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India is a country of rich culture where people of more than one religious culture live together. The culture of India is the oldest culture in the world around 5,000 years. Indian culture is considered the first and supreme culture of the world.


It is the country of the oldest civilizations in the world. The vital components of the Indian culture are good manners, etiquette, civilized communication, rituals, beliefs, values, etc. Even after the lifestyles of everyone have been modernized, Indian people have not changed their traditions and values. There is a common saying about India that “Unity in Diversity” means India is a diverse country where people of many religions live together peacefully with their own separate cultures. People of various religions differ in their language, food tradition, rituals, etc however they live with unity. 

The national language of India is Hindi however there are almost 22 official languages and 400 other languages are spoken daily in India in its various states and territories. According to history, India has been recognized as the birthplace of the religions like Hinduism and Buddhism.

People follow a variety of food cultures such as beaten rice, bread ole, banana chips, poha, potato papad, puffed rice, upma, dosa, idli, sugar, etc. Indian food is wide and includes a lot of variety. Each state of India has its own unique cuisine that reflects the culture and its tradition. Indian food is cooking using various methods, most of which preserve the nutrients contained in the fresh vegetables used.

India today is unfolding a story of a billion-plus people, or more precisely, one sixth of the world's population, on a big move as India's large and complex systems rapidly moving top-down and the country emerge as one of the fastest-growing economies of the world, India is probably the only country in the world where people belonging to different religions, castes and creeds, speaking different languages, having different cultures, different modes of living, different clothing, different feeding habits, worshiping different gods and deity live together in harmony and believe to be the children of one mother-MOTHER INDIA,

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