Travelling in India
Travelling in India




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 Travel to India and know its treasured sights.

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Culture

Indian culture is as old as the hills. Stretching back to the 5000 years, it exists as a melting pot of many races, castes, colors, creed, sex and religion. The enticing unity among the people in India is the evidence of brotherhood and oneness among them. Indian culture is widely influenced by the rich historical past of the country. The Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs and Buddhists of India and their myriad religious beliefs, customs and rituals forms the inseparable part of the fascinating Indian culture collage. Most of these customs, faiths and beliefs have been handed over from one generation to another and still forms the integral part of the society.

Rajasthani Dance

The art and craft, dance and music, fairs and festivals, architecture and people are all part of the rich and diverse culture of India. Trip to the city of Rajasthan, introduce you to the true colors of India. The city offers you the unique sights of the architectural magnificence of the forts and palaces. Enthralling rides on camel and elephants can be compared to the ride in Mercedes Benz. The women of Rajasthan are fascinatingly adorned in bright colored clothes, wearing tons of jewelery and men wearing turbans are examples of diversity of culture in India.

Talking about the architecture of India, one's mind traverses to the great temple cities of the south Chidambaram, Rameswaram, Kanchipuram, Madurai to the architecture splendors of he Vijaynagar empire an ruins of Hampi to the erotic sculptures of Khajuraho and the grand Mughal architecture of Delhi, Agra and Fatehpur Sikri.

India look reason for celebrations, be it Holy, Diwali, Pongal, Durga Puja, Id or Christmas. Every festival has its own special significance. Weather you go to east or west Delhi, north or the south Delhi, you would be able to enjoy every month a festival or a fair. It is its rich traditions and customs that has binded the people in the country.

Foremost among the performing arts are India's classical dances – Bhartnatyam, Odissi, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, and Mohiniattam, that have their origins in various states across the country. Every dance has a precise vocabulary of emotions and these are displayed by gestures that involve the body, arm face, figures and eyes. Classical music in India has no comparison with western orchestra.

Along with the traditional music, western music is also equally popular in the country. Every major hotel has a restaurant with the live band and dance floor. These range from the informal coffee shops and to sophisticated night clubs.

Yet another facet of Modern Indian culture is experienced through the colorful lifestyle of the tribal people inhabited in the country. Some of the most popular among them are gonds, bhils, munda, santhals, angami, nagas and great andamanese.



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