India has a very diverse culture with different religions people, different food, different clothes, and different language. It is the oldest culture in the world and it's not just one country but its many states including Punjab, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Chandigarh and others. India is full of cultures, traditions, languages and religions blended together.
The most prominent religion in India is Hinduism which comprises several practices and beliefs such as a strong belief in living peacefully with others, respecting each other and respecting nature etc.
India is a place where different religions are followed. Some of these religions are Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
Hindus believe in Karma and follow lord Shiva, lord Ganesha and lord Vishnu. Muslims believe in Allah (God), Christan believes in the Lord Jesus Christ and Sikhs believe in Sikh Gurus.
People of India have a strong belief in religion and they worship their god on daily basis full of faith.
A joint family is a traditional Indian family structure in which everyone lives under the same roof. In it, the father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, and children are all under one roof. It is common in India that a person marries into his/her father's family and stays with them as long as they live.
But with modernization, today's young generation loves to leave alone with their wife and children only. But the concept of the family gathering at events, parties, and marriage is not lost at all.
India is popular for its traditional festival. It celebrates the festival with a lot of joy and happiness. In India, different festivals are celebrated every month. Some of them are national festivals i.e. Republic Day (26 January), Independence Day (15 August), and Gandhi Jayanti or Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti(2 October). Whereas some religious festivals are i.e. Holi, Diwali, Eid, Christmas, Dussehra, and Guru Nanak Jayanti.
India is the most festival celebrated country both religious and national where Diwali is the most famous festival all over the world
India is famous for its spices and different varieties of food. It is a country that has a lot to offer in terms of cuisine. The people of India are very fond of eating different types of food. In India, there are different types of cuisines such as North Indian cuisine, where rice, roti, and vegetables are consumed; South Indian cuisine, where Idli, Sambhar and Dosa are consumed; East Indian cuisine which is famous for Rasgulla; West Indian cuisine which is known for Thepla, Fafda-jalebi, Khakra etc.
India is a land of many languages. There are 22 official languages in India, but if you want to get around and communicate with locals, Hindi will be your best bet.
Hindi is one of the most common languages spoken in India. There are more than 1 billion people who speak Hindi as their primary language. It is also considered the official language of India, which means that everything related to government business must be done in Hindi.
While the other official language are Assamese, Bengali, Bodo (a language spoken in the state of Jharkhand), Dogri (a language spoken in the state of Jammu and Kashmir), Gujarati (a language spoken in Gujarat), Kannada (a language spoken in Karnataka), Kashmiri (a language spoken in the state of Jammu and Kashmir), Konkani (a language spoken in Goa and Maharashtra), Maithili (a language spoken in Bihar), Malayalam (the national language of Kerala), Manipuri (the national language of Manipur), Marathi (the national language of Maharashtra), Nepali (the national language of Nepal), Odia (the national language of Odisha) Punjabi (the national language of Punjab), Sanskrit (also known as Classical Sanskrit), Santali