India has consistently been viewed as a culturally rich nation with different food habits, traditions, beliefs, cultural traditions, clothing, language, celebrations, and so forth. Even though every single significant religion of the world is practiced here, for example, Hinduism, Jainism, Islam, Sikhism, Christianity, Buddhism and Zoroastrianism, residents of India live in peace and harmony by respecting each other's beliefs and culture.
On numerous events, we are approached to speak about the extraordinary culture of India. In this way, we are giving you a couple of speeches on Indian Culture to enable you to leave a long-lasting impact on the audiences.
Example #1 of Speech on Indian Culture
Honorable Chief Guest, Honorable Vice President, Respected Principal, Dear Fellow Teachers, Staff Members, Dear Students, and Dear Parents,
As all of you know that we have assembled today for the inauguration of our much-anticipated XYZ Arts College, I am profoundly respected by having this chance to deliver the Welcome Speech on this favorable event.
There were many energizing and prevalent topics, for example, digitization, globalization, e-commerce, and so on which I could have considered, yet then I thought, there is one significant subject which we all are somewhat overlooking in our busy lives, i.e., Indian Culture.
Since our school will give knowledge on Arts, I observe this to be the best event to convey a couple of lines on our Indian Culture.
Culture is a state of being educated or developed. It's a thought and philosophy of a particular society at a particular time. Indeed, Culture is shaped out of the morals and virtues that control society. While culture is the consequence of a few variables like cultural, religious beliefs, traditions, customs, and so on, it is significant that we develop our way of life with rich and positive thoughts.
India has consistently been viewed as a culturally rich nation on the earth due to its unity in diversity. India has many states with different food habits, traditions, beliefs, cultural traditions, clothing, language, celebrations, and so on. India is a huge land, and every single real religion of the world are drilled here, for example, Hinduism, Jainism, Islam, Sikhism, Christianity, Buddhism, and Zoroastrianism.
In our school, we will commend every one of the celebrations like Diwali, ID, Dusshera, Holi, Christmas, Baisakhi, Onam, Guruparv, Pongal, Bihu, and so on and we request every one of our students to take an interest wholeheartedly in them. The achievement of every one of these events exclusively relies on your energy and imaginative thoughts while the school organization would consistently be there to give a wide range of help and backing.
While on the one hand, India is known for its cultural richness, it has likewise earned incredible popularity in the field of science and technology which has turned into an integral aspect of Indian Culture and Society.
I might want to state that it is still simple to make culture, yet what is troublesome is to protect it. It has taken generations for our forefathers to shape such a composite and ethnically rich culture, which is significant for us is to save it, and I am sure, together we can accomplish it.
Thank you, everyone,
Example #2 of Speech on Indian Culture
Great Morning everybody!
I welcome all of you on this excellent occasion. I hope all of you are doing well and are glad to be a part of this session.
Today, how about we share our perspectives on what is the most exciting thing about India. Give it a thought. It is India's way of life and culture that captivates me the most. India is a remarkable mix of societies, religions, and beliefs. Maybe no other nation of the world exhibits such an exciting mixture of a rich and variegated legacy that is as old as the progress itself. Our country has an impressive limit of absorbing different beliefs just as profoundly affecting different thoughts and customs.
India's cultural traditions, religious and spiritual ideas, education, writing all meet up to make what we call as its culture. It is also called 'Mother of Cultures.' Music, dance, painting, scripture and other artistic expressions, agriculture, science, and industry all fields follow their underlying foundations back to hundreds of years.
The strength of Indian culture has consistently been in its wide heartedness, its capacity to acknowledge and acclimatize different thoughts wholeheartedly. Giving appreciation and respect to older folks is the foundation of Indian culture. Our guest is our God; it is a traditional pattern of this nation.
India is a large country with a government structure. There are 29 states and seven association regions that present a veritable blend of various societies, dialects, habits, and religions that make Indian culture hang out in the entire world. Unity in diversity is the concept which is the strength for the Indian culture.
In food habits as well, India introduces an incredible variety: North Indian, South Indian, Mughlai, Continental, and so forth. The various celebrations that are commended in the nation add to the quiet concurrence of individuals of different religions living in the country. Indian culture is a result of an endless combination of a few outside impacts throughout its long and astounding adventure.
The Indian youths feel glad to be associated with different cultural patterns and regularly select to be a part of exhibiting the Indian cultural pattern in their schools, universities, and organizations.
The marvel that is India has figured out how to endure the attacks of time, a few outside attacks and hundreds of years of foreign rule. This even fortifies my idea and enthusiasm to find out about Indian culture.
Being the residents of this entrancing nation, we all should feel glad to be conceived in this support of progress. It is an uncommon encounter that India, among all nations, gives us. An ideal mix of differing traditions, beliefs, customs, and so forth.
Alongside being a part of this magnificent culture, we should ensure that we keep on making its awareness among the coming age too. Our message is the first thing that will make the effect in their life and which will further prompt improvement of Indian culture.