Know My India???

Well India, the name which everybody knows just as a country , has the second most populous democracy officially tittled the Republic of India , divided into thousands of socially exclusive castes and religions. So, we can say India has diverse culture and tradition.

Today i am writing this article on the auspicious occasion of India’s 72nd independence day to let you know that its not just a name of a country but a country full of love, incredible diversification and happiness. So let’s start.

As i have already told you about its demographies in the above phrases now its time to tell you about its speciality, its culture & its food. Indian culture comprises of many religions like Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Buddhism, Christianity and many more regional castes and religions. People from every caste and region lives in a very secular manner.

We celebrate lots of festivals together like Diwali, Holi, Durga Puja, Eid, Christmas, Lohri etc. All the festivals are so delightful and represents love and brotherhood and togetherness.

I am sharing some pictures of our cultural festivals with you all.

Durga Puja

Apart from the festivals our major strength is our manpower. As i told you earlier that India is the second most populous country. We Indians shares the culture of joint family. A culture of joint family makes us strong and gives us strength to fight from reverse situations as our belief is ‘Unity in Diversity’. We enlight our houses with love, care, emotions and happiness. Family love is the most prior thing of every Indian citizen.

There is one more interesting specialty of us, we indians are big foodie. We are having end number of local and cultural dishes. Every region, every culture is having their specialty in end number of dishes in both veg and non veg domain. I would like to share few names and pictures of dishes with you all.

Dhuska from Jharkhand state
Thukpa from Sikkim
Tandoori chicken from Punjab
Fish curry from West Bengal
Vada Pav from Maharashtra

A combination of these factors has resulted into an exclusive Indian Culture. It is a composite mixture of varying styles and influences. Apart from food, family culture and festivals india also comprises of various folk, pop & classical music which are so melodious to listen.

So this is my India for you. Hope you all like it!! β™₯

25 thoughts on “Know My India???

  1. I first saw pictures of India when I was in grade 3. Our teacher had spent her summer visiting India and shared the most beautiful pictures. I love your pictures! I would love to do the Lady Di thing and get a photo at the Taj Mahal πŸ™‚


  2. I love seeing posts like this, it’s great to see it from someone who lives there and is proud to share their culture. I didn’t know how many cultural festivals you had, I knew of Eid and Diwali already but not the rest.


  3. In a country as large as India, i can only imagine how incredibly diverse it is out there. It’s a beautiful country. The food, the culture, the land, and the people are all pretty amazing.


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