This page will provide you the Information on Indian Culture, Tradition & Heritage which is being followed in India. India is a country where one can find many unique, distinct different cultures which varies from state to state. The cultures which exist in India has been here are very much older. People used to transfer their sense of livings, cultures and traditions in a way that their coming generation should be same as they are. Due to the presence of different cultures, many languages do exist in India. Their are almost 179 languages and 544 dialects which are spoken in India.
There are many religions which are their in India. Some of them are Hinduism, Sikhism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, and Zoroastrianism. All of them have their own way of worship to God. India is a country where every community celebrate the festivals of other communities or are involved in some way or the other. All the major festivals like Holi, Deepawali, Eid, Christmas, Rakshabandhan, Navratri, Ramzan, Maha Shivratri, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Guru Purnima, etc.
There are many religious places which are their in India, temples are the major constituent of them which covers major part of the country. Along with temples there are other religious places which includes Mosques, Gurudwaras, Church. People like to visit the religious places as their is different vibes which makes people positive towards others.
The tradition of Indian people after the independence was primarily joint family system. But slowly the Indian culture shifted to nuclear family system as people shifted from rural to the urban areas. Earlier, when their was joint family system, families used to be large enough as people considered children as gift of God. But later on, due to the policies of the Government the system was changed and people realized of having a smaller family. Also, in the past people used to have arranged marriage system through which they marry as per the choice of their parents. But now people have changed in this rituals and now they believe in choosing their partners on their own.