India is well known for culturally diversity with a population which has people belonging to almost all faith present in the world. This wonderful nation has lot of to offer with its attractions, uniqueness, surprises, wonders and many more experiences.
India is the birth place of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Home to the oldest and richest civilization – Indus Valley Civilization, India showcases the depth and diversity of our cultures. The majority of the population follows Hinduism. From North to South, the diverse culture is clearly evident in its languages, clothing, food and daily living of people. Most of the regional ethics like customs, traditions, costumes, languages and food is still visible and expressed with same enthusiasm in the society. There are 22 regional languages along with Hindi which is the official language of the country. It is sometimes difficult to understand that even after so many different religions practicing different ethics, India is still united. The fact is that there is a harmony in cultural diversity and people do respect each other religion. In this modern era of technology, Indian people are still very much attached to their cultural beliefs and this is something which has preserved the cultural heritage of this nation.