What do you like most about india ?
Food,festival,culture or enything else
The most striking feature of India is her diversity and co-existence.
It's Spirituality. Long, long ago, India made it a science and today so many foreign theologians and scholars, study the Indian scriptures! You will find something on nutrition, marriage, children, morals, stages of life and the sciences ...
There is a systemic approach for everything imaginable. It is India that has produced or influenced Rama, Krishna, Buddha, Christ, Chaitanya, Ramakrishna, Aurobindo and many more.
The old India produced many supreme models of Indian piety and virtue, especially in women. Recent India lost much of its dynamism to the West, but Vivikananda and his Master helped to bring it back and India is beginning to rise once more.
Many western intellectuals such as Professor Max Muller, Christopher Isherwood and Aldous Huxley were influenced by Indian scriptures and sages. So yes, what I like most about India is it's spirituality, its Yoga. Its religion is almost as complex as most but it has maintained the spirit of universality and tolerance; the Sanatana Dharma which accepts and respect all as children of the One.
Thank you for giving me the capacity to share.
@manatita44 .Your views about India are great ,seems you know many things about India.
Yes, upsc study.
I am a disciple of Sri Chinmoy and have been for 32 years. Naturally I have studied vedic scriptures. Hari Om Tat Sat
manatita44 .very nice ...I just started to write on hubpages.I want to write hub on Indian culture but my english is not that much good so practicing for it...any suggestion's.
Upsc, look at my answer here: http://julieehsan.hubpages.com/question … ood-writer . When you are finished, send it to me and I will help you to make it flow better. Om Shanti!
You have said it so wonderfully, manatita44!
Thanks Bro upscstudy. My profound gratitude. Happy New Year!!
India is the spiritual heart of the world. India is the fountain head of moral living principles and guidelines of dharma. Indian music (Carnatic and Hindustani) is of divine origin and it keeps surviving and thriving generations over generations. Traditional temple architecture of India is great indeed.
Because of its innate spirituality, the core of India is never destroyed despite the onslaught of globalism and its evil effects. It is only in India that saints and avatars keep taking birth and keep continuously guiding avid seekers of spirituality at all times of history.
My Gratitude, Friend Rajan.
The West has produced St. Augustine of Hippo; Meister Eckhart; Theresa of Avila; John of the Cross and many more. India has produced the Tidal waves, sure, but in the spirit of Oneness, they can be found everywhere.
I've never been to India but read many books about the country. I admire the diversity of people, the delicious food, the culture and the intelligence of the country which has produced many professionals who eventually work in the U.S.
I like Indian food, the spices that go with it and its variety. I like yoga and aspects of spirituality I learned from there.
I love the family culture of India,which is very different from the standard western family culture.Family values, integrity and love amongst family members keeps this culture still going.
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