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The Indian flag has three equal horizontal bands of saffron, white, and green, with a blue chakra (24-spoked wheel) centered in the white band; saffron represents courage, sacrifice, and the spirit of renunciation; white signifies purity and truth; green stands for faith and fertility; the blue chakra symbolizes the wheel of life in movement and death in stagnation. Remember this is only a very basic level introduction to Indian culture and the people; it can not account for the diversity within Indian society and is not meant in any way to stereotype all Indian people you may meet!
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Their culture is more closed off, they're more traditional, their families often disapprove. The Rise of Asian Americans | Pew Social & Demographic Trends I don't know if this applies outside of the US, but here in Northern California, this is pretty noticeable.
Religion is a big part of their lives, whether Hindu, Muslim or Buddhist, so I don't know how they feel about inter-faith marriages. I have noticed that here in Canada, Indians very much stick to themselves.
The People India is one of the most diverse countries in the world.
English is used primarily in business, and for economic and political purposes.India is considered by some to be one of the most diverse countries in the world; with over 122 languages spoken by at least 10,000 people, topography that ranges from the Himalayan mountain range to the Great Indian Desert, and the world’s largest film industry - there is something for everyone in India!Whether you are visiting India for business or pleasure, or hosting Indian colleagues, our free guide has all you need to know to help you understand your Indian counterparts, improve communication and get the relationship off to the right start.Language is regional and dialects play a role in the variety of languages spoken throughout India, with some sources suggesting that there are possibly 1,652 different languages or dialects.These come from four main linguistic families and are centred on different regions.