• Western Culture
    Indian culture is its values. These values are deeply rooted within the heart, mind, body and soul of its dwellers. But, the influence of western culture started in India during the 19th century when the british established their colony in the country. Western culture, considered as the most advanced...
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  • The Influence of the Western Culture on the
    the influence of the dimensions of western culture to the respective dimensions of the subcontinental culture and vice versa. The subcontinential culture, is the culture refering to the South Asian region which includes the modern day India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Sirilanka. The...
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  • western culture
     ASSIGNMENT 1 INFORMATIVE WRITING WESTERN INFLUENCE ON INDIAN CULTURE What is culture? It’s not about your belief or your faith instead it’s all about your customs, ideals, social behavior which a particular individual or a group follows. In short culture means ‘a way of life’. In spite...
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  • Western Cultures Overbearing Influence
    films that portray a continuous trend of western aspects. This is seen in the production of movies such as “Monsoon Wedding”. This movie represents the way Indian Culture is traveling. The influence that Hollywood has exerted on India can be seen clearly in this film. The west has made it fashionable to...
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  • Cultural Syncretism
    aided them in their resistance of the Western influence. If there had been a cultural syncretism between the western cultures and China or India, history could have been altered dramatically.  References: Africa in America: An introduction. (2011). National Park Service. Retrieved from http...
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  • impact of western culture on india
    far as the eye can see, we notice only western modes and we are for a moment set to wonder if we are in India or in some western country. Impact of cultures is felt elsewhere also and this is bound to be, when two people or two societies or two countries meet but, neither leaves its own system...
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  • Impact of Globalization on Non Western Culture
    economic self-sufficiency and shunned the thought of globalization to an economy that is progressively more open to trade and foreign investment. The second non-Western culture that has been impacted by globalization is India. The impact of globalization on India has altered the way women are viewed...
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  • Influnce of Indian Art
    Indian art by the western culture has occurred at different levels but prevalently, the cultural level though recently such influences have been extended to social and religious levels (Kumar 121). This influence has been necessitated by the fact that India has a combination of many races, religious...
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  • Western Culture Degradation or Enrichment?
    ., here we can proud of that western culture, it bringing us with the fast moving world. Dis: I Strongly believe that there is a substantial influence of western culture on Indian youths. Mere mention of the word 'India' signifies a place of cultural heritage as well as diversity. But the cultural...
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  • Lutheran Chistianity and Indian Nationalism
    Christianity in India as well as how it can fit in with Indian nationalism as the country strives to become an independent nation. One of Cederlöf’s ideas is that the Western culture’s influence has been too heavy on Indian converts and therefore for both Christianity and Indian nationalism to coincide, these...
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  • The Power of Western Media
    Western media has created a clash of culture in Indian Society, through Hollywood influencing Bollywood. Western Media is portrayed in India as Hollywood so realistically Western means American. Bollywood being the equivalent of Hollywood in India is a movie making, idea producing machine. It is...
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  • India and Mughal
    nationalists were outraged Persian nationalists included 2 different groups Some want to adopt Western ways Muslim leaders condemn Persian gov’t & Western influences British Take Over India Mughal Empire Thrived for more than 200 years Mid-1700s- collapsing from lack of strong rulers Britain turned...
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  • Shivnath
    | | Mounting western culture degrading India on the whole. Have you ever seen the pictures of Jatindranath Mukerjee or Chandrasekhar Azad or Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose? Apart from being leading revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle, these three great personalities had something more...
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  • Assesment of the Millenium
    examine briefly, in this lecture. Islam and India I begin, then, with the first set of questions, concerning the absorption of Islamic culture in India and how it affects the nature of Indian identity and civilization. What did the Islamic influence do to India? Did it, in fact, change what is...
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  • Culture
    can see, we notice only western modes and we are for a moment set to wonder if we are in India or in some western country. Impact of cultures is felt elsewhere also and this is bound to be, when two people or two societies or two countries meet but, neither leaves its own system wholesale as in...
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  • Western Culture
    of their choice.So, all the cultures are freely accepted and respected by the Indians.  But, the influence of western culture started in India during the 19th century when the british established their colony in the country. The culture of India has been shaped not only by its long history...
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  • Impact of Westernization on India Culture
    that, to be a part of each other Joys and Sorrows to celebrate the moments together and share the grief together. Day by day all our value for which India has the pride is vanishing & western culture is incubating in India with faster rate. There’s no harm in taking good things from...
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  • Hassan
    longer traditional, but have clearly evolved into a society heavily influenced by western civilization. However, others oppose this perspective of American mass media in foreign countries. In countries like India, parents worried about the influence of an American based pop culture, more specifically...
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  • Cultural Syncretism
    refused from having any influence on political issues of that time. We would not be able to say, “America, land of the free”, if syncretism did not occur. If Cultural Syncretism had occurred in China and India Western civilization had tremendous impact on other cultures of the world. This effect...
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  • Globalization, Glt1, Task 1
    countries that chose to embrace globalization do so at a risk. The economic benefits may not seem as important when a change in culture begins because of Western influence. References Ames, T. (n.d.). The Effect of Globalization on Chinese Culture. Retrieved from URL http://www.ehow.com...
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