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  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
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  • stories, beliefs, media, ideas, works of art, religious practices, fashions, rituals, specialized knowledge, and common sense" (p. xvi).[1]
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity

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  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity

    Bengali thali and rosogulla
    Konark sun temple
    Durga puja
    Nagaland people

    Manipuri youths participates in the cultural rally with their traditional attire on the occassion of Bhogali Bihu, the harvesting festival of Assam, in Nagaon, Assam,India on sunday.
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity

    Bengali thali and rosogulla
    Konark sun temple
    Durga puja
    Nagaland people

    Manipuri youths participates in the cultural rally with their traditional attire on the occassion of Bhogali Bihu, the harvesting festival of Assam, in Nagaon, Assam,India on sunday.
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity
  • Over time, she has been exposed various external influences
    While her own internal diversity

    The mysore palace during Dussehra celebrations
    Madurai meenakshi temple complex
  • stories, beliefs, media, ideas, works of art, religious practices, fashions, rituals, specialized knowledge, and common sense" (p. xvi).[1]
  • stories, beliefs, media, ideas, works of art, religious practices, fashions, rituals, specialized knowledge, and common sense" (p. xvi).[1]
  • TEST

    1. 1. INDIA A land of diversity
    2. 2. - MARK TWAIN “INDIA is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grandmother of tradition. Out most valuable and most instructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only”
    3. 3. Where in the world is India? INDIA
    4. 4. Culture Art Language Cuisine Religion Customs What constitutes culture?
    5. 5. Indian culture - A historical perspective • India has a long and rich history • External influences on culture a) The Indus Valley settlements were built on the trade routes between China and Mesopotamia b) India has been ruled by several different dynasties. Each having left their mark • Internal differences a) The geographical diversity of the country, from the Himalayas in the north to the Indian Ocean in the south, has led people to adapt differently and have different cultures
    6. 6. Unity in diversity • There is no national language or alphabet; a dozen languages and scripts appear on the ten-rupee • There is no Indian race • There is no typical Indian diet • Over x types are religions are practiced with over y gods • Despite this, the cultural differences can be broadly classified into • East Indian culture • West Indian culture • North Indian culture • South Indian culture
    7. 7. East Indian culture
    8. 8. East Indian culture
    9. 9. East Indian culture
    10. 10. East Indian culture
    11. 11. East Indian culture 1. The sun temple at Konark built duing the 13th century 2. Manipuri youths in traditional attire on the occasion of Bhogali Bihu, the harvest festival of the state of Assam 3. A royal bengal tiger which after nearing extiction are improving in numbers 4. A typical meal in Bengal which includes fish and rice 5. Festivities on the occasion of Durga puja 1 2 345
    12. 12. West Indian culture
    13. 13. West Indian culture
    14. 14. Western Indian culture
    15. 15. West Indian culture
    16. 16. North Indian culture
    17. 17. North Indian culture
    18. 18. East Indian culture
    19. 19. South Indian culture
    20. 20. What makes up culture? Culture Art Language Cuisine Religion Customs A historical perspective

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