Westernization is now a global issue, because it’s becoming common in every country and in every religions especially in Indian culture. The Indian culture is one of the oldest and the richest culture however, now that the western culture is kicking in such as goods, festivals, dressing, and foods and so on. It’s impacting the Indian culture in many ways. Some of the major drawbacks of westernization on Indian culture is dressing. Western clothing is now ruling the tradition clothing of Indianculture.
While they were in their golden ages, the western region was in their dark ages. Abbasids’ huge impact on the western culture shows that connections were highly made between civilizations, and that was the reason of their development and entering the history as a great dynasty, and their greatness is still proven up it this moment because of their crucial contributions in different
People will hence look up to western culture and slowly forget their own culture traditions. Sen (2002) argues that “globalization is often seen as global Westernization and it is a marvellous contribution of Western civilization to the world”. As Western countries are usually the trendsetters, people would tend to be inclined towards them to keep up with the times. This can be seen from the spreading of popular culture such as MTV, rap music and Hollywood music. Another example would be in India.
Perception of Personal Identity During the old days, people’s identity were often based and assigned to them by the dominant group or culture, highly based on their conceptualization of people who looked the same color wise. Hegemonic culture has dominated identity debate by putting the distinct boundaries between cultural and racial groups and by separating and defining them to their convenience. However in the 21st century individuals are taking the power of how to identify themselves. In the past couple of decades, the Western Culture has seen a radical transformation in the process of Identification. Technology has become very crucial to popular culture and more; it has had a huge impact and influence on the way individuals create
Thus by the broader perspective Indian societal culture has flourished not only in India but around the world. Not only the societal aspect but also the economic facet of culture has been impacted by globalization. The biggest change being, the precious “saving habits” of Indian have now given way to consumerism . Even the cinemas, termed as mirror of the society, reflect changes. Further, imported and machine-made products are now preferred over the traditional handicrafts,
Globalization give for regular contact, religion gets in the sphere of argument in which religion proves to become more anxious towards them as being world religions. Globalization also provides a culture of pluralism, meaning religions that overlapping but distinctive ethics and interests interact with one to another. Originally, the one of the world’s leading religious traditions is Hinduism India has rich religious Cover of background and pride to its culture is famous throughout the world. Globalization hasn’t only unmeasured the westernisation In India, but conversely Religion in India is in motion of decline although it spreads around the world. The aspect of culture and tradition aspect does influence the geographic region holds on specific significance respect to its uniqueness and that are the comprehending factor for the population within a geographic area from one to another.
ABSTRACT Marriage and Family patterns are undergoing discernible change throughout the world; The India of today is the land of changes. The last two decades has seen a tremendous drift in morals and values existing in the Indian society. The changing times and the process of globalization have greatly influenced the marriage trends and alternating family patterns in the Indian society. Marriage and family trends are often a reflection of society itself. Today’s Indian society has a great influence from western world.
1. Definitions The last decades have brought about an inflation of visual materials and the occupying of a central place of the visual in contemporary Western culture. Many theorists claim that “Westerners now interact with the world mainly through how we see it” (Rose, 2012, p. 3) and that seeing has become our main source of knowledge and comprehension of the world (Rose, 2012, p. 3). This has led to the formation of a visual culture; that is, a multitude of ways in which the visual is integrated into social life (Rose, 2012, p. 4). Images are the result of particular means of understanding and attributing meaning to the world, they are interpretations of the world.
Economic Impacts Of Tourism In India ABSTRACT: "Tour" is gotten from the Latin word "tornare" and the Greek word "tornos," signifying 'alathe or circle; the development around an essential issue or hub. ' This significance changed in advanced English to Speak to 'one 's turn. ' In creating nations like India tourism has gotten to be one of the significant parts of the economy, adding to a huge extent of the National Income and producing colossal vocation opportunities. It has turned into the quickest developing administration industry in the nation with awesome possibilities for its further extension and enhancement. Notwithstanding, there are advantages and disadvantages included with the improvement of tourism industry in the nation.
Introduction Art has always been a part of the complex structure of the world we live in and existed in every culture. However, the world of art that most of us have come to understand has very much been dominated by the Western perspective. It is only in recent centuries that people have gained greater awareness of the cultural diversity in art due to the advancement of mass media and globalisation. This new cultural phenomena can be observed in what Fernando Ortiz, a South American scholar, termed as transculturalism, meaning the integration of two different cultures. Another scholar, Donald Cuccioletta, further argued that “one’s identity is not singular but multiple” in transculturalism.