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Indian Cultural Heritage

Culture is :
the characteristic way of life
inspired by fundamental values in which people live
It is the sum total of the values
expressed through art, religion, literature, social institutions and behaviour
Indian word for culture is Sanskriti”.
It means to purify, to transform, to sublimate, to mould and to perfect.
Indians have described cultures as Human Culture

    (Manava Dharma or Manava Sanskriti )

One source for the universe, and infinite manifestations (ex. Energy)
Ekam sat viprah bahudha vadanti
Truth is one although its manifestations are many
The principle of unity in diversity is the implicit law of nature, universe and life
People belonging to various religions harmoniously co-exist in India.
Numerous styles of architecture, sculpture, painting, music, dance, festivals and customs have developed here.
This wide variety has made the Indian culture rich and beautiful

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Cultural heritage is an “expression of the ways of living” developed by a community and passed on from generation to generation.
History has not been able to trace its beginning of Indian Culture
Culture traces are found from atleast 15000 BC
Civilization traces are found from atleast 8000 BC
History of Indian culture is through the book VEDAS, so some call it as vedic culture
As it traces from river Indus (Sindhu Nadhi),
    some also call it Indus Culture or Hindu Culture


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