5 Fascinating cultures of India
If you are used to watching an India film, it is firmly surprised by their fascinating dances with emotional melodies. Indian considering a movie without dancing is similar to eating curry without chili which makes the dish insipid and not attractive. In fact, Indian has their typical traditional dances from their land. Photo by: Janoindia.
Yoga is one of the most ancient arts of practicing which originates from the back-river of Ganges River located on the Himalaya mountain base in India. It attracted many masters of yoga from all over the world to come to practice. Photo by: Janoindian.
Members of yoga class are mainly single women. Their purpose of joining this class is aiming to find the inner peace in their mind and soul. Studying yoga is not only imitate acts but also eliminate negative think and pessimistic attitude. Photo by: Sikhdharma.
A yogi who practices yoga since she was 16 years old at a well-known monastery based on Ganges river said: “Practicing yoga means exploiting the inside their most divine qualities of a person which makes them find their happiness and love.” Photo by: Curejoy.
3. Henna drawing
Henna drawing: Henna is the name of a flower planting in arid areas such as Africa, the South of Asia and the North of Australia. Henna is used for making dye. Henna Tattoo is a drawing art on human body’s skin.
It plays an important role not only in significant national events but also in traditional weddings of local people. Henna is the symbol love between husband and wife which believed to bring them luckiness. The bride’s hand will be drew the groom’s name and decorated with other complicated motifs. Then the groom must find their name on her hand which allows them to get married. Photo by: Janoindia.
According to local traditions, the bride will be drew Henna on the night before the wedding anniversary. The one who start to draw for the bride is her mother-in-law. The bride doesn’t have to do any housework and treated well until those drawing blurred naturally. Photo by: Truephotography.
At India, Cricket is not only a kind of sport but also a culture and diplomacy of their country. Indian will facilitate any countries where to show them a diplomacy message with a cricket match. Photo by: Janoindia.
5. Taj Mahal Royal Tomb
Taj Mahal is an architectural building at Agra – Uttar Predesh State. In 1623, King Shah Jahan decided to build Taj Mahal to memorize his third wife – Queen Mimtaz Mahal. She passed away when she was giving 14th birth at the age of 40 years old. It’s estimated around 20.000 people to work over days and nights during 22 years (1632-1653) to complete building this massive royal tomb. It took about 320 million rupees to build up this grave (equally to 1 billion USD at that time). Photo by: Wallpapers4u.
This tomb is one of seven wonders of the world that some Western historians even said “there is no building can be compared to this wonder regarding the incredible beauty of Taj Mahal. Photo by: Staticflickr.