Prahalad views modern India has many languages, religions and traditions with diverse cultures. Children begin by coping and learning to accept and assimilate in this diversity. Prahalad says , that Indians, like everyone else in the world, should be treated as unique, as individuals, expressing themselves seeking innovation Nancy Lockwood of Society for Human Resource Management, world 's largest human resources association with members in 140 countries, writes that in the past two decades traditional Indian culture has undergone great social change by giving education opportunities to girls, accepting women working in office, expecting a career, and women attaining managerial roles in corporate India. though slow, out of India 's 397 million workers, 124 million are now women a great cultural change Amartya Sen, the India born Nobel Laureate in Economics, modern India culture is complexed with historical traditions, colonialism influenced over centuries and current Western culture - both collaterally and dialectically. Sen observes that external images of India in the West often tend to emphasise the difference - real or imagined - between India and the West.
India has a rapid growing economy and a developing social, and they will soon become an economic powerhouse in the world. However, China is one of the most socially and economically advanced countries in the world. India lack multiple components that set them beneath China and the rest of the world. China leads them in all three of the statistics that follow: Poverty, GDP growth, and gender equality. Throughout history China has been more successful than India and it will remain this way, until India changes their ways.
India is a nation-state. Like many have stated, it is not a culture or ethnicity; it is an amalgamation of diverse cultures put together and given a system of government nobody expected. I also hold that the cultures are unique and distinct. Punjabi culture is really similar to Sindhi culture, and even Balochi and Rajhasthani to an extent. But it's still very distinct.
As it is said that youth is the future of nation so do we believe in ourselves and believe in our inner strength to make India proud. Though we have provided resources to the youth however it cannot be neglected that there is a need to provide more opportunities to many and the idea of development should benefit a large number of people. We have fastest growing market promoting globalization and what not. India is no more less than any nation in the world and in the coming years the entire picture would be changed. We would be more advanced and developed.
No doubt India is a nation of contradictions, but there is no doubt that this a nation of intermixing faiths, traditions, values, culture and languages. The variety in topography, climate, diversity of cultures and religions can nowhere be found except in india. Is it not this land that has given birth to a majestic and imposing India by integrating the action and reaction of various thought processes, sects and religions? Isnt it the land of more than 22000 dialects and where more than twenty major languages are found? It is in this land that you will find
Overall development of country has been the cornerstone objective of Government of India since 1947:year of its independence. In the early years, major thrust for development was laid on core sectors like Agriculture, Education, Health, Industry, Communication and other Allied sectors but very soon it had become obvious to the Government that the all-round development of the country is not possible without focusing on the growth and development of the rural India where majority of its citizens dwell. With this wisdom in view, Panchayati Raj Institutions were introduced in 1992 under the 73rd Amendment Act of the Constitution of India. Rural Development in India inherently includes various steps and measures that strengthen the democratic
Has India’s democracy been a success? Does caste still matter? These are the big questions addressed in the book India Today: Economy, Politics and Society (published in 2012) authored by three scholars who have lived and extensively researched in different parts of India and specialized in Asian Development studies.
Words are few to explain the magnificence of India. India is a very diverse country with many cultures and traditions to explore. The beauty of India’s tradition, festivals, dresses, heritage sites are very popular amongst international and domestic travelers. India has many scenic places like Manali, Goa, Kerala, Kashmir, etc. these places are prime attractions of travelers from across the world.
Introduction: According to the World Bank, the second most populous country in the world is India. By adding One Hundred and Eighty One Million people in the last decade, it is now a home for the 17% of World Population. Inspite of rapid urbanization and with an urban population growth of 2.33%, Indian is still predominated by Rural Population with 66.86%. Rural India has its unique identity across the world as it possesses a social and cultural uniform organization and structure. For the development of any nation it is important that its policies and programs affect the grass root and the larger chunk of population and rural population of India fits these criteria’s.