Culture and Heritage

India has a unique cultural tradition and its manifestations are still visible today.

Due to India's long history, the cultures of the invading peoples have melted over the centuries and merged with the local community. Indian society is a society with diverse ethnic, linguistic, cultural, and multi-cultural forms, where religious norms form an important part of the everyday life of Indian society.

Middle-class families tend to educate their children, while the children of poor families remain far from India's prosperity today. Conservative family traditions are still firmly established within the community, although some members of urban families try to create a middle ground between these traditions and the requirements of modern life.

Religious practices in India are of a general nature and often take place in a ceremonial fashion. One of the most popular celebrations in the country, Diwali, Holi, Eid al-Fitr, Eid al-Adha, Dashra, Onam, Bongal.