Culture presages the arts, civilization, customs, faith, food habits, religious beliefs and various behavioral qualities required to endure in a given physical milieu.
The ecological, communal, and political vigor silhouettes the retorts of individuals and the total of all the responses is classified as culture.
The main feature of Indian culture is Unity in Diversity. It is often termed as a blend of multi-ethnic cultures prejudiced by a history that is over million years old, spanning across the sub-continent
We have a wide assortment of religions, castes and sub-castes, languages, dialects, religious and cultural festivals and traditions.
The food habits, customs, dance, music, clothing and even values differ from state to state.
Several features of the sundry cultures of India, for instance, religion, philosophy and even gastronomy have had a deep and reflective impact across the globe.
Indian culture has been deeply influenced by religions. They have been accolade with crafting a good deal of our architecture, art and music, literature and philosophy.
Indian sub-continent is the origin of Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism. Currently Hinduism and Buddhism are the third and fourth-largest religions of the world respectively.
The concept of joint-family comprising of grand-parents, parents, children and their spouses and issues which sounds archaic in Western culture still exists in India.
Another salient feature of Indian culture is arranged marriage. Most of the marriages in our society are planned by parents or elders members.
India is also known for the hospitality extended to guests, visitors, and even strangers, a concept that is rarely found in other nations.
Nobel Laureate Economist Amartya Sen has termed modern Indian culture has a complex amalgamation of traditions, influenced by upshots of colonialism and Western culture.