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Tell about Indian culture.

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Asked by Dr. P.K.Tripathi, 29 Jan '08 02:07 pm
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Indian culture is a fine fusion of various traditions. india is a cradle of different religions.portuguese,arabs, armenians, french, dutch, english , germans , chinese, jews all came to our country . we honored them as guests.we even followed some of their traits. with out offending our religious traditions and our culture.our architecture, art , aesthetics, folklore. dance, music are unique and unparalled in every style .complete in every form. our medical systems siddha and ayurveda are wanted by the foreigners. supremacy of our culture is our pride
Answered by samson aseervatham, 30 Jan '08 08:41 am

 
  
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India's diversity has inspired many writers to pen their perceptions of the country's culture. These writings paint a complex and often conflicting picture of the culture of India.
According to industry consultant Eugene M. Makar, for example, traditional Indian culture is defined by a relatively strict social hierarchy. He also mentions that from an early age, children are reminded of their roles and places in society.[18] This is reinforced, Makar notes, by the way many believe gods and spirits have an integral and functional role in determining their life. Several differences such as religion divide the culture. However, a far more powerful division is the traditional Hindu bifurcation into non-polluting and polluting occupations. Strict social taboos have governed these groups for thousands of years, claims Makar. In recent years, particularly in cities, some of these lines have blurred and sometimes even disappeared. He writes important family relations extend as far as gotra, th ...more
Source: Indian Culture
Answered by Suraj, 16 Mar '12 07:46 am

 
  
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India is a multi cultrue country. In country live different relegions. and every relegions have different values and culture.
Answered by universaltruth, 29 Jan '08 02:10 pm

 
  
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Indian culture is rich and diverse and as a result unique in its very own way. Our manners, way of communicating with one another, etc are one of the important components of our culture. Even though we have accepted modern means of living, improved our lifestyle, our values and beliefs still remain unchanged. A person can change his way of clothing, way of eating and living but the rich values in a person always remains unchanged because they are deeply rooted within our hearts, mind, body and soul which we receive from our culture.
Indian culture treats guests as god and serves them and takes care of them as if they are a part and parcel of the family itself. Even though we dont have anything to eat, the guests are never left hungry and are always looked after by the members of the family. Elders and the respect for elders is a major component in Indian culture. Elders are the driving force for any family and hence the love and respect for elders comes from within and is not artifici ...more
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 29 Jan '08 02:10 pm

 
  
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Multiple culture in one country - is INDIA
Answered by Ghanta Veera Naga Benarjee, 29 Jan '08 02:10 pm

 
  
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Unity in diversity!
Answered by T A RAMESH, 29 Jan '08 02:09 pm

 
  
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It id not very easy to explain on net please visit india and feel how it is
Answered by meena, 29 Jan '08 02:09 pm

 
  
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It is traditional but now getting modern.
Answered by Pravin Tambe, 29 Jan '08 02:09 pm

 
  
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