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Rangoli Art – Origin, Significance of this Art form in Indian Culture

The ground is the canvas for this art – be it the artificial floor of the house or concrete roads. The patterns are mainly created out of artificial dry colours, but in its original form rangoli is made from coloured rice, sand, flour, or simply flower petals.

Cricket as Part of Indian Culture

The dedication and love for cricket in India is an incredible indication of progress and harmony. Today we see a dream in the eyes of many teens to be the next Sachin or the next Dhoni of the country.

Turmeric – The Flawless Flavor of Indian Culture

Turmeric or Haldi is one such Indian kitchen/social/religious ingredient that has for years been a vital part of the Indian culture, adding color and flavors into all that it is poured into.

Indian Home Decor Ideas that Reflect Indian Culture

India is a land of rich culture and heritage and this is used to best advantage in amazing Indian home decor ideas that add beauty and elegance to your home

Indian culture – State vs National

Indian culture - Whenever I introduce myself to someone new, the first thing they ask is ‘Where I am basically from?’ Before answering this particular question, I take my own time to think.

Indian culture… what’s that?

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.

The Indian Epics in Popular Culture

The epics continue to survive in this manner not only by word of mouth and traditions passed down through generations, but more so because of the way in which they have been adapted into popular culture.

Puffed Rice – A Simple Ingredient in Many Indian Food and Culture

Puffed rice has a history of usage in India and is made not only into snacking items, but also in many parts offered in temples and prayers.

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