Q. Why festivals in India are so famous compare to other countries?
Why festivals in India are so famous compare to other countries?
17 per cent of the world’s population lives in India.
That’s a considerable figure, also India is a multi-cultured country.
Every culture has their own customs, celebrations and festivals.
Despite the fact that Indian have migrated to different countries they never forget their religion and festivals.
1,342,512,706 people celebrating festivals of their and other Indian religions, now you can imagine the outcome.
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Moments of celebration, be it of religious significance or merely victory of our favourite sport team, it is a festival. We are entwined to our cultural origins, festivals are the timely reminders to get past our problems and cherish the present with the people we love. Unlike present circumstances, where entertainment is just a few clicks away, in earlier times festivals offered a major share of entertainment. Not just that, these cultural celebrations let us pass our ethical and religious beliefs to the next generations too.
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