Words of Wisdom:

"bit** is not profane" - Rahul

Bharat Mahaan Hai

  • Date Submitted: 06/08/2013 09:37 PM
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1. India is the Greatest country and Indian culture is one of the richest cultures in the world. It is one of the oldest forms and has held its heritage and flavor right from its birth to the present day. India is well known for its culture and its various diversities in Indian culture. Though Indian culture is rich and great it was bound to undergo reforms and changes. Nothing stays permanent everything changes with time and so did the Indian culture change with time. As time went by slowly the Indian culture kept losing its heritage and richness. Reforms and changes came in. a tough of the western culture also influenced the Indians. Indian culture lost its richness. It was tried immensely to restore some rigidness in the culture but that was not to be.

The rich Indian culture has finally crumbled. Its rigidness has finally given way to globalization, modernization and urbanization. A few decades back drinking and smoking was considered as ill behavior and today it has become a general trend in the youth. The modern India is no more under its rich culture.

Modern India is completely under the influence of western culture. Starting from the dressing habits, food habits to the education all has changed. People are no longer interested in learning Sanskrit but are eager to learn languages like English, French and Spanish. Indian culture is under the threat of extinction. If steps are not taken to restore back the rigidity and heritage of Indian culture then soon there could be no existence of Indian culture. Indian culture is in danger in modern India, and if not taken care of the Indian culture could soon give way to the western culture leading to the loss of the rich Indian culture.............

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