After India gained its Independence from the British on August 15, 1947, the remarkable political cohesiveness was shaken by the powerful influences of language. The political landscape of India got permanently changed with the formation of a Telugu Speaking State of Andhra on October 1, 1953.
Maataa cha Parvatee Devi, Pitaa Devo Maheswaraha Bandhavaa Shiva bhaktaa cha, Swadesho Bhuvana Trayam. Parvati is Mother, Lord Shiva is Father, His devotees are relatives and all the three worlds(Bhu Lok, Bhuvar Lok and Suvar Lok- Earth, Sky and Heaven/SAT, CHIT, ANANDA) the native place. THE THEORY OF ‘SAMSARA’ AND THE SOCIAL CONCEPT OF “VASUDHAIKA […]
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 […]