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Customs & Traditions

The customs and traditions of India are very rich and full of cultural heritage which have been reformed and modeled from the long history of Indian society to the modern age. India is the glorious monumental example of the cultural and social diversity based on the different geography, new adapted traditions and culture, ideas and national heritage.

India would look like a woman without any ornaments and clothes without its lavish customs and traditions. It is rightly said by the Twain - "India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grand mother of tradition".

India is well known as the birthplace of lovable customs and traditions which can be explored on world stage also.

The customs and traditions, followed in India by all the Indians, would see with the high respect and have a great importance in the life of each Indians. One can explore the specific rituals associated with every gesture from Kashmir to Kanyakumari that changes with every distance as every state ahs its own and well popular customs and traditions in itself.
 
Apart from these diversities, Indian followed some common customs and traditions all over. The customs and the Traditions give Indian its own identity and pride worldwide.

As India is the secular country and everyone here has his own right to celebrate any festival can part in any fairs and pursue any religion of his own choice. Indians followed various traditions and customs throughout his life from the birth to the death, one can find different traditions and customs here that are originated and bounded with each occasions. Some popular customs and traditions of India are described below-

Namaskar : Namaskar, the most popular greeting form in India, used to welcome anybody and also for farewell. It is followed by most Indian as for both hello and goodbye. It is mostly followed in rural areas, some where also in urban areas as shake hand is growing popular in most urban areas. As it is considered that both hand symbolize the one mind or the self meeting the self. Other greetings are also used here as Sat-sri-Akal by Sikhs, Adaab by Muslims etc.

Tilak :  Tilak, a ritual mark, is placed on the forehead with various sign like as greeting, blessing and auspiciousness. Tilak indicates the point  of the spiritual eye where it opens.

Aarti : It is performed as a mark of worship and used to get the blessing of God. It is used to welcome the guest, celebrate on the various auspicious occasions and for the welcome for the wedded couples also.

Bindi :  It is respected mark worn by the young girls and the women. A complete respect and love is given to this sign in India related to women. It is putted in the middle of the eyebrow on the forehead. It is considered the symbol of the Goddess Parvati that signifies the female energy and is believed to protect woman and their life partners.

Other ornaments are also worn in the India related to the traditions and the customs of Indian culture and heritage. Nose Pin and Mangalsutra a necklace made of black beads are also very popular in India and got its respect in the society.

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