About indian heritage and culture

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Indian Cultures as Heritage by Romila Thapar

Every society has its cultures: the patterns of how people live and express themselves and how they value objects and thoughts. What constitutes Indian heritage and cultures has been much discussed. Romila Thapar begins by explaining how the definitions of the concept of culture have changed since the last three centuries and hence require added attention. Cultures when defined by drawing on selected items and thoughts from the past, remain relatively unknown, except to a few. Yet each has a context and meaning relating them to the past and to their significance as a contemporary presence. Contexts, often regarded as unconnected to culture, can to the contrary, be quite illuminating. Thapar touches on a few of these, ranging from objects that identify cultures, to ideas that shape cultures, such as social discrimination, the role of women and attitudes to science and knowledge. Thought-provoking books such as this spark debate and the debate may lay to rest some current shibboleths about India’s culture.
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Culture of India

India is a diverse country, a fact that is visibly prominent in its people, culture and climate. From the eternal snows of the Himalayas to the cultivated peninsula of far South, from the deserts of the West to the humid deltas of the East, from the dry heat and cold of the Central Plateau to the cool forest foothills, Indian lifestyles clearly glorify the geography. The Indian culture varies like its vast geography. People speak in different languages, dress differently, follow different religions, eat different food but are of the same temperament. So whether it is a joyous occasion or a moment of grief, people participate whole-heartedly, feeling the happiness or pain.

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We are culturally rich people and we love the traditions and the customs that is needed to live in the society. People of different religions have the different culture but we tend to follow all of them with dignity and pride. India is a developing nation and it has millions of people and all of them come from different backgrounds and culture. We as Indians live with the culture that we have inherited from our ancestors and we still follow it and we also love to pass it to the generations and teach them the culture and the traditions. Culture also defines our behavior towards others as for how delicately we respond to the things and our comprehension towards values, morals, standards, and convictions. Individuals of old ages pass their societies and convictions to the coming generations and in this way, every person here carries on properly to the others as they effectively found out about the culture from their parents and family and our elders. Our culture can be seen here in almost everything like art,dance, creativity, music, fashion, social standards, behavior, social norms, engineering, dressing sense, and so forth.

To know about its varied culture in-depth you need to take on a cultural tour. Tough we have an array of tailored tour packages yet we provide you the opportunity to get customized itineraries to cater your needs and requirements. A mosaic of faiths, heritage, tradition, culture and languages that blend harmoniously to form a composite whole. The culture of India is one of the oldest cultures in the world. Whenever we talk about the culture and colors of India a flash of vivid images of blossoming green forests, glittering blue lakes, magnificent scenic beauty and sweeping panoramic view, imposing Snow - clad peaks reaching for the sky, sounds of the crowded bazaars and exuding aroma of curry and sandalwood Wow! All about India is so gorgeous and its diverse unique culture adds cherry to the cake.

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  1. The culture of India refers collectively to the thousands of distinct and unique cultures of all cultural heritage sites of India; India's intangible cultural heritage Another UNESCO site dedicated to Indian dance and other cultural heritage.

  2. The Ministry of Culture plays a vital role in the preservation and promotion of art and culture.

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