Indian Heritage and Culture Paperback – 2016
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Indian culture, a resultant of an ancient oriental human civilization, is a concrete unity of many faceted developments in Arts, Architecture, Literature, Philosophy and Science. Its growth and development is grounded on firm philosophical foundation of giving an insight into the meaning and purpose of life. It aims at annihilating all forms of suffering, physical, mental and spiritual in man's empirical existence and leads to the goal of liberation. Further, it presents a unity amidst all the apparent diversities, which represents the complex growth of culture over a vast area inhabited by people of different ethnicity. It is extensive, profound and mysterious, and has made immeasurable contributions ro the world progress and civilization. It aft~r a passivity of some centuries India is again becoming creative and progressive primarily on account of this fundamental unity, therefore it is necessary to understand the signifance and potentialities of Indian culture. Diversity is the most prominent characteristics of the Indian culture. Within it, there are different cultural elements such as Hellenic, Islamic, Persian, English and Chinese cultures. The reason for this diversity is the multifaceted demography and the impact of alien cultures brought to India by invaders. Even in the vernacular cultures, there are various forms of cultures with different characteristics originating from varying periods, conditions and environments for subsistence and development. They include cultures such as Vedic, Aryan, Dravidian, Brahmanic, Marathi, Punjabi, Assamese, defined by a time period and linguistic area. Inclusiveness is the other salient characteristic of Indian culture that distinguishes it from other cultures.
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