Culture & Heritage

Lifestyle, Values Beliefs

India is a diverse country, a fact that is visibly prominent in its people, culture and climate. From the eternal snows of the Himalayas to the cultivated peninsula of far South, from the deserts of the West to the humid deltas of the East, from the dry heat and cold of the Central Plateau to the cool forest foothills, Indian lifestyles clearly glorify the geography.

The food, clothing and habits of an Indian differ in accordance to the place of origin.


The Indian culture varies like its vast geography. People speak in different languages, dress differently, follow different religions, eat different food but are of the same temperament. So whether it is a joyous occasion or a moment of grief, people participate whole-heartedly, feeling the happiness or pain. A festival or a celebration is never constrained to a family or a home. The whole community or neighbourhood is involved in bringing liveliness to an occasion. Likewise, an Indian wedding is a celebration of union, not only of the bride and groom, but also of two families, maybe cultures or religion too! Similarly, in times of sorrow, neighbours and friends play an important part in easing out the grief.


  • Taj mahal
  • Agra Fort
  • fatehpur Sikri (Buland Darwaja)
  •  Sikandra (Akbar Tomb)
  •  Dayal Bagh Temple
  •  Bateshwar Temple
  • Tomb of I’timad-ud-Daulah
  •  Chini Ka Rauza
  •  Keetham Lake
  •  Fatehpur Sikri (Panch Mahal)