Introducing Indian Society

Introducing Indian Society


Why do people of Indian origin in other countries and also people living in different zones of India say and consider themselves people of common culture?


Indians residing in other countries e.g. Britain or America, very often say that they belongs to Indian society. It is because they share our common norms and traditions. At the same time, we find that the people of Tamil Nadu or Kerala or Assam or Kashmir though have their different language and life style; identify themselves as members of a Indian society as well. It is because they belong to a common history and share so many common traditions and customs.

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