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Dr. Bhagavandas Patel,
Published by:-
Mahiti Niyamak, Gujarat Rajya, Gandhinagar.


India is a country that boasts of a rich culture. The culture of India refers to a collection of minor unique cultures. The culture of India comprises of clothing, festivals, languages, religions, music, dance, architecture, food, and art in India. Most noteworthy, Indian culture has been influenced by several foreign cultures throughout its history. Also, the history of India’s culture is several millennia old.

Even what is gained from oral literature expresses only the context of the present life, it cannot be said that much of it is ancient.  Current culture is not only a practice of contemporary times and a practice of contemplation but also a tradition.  A lot of this tradition is preserved old.

Preserved relics reveal the history of their own era - the culture of that time.  These relics, which have remained stable in the course of time, and the traditional way of life that continues to this day, are a valuable tool in defining the structure of any culture.  

Rather than exploring these preserved relics, we can reach the roots of any culture.  Here the writer has tried to outline a tribal culture-society based on the tribal way of life, the pre-existing social relics surviving in the oral literature and the preserved material cultural heritage.

The beginning of the prehistoric age in India is said to have started more than one lakh years ago but its last period is believed to be 10 to 6 thousand years ago, which is known as the last Paleolithic age.  At this time the Nishad people were populated.  

Nishad is the famous historian of today's tribals.  Robert Schaefer and D.D.  Kosambi strongly believes.  Indigenous peoples have made significant contributions to the development of Indian civilization.  

The influence of early tribal religious rites and the origin of the earth sung and narrated at this time, the story of 'Avatar Katha', the story of Gotamarakhi (Gautam Rishi) and Indra (Indra) is still prevalent in the socio-religious life of the tribal society.  There is no denying the possibility that the material of the memorized literature of this tribal culture may have been assimilated by other ancient tribes in their own language.


First of all, Indian origin religions are Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. All of these religions are based on karma and dharma. Furthermore, these four are called as Indian religions. Indian religions are a major category of world religions along with Abrahamic religions.

Also, many foreign religions are present in India as well. These foreign religions include Abrahamic religions. The Abrahamic religions in India certainly are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Besides Abrahamic religions, Zoroastrianism and Bahá’í Faith are the other foreign religions which exist in India. Consequently, the presence of so many diverse religions has given rise to tolerance and secularism in Indian culture.

The Joint family system is the prevailing system of Indian culture. Most noteworthy, the family members consist of parents, children, children’s spouses, and offspring. All of these family members live together. Furthermore, the eldest male member is the head of the family.

Arranged marriages are the norm in Indian culture. Probably most Indians have their marriages planned by their parents. In almost all Indian marriages, the bride’s family gives dowry to bridegroom. Weddings are certainly festive occasions in Indian culture. There is involvement of striking decorations, clothing, music, dance, rituals in Indian weddings. Most noteworthy, the divorce rates in India are very low.

India celebrates a huge number of festivals. These festivals are very diverse due to multi-religious and multi-cultural Indian society. Indians greatly value festive occasions. Above all, the whole country joins in the celebrations irrespective of the differences.

In addition, the concept behind the book is that social-educational activists working between tribal brothers and sisters can identify the tribal society in its cultural context.  The book also hopes that future historians, archaeologists and social anthropologists will not lose sight of the past and use these tribal cultural resources in a time when tribal culture is changing as fast as village and town culture under the influence of machine age and modern education.

This book would not have been so eloquent and artistic without the generous cooperation of the Gujarat State Information Department.  I am grateful to the Director of Information, Mr. Ashok Kalaria for this.  Dr.  Bhagwandas Patel



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