Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Trip to India
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Every small village in India has its own history and significance attached to the local area with tales of grandeur and architectural significance. Every place has great fables that are told everyday and people talk of the ancestors and their contributions with such closeness that exemplifies the dearness that beholds to the people and their past. For those visitors who traveled to India for centuries, the country continues to provide great interest in culture, heritage and definitely architecture. Although the urbanization of the country and the tremendous population growth continue to encroach into the many historic and archeologically important part of the country’s vast historically significant findings, the country continues to hold wonderful heritage all across the stretch of the nation for people to learn and appreciate the contributions of the generations of the past.
There are fascinating natural and manmade places all across the country which all deserves to be preserved for future generations to come. There is a great deal of learning to derive from the wonderful past of the country, which is as enlightening today as it might have been the day when they were created. While in India and since relocating from India, the country holds the historical significance very dear to heart as the fascinating details of each of the places is endearing and beholds the person visiting each one of them.
From the valleys of Kashmir to the Vivekananda temple in Kanyakumari, From Bombay to Calcutta, or the matter of fact any corner of the country to the other India has a rich history for its people and anyone else who visits. Thoroughly enjoyable are the wild life parks and many hill stations of India which are also all across the country. The fascinating train rides or bus rides that take you to every part of the country while delivering immense pleasures with local cuisine and culture. Not to forget the local languages, customs and dialect which combined with localized English makes it fascinating adventure. There are many pictorial and literary works that capture the beauty and essence of India in great detail and have been for generations. There is no end to the glory and history that can be repeated over and over with equal enthusiasm and fascination as if it is being told for the first time.
Everywhere in India you would find the incredible mix of religious and traditional cultures and every possible religion represented and respected. There is no other place on earth that has its people of all faiths living in harmony and together while practicing whatever faith they choose to follow. Every instance a new religion or tradition has been introduced into India; it has only broadened the country’s tolerance for expression of faith, and integration of new ideas and opportunities to learn from each other. There is no place on earth that has the vast diversity of people as India, which fosters every freedom of expression.
Visit every part of India if you can and enjoy the place for its beauty and diversity. Take a friend and family with you and get your young ones introduced to and interested in the glory of our nation’s ancestors and its significance to today’s inhabitants. The country is filled with tolerance to everyone, democratic principles and the endurance it has had for centuries of invasions and occupation. Today we have over a billion people and growing and man verses the limited resources, but still possessing the great charms of the past coupled with today’s people who continue to represent the history of the country.
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