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Most Popular Traditions in India



India has many special things that make it special the diversity, tradition, religion, culture and festivals. The 29 states with different dresses, and different styles and different languages and different lifestyles. Divided but still united. The religion and different culture are renowned in the whole world. We are full of several tradition and Customs that enrich our lives. From our glorious history to English invasion and new free India thing makes us special is our rite. Several unique customs that are followed still from the ancient civilization. They originate from the old scripts and the Vedas but still are very relevant in our life. It acts as a root for an establishment of a good life.
Here are some customs that an Indian can never stop believing at.
Variety of foods in India:  no taste in the world can match the taste and of Indian cuisine.  This is one of the main reasons of Indian popularity among the western countries. Due to wide Diversity and culture we have wide range of Indian cuisine. Style of cooking and taste change every state. The techniques skill herbs and spices the combination cannot be matched and thus making it a special.

Dances of India: unlike food the dance forms in India also changes in every state.  Among all of the dances folk and classical dances I am very popular. Each dance form has its unique origin.  Only the dance but the costumes used in the classical dance are full of beauty. The Representation is the main thing that captures our heart. Some dances are so difficult that it takes many years to be practise and be perfect in it.

Ethnic wear: the traditional wear in India is famous and is profound in western culture too.  Indian women’s wears sari. A beautiful long piece, of cloth that needs no stitching. Easy and comfortable cloth which looks very beautiful. And for men’s the traditional look of kurta payjamas is well suited. And the sherwanis.

Namaste: The most popular way to greet in India. Our oldest custom, is now not only restricted too india but it has been adopted to many territories. On various occasion we use this method which means ‘I Bow To You’. Namaste is rooted to our blood. With its description in vedas, It is still being carried forward as a symbol of respect and love.

Guest as god: the statement atithi devo bhawa reminds us of the traditional culture and moral values of society. In India guest is given the place of god and considered as supreme. For Hindus this is one of the important cultures which they follow up since ages and are still continuing up.

Architectures and art: India has seen many Dynasties and rulers. The different dynasties have built up different architectures and monuments. India has a high collection of arts that have been carried up since thousands of years. Every monument in india has a significance from symbol of strength to symbol of love, with religious purpose to political powers. some of the famous architectures are, Ashoka pillar, Stupas, Taj Mahal and many more that have its own significance.

Symbols of religions: you can find temples everywhere. Not only temples as it are a wide diversity, we can observe many mosque, church, gurudwara every other destination. These are the areas of positive energy which can make you feel better and peaceful. Also said that it is the place for god’s blessing. Infect there is a practice to take off the footwear before entering into the temple.

Cow and holy animal: in our religion it is said that god has created everyone. Thus in every creature there is a positive energy that flows and resonates. But cow is so sacred animal, worshipped as maternal figure and depict the bounty of mother earth.  In Vedas various versus, says about the quality and culture of protection of cow. According to Indian mythology, the cow is depicted with lord Krishna, and lord Shiva.

Festivals: there are number of festivals in India. Celebrations come every month in fact sometimes every day in the year. festivals are most interesting part in here, not only the celebration is best but the colors, joy, decorations, and the most important morals. Every festival has a story here with a moral and teachings of truth and happiness.