long-time fan, you’ll know that everyone in the society refers to Jetha’s father as ‘Bapuji,’ and that he is always sought for guidance. Not only that, but they treat everyone as equals, treating Bagha and Nattu Kaka as people in society alone. In fact, the children adhere to this rule and ensure that everyone is represented fairly.

4. Neighbors are like a family who helps you when you need their help.

When Popatlal needs his ‘sisters’ help for his marriage hunts, Mahila Mandal – the society’s females have banded with each other to assist him. The neighbours function as a household, whether it’s resolving Iyer-problems Babita’s or assisting Mrs Bhide when her stern spouse lashes out.

5. Youngsters too can help out.

The Tappu Sena not only resolves concerns in the most naive of ways, but also assists society members in resolving smaller problems. They are sensible, committed, educated, and cohesive. That’s a fantastic quality to learn from children.

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