Name is an important tool to describe personal identity. The fondness for selecting, using, and remembering names is an important Cultural attribute which defines Indian Identity.
CULTURAL UNIFICATION OF INDIA – THE PRACTICE OF TIRTHA SNAAN ( BATHING IN HOLY RIVERS ) Water plays an important role in a variety of Cultures and religious practices prevalent in this world.The role of water constitutes one of the most remarkable aspects of Indian religious life.Hindu religion is often described as ” SANATANA DHARMA …
The Land of India could be defined as the Country where River Ganga or Ganges flows. This River shapes the Spirit of Indian Nationalism and brings people together.
Culture is acquired or learned behavior. We learn to greet and acknowledge each other with tools provided by Culture.
This is a story about child abduction and a miraculous rescue made possible by adherence to the Tradition. In the Land of India, the tradition and practice of AHIMSA or non-injury has been well established. Ahimsa helps humans as much as it promotes the well being of animals.
The tradition of hospitality is elevated to a high degree in India and this idea is expressed in the Vedic statement of ‘Athiti Devo Bhava’.
Light or Jyoti in Sanskrit represents the Eternal Reality. Jyoti is our consciousness, its our awareness and it connects us to the Creator, the Controller of Energy and the Provider of Energy to all Energy Seekers.
In Indian Tradition, personal identity is described in terms of Individualism.
The Land of Bharat is a very unique place on this planet where people are culturally endowed with an ardent desire to worship feet.
Indian Identity is characterized by a “FEAR”. This is unlike the “FEAR OF THE LORD” described in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In the Land of Bharat, human existence is described as ‘SAMSARA’ or ‘BHAVA’. It is a fearful journey. It is a disease entity.