Art & Culture


India is a perfect blend of art and culture where classical melodies merge seamlessly with a mesmerizing mosaic of ancient handicrafts, fascinating festivals, and scintillating sculptures. India is about what you choose to discover. It's an unpredictable advanced adventure that kicks off with the feeling of excitement.

A country where traditions and trends go hand in hand. A country where values and vision go hand in hand. India is not just a country. It’s a process where you yearn for the feeling of progress. It is multicultural, multilingual, and multifaceted with the essence of “Unity in Diversity.” India has one of the world’s largest collections of songs, music, dance, theatre, folk traditions, performing arts, rites and rituals, paintings, and writings.

The magnificent sculptures, murals, paintings, etc. in different parts of our nation are great examples of art from ancient India. Art is something that has been signifying the imaginative power and creativity of the people from ancient times. It is only by art that we know about the people in our past. A country where People follow different religions and speak several languages according to their geographical location where they reside.

Despite this, there is unity and understanding between the people following different religions. They live in a peaceful way and worship according to their own culture and traditions. It is not the religion or language that can divide us but the love in speaking different languages that unite us. A country where the people of every religion are residing has several festivals too. Festivals in India revolve around Lord’s birthdays, traditional myths, seasonal changes, relationships, and much more.

Festivals are celebrated irrespective of religion or caste in the country, bringing people closer and creating a strong bond of humanity. People celebrate the festivals with great enthusiasm and joy. The joy of every festival is celebrated by people following different cultures in their way. Festivals promote unity and integrity in the nation.

While religion and spirituality are the basis for most festivals in India, some are purely cultural. The Pushkar Camel Fair is such a festival where 50,000 camels converge on Pushkar, located in the state of Rajasthan. For five days, camels are dressed up, paraded, entered into beauty contests, raced, and traded.

A huge carnival is held that includes magicians, musicians, dancers, acrobats, and snake charmers. With activities like this and camels as far as the eye can see, it truly is a one-of-a-kind experience. Another such precious festival is Rann Utsav in Gujrat, a platform for many cultural activities of Gujaratis.

It takes place in India’s one of the biggest salt deserts Rann of Kutch. The main attractions of this festival are camel safari, cultural shows, music carnival, sightseeing tours, cultural activities, shopping, adventurous activities, etc.

India is a spiritual land that also marks the incarnation of different gods like Lord Rama and Lord Krishna. Many sainted souls and great leaders have also been born in this nation. The same culture and traditions are being followed by us to date. We are much blessed to be the citizens of the nation that imbibes the age-old art and culture that had been once a part of ancient India.


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