Our country shows a deep underlying unity despite great diversity. The pre-Aryans, the Indo-Aryans, the Greek. This being basic to Indian culture, as manifest in literature, philosophy, fairs and festivals and all other areas of life, it is natural that this common outlook accounts for a cultural unity evidenced both in theory and practice. For example, Ganga is worshipped in all the Tour direction of the country. These dance styles are from different states of India but a Maharashtrian girl performs Kuchipudi which originated in Andhra Pradesh or a Tamilian boy performs Kathak which is a North Indian dance form. We belong to the land which has the tradition of music and dance since ancient periods. People here have religion tolerance power as their unique feature which helps them to feel no difficulty on the occurrence of different religions.
The history of India's unity in diversity is remarkable and conveys a strong message that nation is above than any particular religion or culture. The eastern region inhabited by the pre-Aryan tribals made its own contribution. Most of the languages spoken in North India belong to the Indo- Aryan family, while the languages of the South namely Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada belong to the Dravidian family. All these peoples and their cultural traits commingled so inextricably that currently they can be clearly identified in their original form. Religious Diversity: India is not religiously a homogeneous State even through nearly 80 per cent of the population profess Hinduism. It again give rise to the growth in various professional areas like music, fine arts, drama, dance classical, folk, etc , theater sculpture, etc.
Whether it is fireworks, dancing, feasting or fasting, Dussehra is one of the popular festivals of India. Hinduism, which forms majority of India's population has either absorbed the foreign cultures or has influenced them largely. Other administrative officers and anthropologists like J. In the world of business, it plays an important role in developing and innovating products, taking into account likes, dislikes and preference of consumers from different social, and cultural background. This is the work for which I have come.
India is a big country comprising many racial groups with a great number of spoken languages and dialects. It, indeed, is one of the countries in which people live with peace and harmony despite having multi-cultural systems. We can overcome this problem if we bury our feelings of differences for one another and work unitedly. Thus we find that despite the variety of religion, cultures, languages, geographical diversity etc. The political condition is stable in India and it allows multinational companies to start their venture, which opens up employment opportunities for the Indians. Iranian inscriptions are important for the origin of the term Hindu. But the ultimate aim of achieving salvation and the fear of Hell keeps them all bound together.
For the further progress of India unity is an important aspect and it needs to be taught to every child by their parents and. There is no doubt that Indians of old made remarkable progress in a variety of fields, but these advances alone cannot enable us to compete with the achievements of modern science and technology. If you make claims, they need to b … e supported by logic. We should enthusiastically participate in this work of promoting the enthralling diversity of our country with maintaining the harmony and peace. India has the oldest civilization and culture and some of which still being practised today.
Specialities include the beginning of the floral festival, worshipping Lord Ganesh and dancing across a flower pattern made with seven concentric wooden circles on top of one another to resemble any temple. Places of pilgrimage, scattered throughout India, help bring about interaction and mutual contacts among people of all parts of India. So what better than adopting writing itself as a profession? Indian is a composite cultural society where world religions like Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, etc. Caste barriers and prejudices do not allow even educated individuals to appreciate the dignity of manual labour and hamper our unification for a common cause. Some of the rivers are ascribed divine origin and are considered sacred by every Indian. There is need to nurture this difference, which calls for moving beyond tolerance to embracing and rejoicing in the diversity of each individual, irrespective of caste, creed, colour or religion.
The people of India are united with a common cultural heritage have a feeling of unity in spite of having external differences. They are indeed different, yet how is it possible to recognise their difference in a glance, since the truth of Jina Buddha and the truth of Shiva is one. Political Unity: In the political sphere, the unity of the country has been one of the greatest goal which most of the Indian rulers cherished. You choose any of them as per your requirement. Unfortunately, these survivals inhibit the development of the individual and the country, and were deliberately fostered in colonial times.
Although there are many Munda pockets in Chhotanagpur plateau, the remnants of Munda culture in the Indo-Aryan culture are fairly strong. Some of the important forms of diversity in India are discussed below. Linguistic Unity: Although India possesses a variety of language, but she has enjoyed a linguistic unity from the earliest times. Monotheism has been a consistent feature of the Indian spiritual tradition. The concept of unity in diversity was used by both the and societies in 400—500 In premodern Western culture, it has existed in an implicit form in certain organic conceptions of the universe that developed in the civilizations of and. The country abounds in tribal dances, old-dances as well as classical dances of great virtuosity.
They follow different customs, traditions and speak different languages. In fact Sanskrit served as the lingua franca during the ancient times. Not to forget, there are some anti-social elements who try to corrupt the country by their behaviour and activities, yet India remains united. Thus we find that in spite of the religious diversities there has been an undercurrent of cultural unity which to a large extent nullified the peculiar effects of various religions. And we, as the younger generation, should enthusiastically engage in this most rewarding work of promoting the kaleidoscopic diversity of the country and the harmonious unity of the people of the land. But, the ancient old immaculate bond of brotherhood proved all their attempts futile.