The Colours of India: Where Every Religion Finds a Home.

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The Colours of India

The Colours of India: Where Every Religion Finds a Home.

“India is known to be the land where humanity has attained it’s highest in regards to gentleness, generosity, purity and calmness.”

It is, according to Annie Besant, “where every great religion finds a home” from Judaism, to Hinduism, to Christianity, Buddhism and many more.

The Colours of India

A philosopher once said, “India has two million Gods, and worships them all”. In religion, all other countries are paupers; India is the only millionaire.

Indeed, this country is not only rich in majestic landscapes and wonderful sceneries but also culture, religion, spirituality and food which in travelling terms are the most important of all!

The Colours of India

The people of India value their philosophy and faith over others and I guess this is the reason why they take care of their diverse landscapes; from the great plains, the Thar Desert, to the Northern Himalayan mountains.

For them, these creations display a great significance over their lives, their prosperity, harmony, peace and their individuality.

The Colours of India

The Lifestyle of Indians are greatly influenced by their history, from the way they dress to the way they cook, and the way they interact with one another.

The modern Indian fashion is under the influence of the traditional clothing despite the different innovations and breakthroughs over time.

The Colours of India

Today, Indian women wear the modernised version of the Sari which are the Salwar Kameej and the Lehanga Cholis.

However, men, on the other hand, are more comfortable in wearing the traditional fashion like the kurtas, lungis, dhotis and pyjamas.

The Colours of India

Indians value traditional cuisine and recipes due to their love and respect of their cultural and historical heritage.

Some of the recipes include Biryani, which is a spicy rice dish.  Also my favourite Aloo Gobi, which is basically potatoes and cauliflower in spicy sauce and Jan’s favourite Chana Masala; which is chick peas cooked with tomatoes, onion, coriander and lots of other ingredients of goodness.

The Colours of India

The culture, history, and landscapes in India are very majestic and very fascinating. This is the reason why a lot of researchers, travellers, anthropologists and tourists flock to travel to this wonderful country.

They aim to uncover more secrets and to understand the history behind the fascinating Indian nation’s culture.

The Colours of India

This knowledge and wisdom paves way for learning. Learning more about their culture and further appreciating what the country and its people have to offer.

There are a lot of destinations in the whole world. But the one country which can give you more wisdom, knowledge, beauty and elegance all at the same time has to be India.

The Colours of India

It is the land of unparalleled traditions. It is the land of the light and spiritual knowledge.

A lot of people travel to India for Spiritual Enlightenment, a sense of higher purpose or simply to grow as a person. But each will all return to their homeland with one thing in common.

Each will be a slightly changed person because of the experience.

 

The Colours of India


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