The Indian Culture Essay

1028 Words Feb 26th, 2009 5 Pages
The Indian Culture

The Indian Culture is a very interesting culture they have a lot of different ways of living, family relationships, foods, dress, and entertainment.

One of the great themes pervading Indian life is social interdependence. People are born into groups–families, clans, subcastes, castes, and religious communities–and live with a constant sense of being part of and inseparable from these groups. Social interaction is regarded as being of the highest priority in Indian families, and social bonds are expected to be long lasting. All social interaction involves constant attention to hierarchy, respect, honor, the feelings of others, rights and obligations, hospitality, and gifts of food, clothing, and other
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After the Indian bride may be carries away to her in-laws hone, or, if she is very young, she may remain with her parents until they deem her old enough to depart. A prepubescent bride usually stays in her natal home until puberty, after which a separate consummation ceremony is held to mark her departure for her conjugal home and married life.

Roadways in India have come a long way starting from a small path created naturally due to frequent walks. There are 259 National Highways on the basis of their route numbers. However, the construction and up keeping of roads is one of the countries most continuous and expensive tasks. Driven by the ambition to connect the various regions of the country with high quality motorable roads, the Ministry of Surface Transport so far has laid down a stretch of 52,010 km. of national highways in the country distributed over various states.

India has a lot of good entertainment such as obstacle courses for fun, singers, and actresses, every night. You only have to go to school to two years as long as you are successful. Indian music includes multiple varieties of folk, popular, pop, and classical music. The dance has various current forms. Its various currents forms include Bharatanatyam, Odissi, Manipuri, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Mohiniaattam, Kathak and Sattriya. Folk danced a re perofrmed for every possible occasion, to celebrate the arrival of seasons, birth of a child, a wedding and festivals.

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