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Savitaben,80 years old lady lives in very small village in India. She is my grandma. Savitaben was born in very rich Indian family. Her father was a business man in small town.

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The Impact of Culture on Person The term culture refers to a state of intellectual development or manners. The social and political forces that influence the growth of a human being is defined as culture. Savitaben,80 years old lady lives in very small village in India. She is my grandma. Savitaben was born in very rich Indian family. Her father was a business man in small town. Her family strongly believes in Indian tradition and culture as a part of traditional clothing she wears Indian traditional sari every day, also she use to cook lunch and dinner for whole family for years , As a part of cultural activity she spends her half hour in the morning and in the evening for prayer with other family members. Whenever I visit my grand mom's place she tells me about our culture and tradition, she always gives me an example of our traditional things so I can understand why Indian culture is so rich unique in its very own way. ...read more.


After finishing her middle school she have to stay at home and help other family members in daily routine work. She started helping her mom for cooking, cleaning house, doing everyday's routine activity and additionally she have to take care of elder member of the family. She was not allowed to go out with friends for movie, shopping or fun. It was family's believe and tradition that girls are not allow to do any enjoyment out side the home, as our society does not allow that for many other reasons. Now as a part of our family tradition her parents have stared looking for her a life partner, finding the perfect partner for one's child can be a challenging task. They use their social networks to locate potential grooms of appropriate social and economic status. Almost all Indian children are raised with the expectation that their parents will arrange their marriages. ...read more.


Elders drill and pass on the Indian culture within us as we grow. We also learned that It is important to respect and hold certain traditions which are unique in terms of cooking, rituals and belief. She always advice us to spend more time with our family also ask us to wear traditional clothes like sari and suite at temple also during special festivals. Also taught us to observe and celebrate traditional festival with love and respect. Even though we have accepted right mix of western influence, modern ways of living and improved our life style , after I came to know about our culture and tradition I can say that a person can change his way of clothing, way of eating and living but the rich values in a person always remains unchanged because they are deeply rooted within our hearts, mind, body and soul which we receive from our culture. My Grandma always advice us to maintain the ethic family tradition. So according to me my Grandma is perfect example of our cultural product. ?? ?? ?? ?? Nilam Shah Essay: 3:2 UNIV 401 ...read more.

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