Speech on Indian Culture
Good morning everyone presents here. Nothing is more beautiful than the Indian Culture. I …… take full pride to be born & brought up with Indian culture & to be a part of it. Today I am here to express my views on Indian culture.
India is well known in the world for its rich & vibrant culture. India is a country of an amalgam of different tradition, religion & culture. People staying in here respect each other’s values & stays together.
It is an approach handed from generation to generation, ensuring that it leads to a high expectation of spirituality & honour in India.
The co-existing of various religions together like Hindu, Sikh, Jainism, Islam, Christianity has given rise to secularism in India. Respecting each other’s religion & celebrating all the occasions together shows unity in diversity.
India celebrates several festivals throughout the country in a year. Let it be Holi, Diwali, Lohri, Eid or Christmas; people celebrate all occasions with same excitement & enthusiasm.
Indian marriages are so grand & colourful that it certainly feels like another festive occasion in which the whole family comes together. Indians value the importance of a family; they prefer to stay in a joint family instead of nuclear ones.
Except this, India is well known for its architectural artefacts, which includes various historical monuments since ages. Taj Mahal, Ajanta & Ellora caves, several forts are visited by several tourists from all over the world.
There are around eight dance forms which solely originated from different parts of India & well known in the world. Odissi, Kuchipudi, Bihu, Kathak & Bharatanatyam are few of them. Not only this, but India is also blessed to be the origin of various folk songs & folk dance.
The rich literature of our country which includes different Indian epics like Ramayan, Mahabharat, Upanyas, Vedas & many more are sources of immense knowledge from which we still learn.
The language variation is one of the other examples of rich heritage in India where every language have their manuscripts. The India costumes, which includes handloom sari, suits are adored globally.
The weavers also have a variety of skills like phulkari,banarasi, sambalpuri & many more. The cuisines of India is also the main attraction of the tourists who visit the different parts of India. The use of different spices like turmeric, cumin, coriander & many more.
India has been a home for development in medical sciences which is prevailing here since the age-old time with the development of Ayurveda. India is a home for various famous singers, writers, social activists & many more.
I think this speech will go on if I describe each & every corner of India, which carries a unique tradition & culture. India is a country which is a valid symbol of unity in the world.
It is one of the oldest cultures in the world. So instead of getting inclined towards globalisation, let us keep alive our unique identity.
Short Speech on Indian Culture
A warm welcome to everyone present here. I am going to deliver a speech on Indian culture. It is a proud moment for me as I got the opportunity to express my views on such a vibrant topic.
We all are aware that India is home to many religions, languages, tradition, art & culture. It is one of the unique nations in the world, which is the symbol of unity in diversity.
If we travel across India, we are bound to get diversity in every region not only in states. However, the people of India always come together at any festival, occasion or according to the need of the time.
There are twenty two registered languages, & hundreds other which are spoken all over India. Every language has its manuscript, which portrays India is rich in literature. Several regional folk songs & dance from India are also famous all over the world.
Indian families are always joint family which stands for each other in time of needs, not like other countries which focuses on the nuclear family. The respect for each other & ideas is one of the fundamentals of Indian. Our temples, mosques & churches show the Indian heritage since ancient time.
However, it feels sad to tell that day by day; we are shifting our interest to western culture. We have started adapting to the western cultures forgetting our unique one.
We are no more interested in carrying forward our diverse culture, which is appreciated globally. We all need to understand that our culture is our identity, which is continuing for several years.
We need to take it forward & preserve it for the future. Let us pledge to converse our heritage & culture instead of switching to the others.
We all must be proud of Indian culture. I want to finish my speech with a line from a beautiful song of our country.
Sare Jahan se Accha Hindustan Hamara