MemberJuly 9, 2021 at 5:56 pm::
India as a diverse country
India is a nation which represents “unity in diversity”.Our country has a mixture of religion ,culture, tradition, food etc. Indians have a polite and understanding nature. The diversity of India’s languages are often understood by the very fact that the Indian currency has 15 languages, besides Hindi and English, printed thereon , and most sign boards are written in English, Hindi and the state language.We all Indians are very powerful and United like a joint family who overcome all problems together and remain United. We carry the symbol of peace despite of being different from one other religion, cultures and traditions. We Handel all the problems together sort of a team. The unique thing in India is the extreme largest mountains covered with snow throughout the year. The Himalayas or the adobe of snow is that the source of the mighty rivers like Indus,Ganga and Yamuna. These perennial rivers irrigate extensive areas within the North to sustain the large population of the country. At the same time Northern India contains and zones and the desert of Rajasthan where nothing grows accept a few shrubs.India is a Democratic country where people themselves choose their leader and live with freedom and they can do anything they wish to within the limits of the law. If any citizen of India harm any other person, the rules and regulations are there to punish him in order to make him realise his fault. India’s culture is the oldest and civilization in India began about 4,500 years ago. India has 29 states with different culture and civilizations and second most populated country in the world. The Indian culture is known as a mixture of several various cultures.India gave birth to Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, and other religions. They are now prominently known as Indian religions. In this time Hinduism and Buddhism are the third and fourth-largest religions respectively of the world. Although India may be a secular Hindu-majority country, it’s an outsized Muslim population.
As India is a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-religious society it celebrates holidays and festivals of various religions. Major festivals include Diwali, Durga puja, Holi, Ganesh puja, Navratri, Rath yatra, etc are there around the year. We are proud to be an Indian, and we love to share the massage of ” unity in diversity ” to others .