Department of Cultural

Welcome to Cultural , India

Department of Cultural is established by Voice of Youth National Organization . for Development of India Art and Culture .

Works of Cultural department

  1. Development of Cultural in India
  2. Organize Cultural Program for Org
  3. Conduct Contest
  4. Annual day and Foundation day celebration
  5. Independence day , Republic day Celebration
  6. Internship in Cultural

Indian culture is the heritage of social norms and technologies that originated in or are associated with the ethno-linguistically diverse India. The term also applies beyond India to countries and cultures whose histories are strongly connected to India by immigration, colonisation, or influence, particularly in South Asia and Southeast Asia. India’s languages, religions, dance, music, architecture, food and customs differ from place to place within the country.


Indian culture, often labelled as a combination of several cultures, has been influenced by a history that is several millennia old, beginning with the Indus Valley civilization and other early cultural areas. Many elements of Indian culture, such as Indian religions, mathematics, philosophy, cuisine, languages, dance, music and movies have had a profound impact across the Indosphere, Greater India, and the world. There was also mutual influence between India and Southeast Asian, having influence on the formation of local Hinduist branches and mythology. Hinduism itself formed from various distinct folk religions, which merged during the Vedic period and following periods. There is evidence for local Austroasiatic influence, evident in Munda and Mon Khmer, which merged their traditional cultures with Indiam-derived ones. Several scholars, such as Professor Przyluski, among others, concluded that there is a significant cultural, linguistic, and political Mon-Khmer (Austroasiatic) influence on early Munda-speaking people within eastern India The British Raj further influenced Indian culture, such as through the widespread introduction of the English language, and a local dialect developed.

FAQs on Indian Culture

Q1 What are the Indian religions?

A1 Indian religions refer to a major category of religion. Most noteworthy, these religions have their origin in India. Furthermore, the major Indian religions are Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.

Q2 What are changes that have taken place in Indian culture in recent decades?

A2 Certainly, many changes have taken place in Indian culture in recent decades. Above all, these changes are female empowerment, westernization, a decline of superstition, higher literacy, improved education, etc.