Saturday, 2 November 2019

What Is Social Issue And Cultural Issue in Society

Indian society has been called the first supreme primitive culture of the earth, because its cultural heritage is eternal, unique and unique culture.
There are many grounds to understand Indian society. Indian and Western have developed.
India is one of those major nations. Whose civilization and culture began and developed like Mesopotimia, Iran, Egypt. Bharat Bhumi is also known by the names of Bharatvarsha, Hindustan and India.Indian civilization is about five thousand years of age.
 The culture of Indian society is unique. Indian and foreign sociologists wrote several writers to explain Indian society.
 Indian society is actually considered to be a multi-religious and multi-colored society. Evolutionary sociologists like Wallerston believe that India does not exist. This is a country of minorities.
But the sociologists of India believe that India considers the nature of exaggeration of the difference and plurality. 
Modernization of indian society :- 
1. Mechanization
2. Urbanization
3. Education 
4. Economic Development
5. Secularism 
6. Free society
7. Value effect
8. Business

Modernization of indian tradition :- India is divided into four parts based on traditions.
1. Individualism in its entirety  2. Equalization with Extension 3. Ecclesiastically  4. Change from continuum.
Indian society consists of Sindhughati civilization, Vedic culture, Brahmin texts, Dravidian style. The influence of Greek, Iranian, Parsian, Scythian, Kadim, Jewish, and English organizations is clearly visible on Indian society. 
Cultural Heritage of Indian Society- Cultural interaction and social upheaval in Indian society, coordinated by multicultural elements in Indian society, has resulted in good new applications.In this way, our authentic cultural heritage started in India from the Indus Civilization period, it continued to grow until the modern period, through Vedic, North Vedic, Mauryan Gupta, Mughal and British period, and with great vigor faced by Jhanjhawato for centuries. Bati Sakhayo continues to expand. 

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