Globalization Case Study
The Maldives is an island country in the Indian Ocean which is a nation made up of twelve hundred islands that were founded in the Indian Ocean of South Asia. The islands of Maldives appear with in the route of Indian Ocean and the visitors from different regions have come with in contact with the island for long history. The Maldivian people range in an ethnic category, which also pertains a unique language consisting of Dhivehi but come from an earlier Tamil base. They have a connected cultural tradition. Most of the Maldives islands are tiny, and are less than a mile long, but Minicoy seems to be is the largest island that’s populated. The thing that makes this country so appealing is its culture/religion, the beautiful island and all it has to bring, and the weather/ climate it has. The Maldives culture are different from one atoll to others in which it attributes to the genes that were passed on by south eastern Asians, Africans and Arabians. The Maldivian language is Dhivehi, which is distinct with in quite a few of its regions that have been in the south of Maldives. Most Maldivians are of South Indian origin are elements of Arabian, African, and Indonesian origin as well. Their culture shares many viewpoints that are with Sri Lanka, a strong matriarchal tradition. The uniqueness of their society is a high divorce rate by either South Asian or Islamic standards, which demonstrates the high degree of liberty and freedom that the women have over their lives.
The weather in the Maldives seems to be always sunny lit, breezy nights and beautiful sunsets. The temperature hardly ever changes, throughout the day. The Maldives have two distinct seasons which are dry season and wet season. Rarely are there any thunderstorms, but mostly warm temperatures. Their families are a close-knit island which in their community practices various ways to survive some difficult...
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