Indian Culture And Traditions

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List Of Indian Culture And Traditions

What are Indian Culture and Tradition?

Culture
Culture is an umbrella term that encompasses the social behavior and norms found in human societies, as well as the knowledge, beliefs, arts, laws, customs, capabilities, and habits of the individuals in these groups.

Tradition
A traditions is a belief or behavior passed down within a group or society with symbolic meaning or special significance with origins in the past.

ATTRACTION INDIAN CULTURE AND TRADITIONS OF DIFFERENT STATES

  1. The Aghori sadhus of Varanasi:-

    2. The Hola Mohalla warriors of Punjab:-
    3. The Buddhist chanting of Ladakh:-

4.Chhau dance of Odisha:-

5. Thimithi aka the fire-walking tradition of Tamil Nadu:-

6. A festival to worship snakes: Nag Panchami:-
7. Ambubachi Mela, the tantric fertility festival of Assam:-

8. Lathmar Holi of Uttar Pradesh:-
9. Wazwan, the royal cuisine of Kashmir:-

10. Kumbh Mela:-

HEALTH BENEFITS OF CULTURE AND TRADITIONS

Using silver cutlery– It is the culture in our families to use silver utensils for having food. As silver has anti-viral and anti-bacterial property which is beneficial for every age of people.

Surya Namaskar: – Surya Namaskar is one kind of yoga asana. It is also suggested by Baba Ramdev to every person to do it every morning it is beneficial to get rid of every type of disease. Also, boost the energy level in person. It makes your skin glow. It helps in weight loss.

Fasting:- one-day fasting may help in weight loss, speeds up metabolism, improves brain function, and also increases longevity. It is a belief that if one is doing fast for a particular day which is told by Jyotish then it will lead to great success in life and one can be healthy and wealthy too.  

Eat using hands:- Using hands for eating is healthy for your gut as the good bacteria on your hands gets into your tummy and helps to fight bad bacteria. Eating with hands also helps in forming a connection with food, which makes food seem tastier.

Drinking water in a copper glass:- Drinking water in a copper glass or jug offers many health benefits to people as it improves digestion, boosts the immune system also aids in weight loss with an increase in metabolism.

list of Indian Culture And Traditions Languages:-

1) Assamese
(2) Bengali
(3) Gujarati
(4) Hindi
(5) Kannada
(6) Kashmiri
(7) Konkani
(8) Malayalam
(9) Manipuri
(10) Marathi
(11) Nepali
(12) Oriya
(13) Punjabi
(14) Sanskrit
(15) Sindhi
(16) Tamil
(17) Telugu
(18) Urdu
(19) Bodo
(20) Santhali
(21) Maithili
(22) Dogri

Various Type Of India Dance Culture And Traditions :-

SOUTH
Bharatnatyam- Tamil Nadu
Kathakali- Kerala
Mohiniyattam-
Kuchipudi- Andhra Pradesh
Odissi

NORTH
Kathak,-Uttar Pradesh
Manipuri- Manipur
Dumhal – Jammu, and Kashmir
Nati – Himachal Pradesh
Mayur Nritya and Rasleela – Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand
Dhamyal – Haryana
Bhangra – Punjab
Gambhira – West Bengal
Bideshiya – Bihar/Chhattisgarh
Chhau dance – Odisha/Jharkhand
Jhumar – Jharkhand

EAST
Assam-Bihu.
Bengal-Santhal.
Mizoram-Cheraw Dance.

WEST
Hip-hop
Break Dancing
Ballet
Salsa
Tap Dancing

DIFFERENT STATES DRESSES – INDIA CULTURE AND TRADITIONS:-

Thinking about the Indian culture and traditions diversity from state to state in India, the nation has a scope of various dialects, foods, and design. Ethnic attire in India changes by the state as well as indicated by the various religions, clans, and networks inside the state. Here’s an overview of the different dress design and styles found in some Indian states.

1. ASSAM: – Mekhela, worn by women Dhoti is worn by Men.

2. Kolkata:-The men of Kolkata wear Panjabi with Pajama or Dhoti. The women of Bengal wear Sarees of various materials like silk, cotton, chiffon, etc.

3.Uttar Pradesh:- Salwar Kameez and Sarees worn by the women with various ornaments
Men wear dhoti or lungi and headdresses with cap or pagdi.4.Punjab: – Patiala Salwars along with contrast dupatta is worn by women with Punjabi jutti.Men of this state wear kurta pajama along with pagri on the head and Punjabi jutti on the feet.

5.Maharashtra:-Sarees, paired with Choli are the ethnic clothing of women. The men of the state wear Dhoti, paired with Pheta. Their Pagadi is made of cotton, silk, or wool.

Hope you like reading Indian culture as it has many unique and different people. Also, various activities take place every month.