Indian cultureThe word ‘Indian Culture‘ evokes strong emotions among people. Particularly, any attempt to define what is Indian culture and what is imported culture sparks fierce debate. It has been more than 20 years since our country’s economy was liberalised and outside influences were allowed in. The wave of Globalisation has swept across the nation and has brought about profound changes. Or has it…it would be really interesting to know whether we have changed over these years. Being a cultural magazine, we at Caleidoscope have created a visual survey to understand people’s opinion about Indian culture. Please do participate in this visual survey and help us define our culture.

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  • Priyanka Rele

    Super!!! This one says I am a true Indian!!!!!!! #proud

  • Kshama

    First of all, the choices are not always so black and white
    for e.g. eat only with hand, and eat only with cutlery
    (Indian’s would say “It depends”)
    Second — I took this quiz twice, it counts your choices all wrong in the end

    • Caleidoscope

      Hi Kshama, thanks for taking up the quiz. We do agree with your point of view. And thanks again for pointing out the wrong choices in the end, we have fixed it.

  • It says I’m highly westernised in my thoughts. Funny!