Socio Cultural Factor in India, socio cultural environment, socio cultural regions in india, socio cultural barriers to development

India is one of the most religiously diverse nations in the world, with some of the most deeply religious societies and cultures. Religion still plays a central and definitive role in the life of many of its people. Indians have sense to understand spiritualism. Most of the religions like Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Jainism, Buddhism Christianity, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, or the Bahai are not only accepted in India, while tradition and cultures are getting mixed with each other. In daily life routine of an Indian, anyone can see the intervene of another religion.And this can be understand as base of Indian Culture.

Also these culture creates values for Indians and even decide political, social and economical moments in the country.

While now a days little bit diversion from the cultural aspects has been observed due to the following issue:-

  1. Paradigm shift from Joint Family to Nuclear Family
  2. Technological Influence with Western culture
  3. Superstition
  4. Orthodox nature of people
  5. Massive involvement of hypocrite using religion
  6. Generation gap to pass out experiences
  7. Least Government intensity

Vivid Foundation initiated with 1st cultural community portal www.chhathpuja.co that gives liberty to users, especially youth, to understand the scientific as well as spiritual beneath of any particular festivals.

Vivid Foundation as a responsible organisation of India undertake socio-cultural development factor, and initiated different mass awareness projects that include all the above seven points as objectives.

This portal have option for the users to upload festival picture, video and ask question to expert to understand any religion or festivals.


For more info logon to http://www.chhathpuja.co

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