FINGER LICKING FOOD:
we start with feeding your stomach when you start traveling in the most family-friendly regions of India, such as Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Goa, Kerala or the big cities, feeding your brood is easier. Here you will find familiar Western dishes in abundance. While you travel on a road you can find easily some Indian snacks such as samosas, puri (puffy dough pockets) and packaged biscuits (like Oreo are a perennial hit) will keep diminutive hunger pangs at bay. Adventurous eaters and vegetarian children, meanwhile, will delight in experimenting with the vast range of tastes and textures available at the Indian table: paneer (unfermented cheese) dishes, simple dhals (mild lentil curries), creamy kormas, buttered naans (tandoori breads), pilaus (rice dishes) and Tibetan momos (steamed or fried dumplings) are all firm favourites, while few children, no matter how Full they are cant resist themselves to try taste of South Indian Famous breakfast dish Dosa i.e the big pancake type based on lentil flour type stuffed with varieties of choices depending on taste !
2nd LARGEST POPULATION:
India Ranks on the second number as per the population index in the world. India is on track to overcome China and become the world’s most populous nation in less than a decade. As of current, the china is the most Populous Country in the world.
On the other hand, China population is forecast to remain relatively stable until the Year 2030 One child policy is Working for China and to reduce the Numbers!!! As per The Data Analysed it has been predicted that India will overtake the china in the population index around the year 2030.
India is an ancient civilization of the world where people although follow their old culture of humanity and care. It is the way we behave to others, how softly we react to things, our understanding of values, ethics, principles, and beliefs. We can see Diverse culture here in Each Aspect of life like Fashion, dance, artistry, music, behavior, social norms, food, architecture, dressing sense, etc.
India Being a Democratic country having diverse cultures and religious beliefs !!!. It is considered The Hindu religion is originated in India in the Vedic period of time. It is also believed that Jainism has an ancient origin and their existence was in the Indus Valley.
Buddhism also has roots in India particularly from East Of India after the teachings of Lord Gautama Buddha. Christianity was brought here later by the French and Britishers who ruled here for almost two centuries long time. However, People here in India live peacefully although having different religions they don’t affect other religion Rituals
It is our Diverse religious culture that we should keep fast, we do worship to god and goddess, offer Gange Jal, do Surya Namaskar, touch feet of elder in the family, do yoga and meditation on daily basis, give food and water to the hungry and disabled people. The culture of our nation and hospitality of our peoples make India as Unique and we always welcome our guests like a God very happily, that’s why India is famous for a common saying like “Atithi Devo Bhava”.
The basic roots of our great culture are human and spiritual practices. Indian culture is a topic of great importance for all the people living in India.
LAND OF MULTIPLE RITUALS:
There are different types of religion in India, which are the part and parcel of various communities of India, make the ritual very unique and interesting. Hindu Customs and Rituals, Muslim Customs and Rituals, Christian Customs and Rituals, Sikh Customs and Rituals, Zoroastrian Customs and Rituals
Hindu custom and Rituals: Hinduism Includes innumerable social and religious rituals. The process of starting the Rituals usually is by inviting the Hindu Priest called Brahmin who conduct the process by which Hindu god and goddess are worshipped.
Muslim Customs and Rituals: The Muslim People’s follow multiple rituals related to marriage, birth and dies which involves worshipping “Allah”.After birth the child, it is believed that the very first words that a newborn must hear are the words “Allah” and Nikkah is the most important role for the marriage ceremony. And when Muslim man or women die that must recite the holy Quran.
Christian Customs and Rituals: In Christian, Weddings ceremony are conducted by the priest, inside a church and Christians, following the birth of a child, the child is taken to the church for the baptism ceremony. In the event of a Christian’s death, the body is laid out on a cot and a cross is placed nearby. Candles and incense sticks are lit all around.
Sikh Customs and Rituals: There are numerable customs and rituals of Sikhs when it comes to birth, marriage, and death. Nothing much is fixed in regards to birth. Some sections of the Few Sikhs Prayers like, ‘Japji Sahib’ ‘Anand Karaj’, Reciting of Guru Granth Sahib. Whenever the Sikh’s man or women die The ‘KirtanSolah’ is read after the death of a person.
Zoroastrian Customs and Rituals: In marriage ceremonies, the groom goes to the bride’s place for the marriage ceremony. He is welcomed with ‘Kumkum’ on his forehead and a shower of rice grains by the bride’s mother. During the ceremony, the bridegroom is made to sit at the hand of the bride with both facing the eastern direction. Death ceremonies of the Zoroastrians are in accordance with their strict rules on sanitation and purification. When a person is about to die.