Stereotypes are both negative and positive, but both of them are harmful to the peace, harmony, and solidarity of a society. The reason of harmfulness is that it limits the human perception about each other and enhances the judgmental nature of man. If a child belongs to a group of people who are assumed to be super intelligent, he has a social pressure of proving his intelligence even if he is not a born intelligent. Stereotypes harm individuality of man and make him a slave of general perceptions. Harsh assumptions about people may focus on social behaviors like violence, war, confrontations, competition and hatred. Hence, elimination of these stereotypes is considered to be necessary in order to attain a successful intercultural exchange. If a stereotype is justified and well-grounded, it may help to react appropriately in a given situation, but if it is a wrong and unjustified, it may make the situation worst. Hence, there is a need of treatment of stereotypes, such that wrong and unjust stereotypes are eliminated and justified ones are shaped up so that they may not hurt people of specific group. Here comes another type of stereotyping, which scholars call ‘sophisticated stereotyping’. This is called as sophisticated because it is the result of empirical work done by scholars to encapsulate the cultural behavior of people and make cultures comprehendible for others. Scholars pay great attention while setting these stereotypes, such that they may not hurt dignity or emotions of particular group of people. However, it is impossible to completely eliminate stereotypes from society, or if it is done, it is unfavorable for human cognition.