Festivals in India
are characterized by color, gaiety, enthusiasm, prayers and rituals.
Foreign travelers are struck by the scale and multiplicity of Indian
festivals that have evolved in the society. Celebrations are done with religious
sanctity, making traditional food and celebration of the season.
There are many types
of dance in India, from those which are deeply religious in content to
those which are danced on more trivial happy occasions. Classical dances of India are usually always spiritual in content, although this
is often true also of Folk dances.
India is a country of
monuments as rich in its intricate architect as its history. Its
biggest wonder acknowledged worldwide is the Taj which undoubtedly is
epitome of indian culture, heritage and civilisation. Behind each
monument is an underlying sense of mystery, intrigue and romance.
The Indian paintings
mostly depict scenes from the Mughal period (1526-1857). The paintings
are modern copies of old paintings but done on old paper.