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Thursday, 18 September 2014

TRADITIONS IN INDIA

TRADITION is a way of thinking, behaving, or doing something that has been used by the people in a particular group, family, society, etc., for a long time the stories, beliefs, etc., that have been part of the culture of a group of people for a long timeused to say that someone has qualities which are like the qualities of another well-known person or group of people from the past the handing down of information, beliefs, and customs by word of mouth or by example from one generation to another without written instructcultural continuity in social attitudes, customs, and institutionsIn India they have many traditions, whether it is Marriage, Food, Education, etc. They all are done in certain ways. Indians have many traditions when it comes to Family Life, Birth, Marriage, Dress, Food and Education. When it comes to Family Life in India I think it is the most important and meaningful. One of the traditions with family life is that you have to maintain strong bonds with all of your relatives. For most of the time 3 to 4 generations of your family are living under one roof. Most young women are expected to live with their Husbands relatives after marriage, but they still maintain strong bonds with their family as well. Girl  has to leave her parental home after marriage this tradition  will remain same for 1000 more years to comeIndia has 22 officially recognised languages, and a huge variety of literature has been produced in these languages over the years. Hindu literary traditions dominate a large part of Indian culture. Apart from the Vedas, which are a sacred form of knowledge, there are other works such as the Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharata, treatises such as Vaastu Shastra in architecture and town planning, and Arthashastra in political science. The most famous works in Sanskrit are the Hindu holy texts like the Vedas, Upanishads, and Manusmriti. Another popular literature, Tamil literature has a rich literary tradition spanning over 2000 years, and is particularly known for its poetic nature in the form of epics, and philosophical and secular works.Other great literary works, which marked the golden era of Indian literature, include 'Abhijanam Shakuntalam' and 'Meghdoot' by Kalidasa, 'Mricchakatika' by Shudraka, 'Svapna Vasavadattam' by Bhaasa, and 'Ratnavali' .
The most famous works of the Indian literature can be traced in the vernacular languages of the northern Indian cults of Krishna and of Rama. INDIA has 22 states and they follow different traditions and diffrent cultures so its very difficult to explain any particular tradition because all are awesome so i can say                       All Indians live in unity,& it’s a great beauty!So visit my country INDIA,It’s one of the most cultured Place