Through the ages
The culture of India has evolved over the centuries, therefore, despite the modern rhythm of life, some ancient foundations have survived to this day. As a handshake, there is a special gesture, called “namaste”. Translated means “I greet God in you.” To perform it correctly, you need to bring folded palms and fingers to chest level.
Most marriages are not created by love, but by a clear choice of parents. One of the main parameters that pay attention to when choosing a bride or groom is religious beliefs and caste. There are practically no divorces in India. Many marry 1 time and for a lifetime. In many villages, the land is still being plowed with the help of buffaloes and plows, which, against the background of a good 4G Internet connection, creates a special contrast (together with a pattern break).
The groom is forbidden to look at the bride during the wedding ceremony; . It has long been believed that a girl born on a specific date promises death to her husband. Therefore, such “lucky girls” married twice, and for the first time – for an inanimate object. Well, everyone knows about the cows. Here they calmly walk along the streets and sometimes sleep right on the roadway. In Rishikesh, specially trained people feed them with chowder.
Shipping was founded in India about 6,000 years ago. Continuing the conversation about the country, it is worth noting that India until the 17th century was considered the most economically stable and one of the richest in the world. Ghats of Varanasi Sacred animals on the streets of Pushkar For the lovely wherever you are. Like any other country, India is rich in various customs. And looking at them, sometimes I am very glad that I myself am not a Hindu.
Sati is an ancient ritual, according to which the wife should completely share the fate of her husband. Including his death. When performing sati, the wife goes with her husband to the funeral pyre. At this time, this custom is practically not practiced, its implementation is equivalent to a crime. Therefore, in order to avoid temptations, only men are present at the funeral. Residents of some Indian settlements, adhere to such a ritual as throwing a newborn child from the roof of the house on a large piece of cloth.
But do not be afraid, everything happens absolutely safe. According to belief, this rite promises good luck to the newborn, health and long life. What will happen if the child suddenly misses the fabric, the story, of course, is silent.