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    When one thinks of India, the endless diversity is noticeable. The significant difference in culture is evident throughout India. Considering territories there are 29 states, geographically from Everest to Desert and land surrounded by the Indian Ocean. India is a country with 22 official languages and so many local languages. Certainly, India is a country with various subcultures and numerous cultural values. At the same time, the country with population one side rooted to India’s own traditions and other side accepting modern culture from the west world. Figure 1 shows Hofstede research findings of Indian culture. He rated Indian culture on the scale of 1 to 100 upon six cultural values as follows Power Distance, Individualism, Masculinity,…

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    Political Culture in India and Japan. Introduction. Both India and Japan have majestic and unique cultures of their own kind. Both countries have a vast culture whose roots are dated back to centuries. Both the countries are well known for their culture. They have gained utmost respect from other parts of the countries due to their awe-inspiring culture. One can see culture as a baroque phenomenon which features morals, laws, knowledge, art, beliefs and all those other credentials that a man may…

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    India is a country in South Asia and the country’s origins are rooted in ancient history. The name of the country is derived from the ancient Indus Valley Civilization that was centered around the Indus River Valley. The Indus Valley Civilization, which was known as the Harappa civilization, was located in the northwest corner of now what is known as India. The Indus civilization is one of the three oldest civilizations in the world. India has been long recognized for its vast empires and…

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    live only in one country. The reasons are varied, including they have more than one name and learned both cultures. In the story, Jasmine, the main character Jasmine is confused whether she belong to the culture of India or America due to different places, different kinds of people, and the difference in belief. Every country, city, or place has their own culture and tradition. Everyone has their own lifestyle of their country. However, people required to change their mindset in order to live…

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    In 1867, Amy Beatrice Carmichael was born as the oldest of seven children in the Carmichael family. Her father owned a flourmill business in their hometown, Millisle, Ireland. Amy grew up going to church and listening to her neighbors telling her and her siblings stories from their missionary days in India. Amy attended a Marlborough House boarding school in England. This was an all girls’ school but a few of her brothers attended a boys’ boarding school in England too. Amy was always causing…

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    worldwide. The headquarters is in India and have manufacturing units in the United States Of America and New Zealand.…

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    DESTRUCTIVE ASPECTS OF RELATIONSHIP IN ACCORDANCE WITH INDIA’S CULTURE AND TRADITION Divakaruni portrays the importance of love and marriage through her characters in the novel. She brilliantly moves the plot with the bond of marital relationship that exists between the couples. She also depicts the actual idea that exhibit within the tradition, culture and religion of India with a strong implication to the characteristics of relationship. Divakaruni also states the tension and suspense that…

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    Love is a motivation for people to fight, defend, and mature for. Lucius Apuleius' myth, Cupid and Psyche, tells the story of the strength and determination of the mortal needed to regain a lost love. Francesca Lia Block's modern retelling, Psyche's Dark Night, emphasizes the many issues that affect relationships and explores the pain that accompanies dating. The retelling offers a new look into love and whether or not it is worth all the pain that accompanies it. The updated setting and…

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    Learning about Asian cultures has always been fascinating to me. Growing up, I did not have much exposure to Eastern cultures, religions, even food! As I have gotten older, I keep getting pulled East with where I would like to travel and explore traditions. India is particularly interesting to me, but I do not know a lot about the country. If you asked me a few weeks ago, I would associate India with bright colors, elephants and a love of cows. That’s it. Throughout the past few weeks, I have…

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    to better the future of India. These changes apply to the War Department, and how we should deal with nationwide protection, crime and security. I along with many of the people in India do not approve of having a War Department that has tanks, air planes, or any other type of deadly weapons. We believe we should keep India a peaceful country without having weapons capable of using lethal force. I would like to propose to have a violence free India because I feel this would keep India safer and…

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