India is the only nation in the world that has its unique identity as a cultural nation. The purpose of this sacred land is not to do politics. This land is the land of the cannon of saints, rishi munis, so India’s culture is the greatest all over the world. The culture of this country teaches the art and method of living and can become Narayan by being born as a male on this auspicious earth. Not only Haryana, but every corner of India has also contributed in one form or the other. It has a distinct identity in terms of power, conflict, culture, religion, economic and simplicity of this land. Did you know that Haryana nowadays has its own poker league? You can cheer for them or participate in live tournaments, or if you don’t have any experience – start learning with the help of the most prominent poker site.
Haryana’s contribution to the mainstream of Indian history and culture has been remarkable. An accommodating of different people, it was here that they came, got and contributed towards creating Indian culture. That is why the Vedic land of Haryana is the origins of the ancient Indian civilization and culture, this is where the knowledge of Indian philosophy and spirituality grew all over the country and our saints and sadhus read Vedic Bhajans on this land.
Dr. Hari Ram Gupta, a renowned historian, also confirms the idea. He says that “heaven and earth are sometimes not united and God rarely agreed to build better habitat for a man than Haryana.” In the past, its geographical location was somewhat different. The atmosphere of the region was cold and pleasant and it should be responsible for the oldest habitat of man in the region.
The literary tradition, has always been a very heaven Lyon and land of heaven on earth. The decisive works of Indian history were held here at their battlefields – Karnal, Taraori, and Panipat – and the oppression powers were violated.
On this subject, historians and scholars have different views. With regard to the scope and scope of culture, it is beneficial to quote the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s views before going to the truly existing cultural content. “What exactly is ‘culture’ that people talk about a lot about this? When I was younger, I remember reading about the German ‘Kultur’ and the victory of the German people and the efforts to spread it through other means. It was a great war to spread and oppose this culture.
Every country and every person has a unique idea of culture. When it comes to cultural relations – although it is very good at principle – what really happens is because these unique ideas come into conflict and are more inconsistent than moving towards friendship. This is a fundamental question – what is culture? And I’m certainly not able to give you the definition because I haven’t got one.
One can develop their own culture to each country and each different civilization that had its roots in generation hundreds and thousands of years ago. One sees these attacks impulsively molded that initially begins civilization on its long way. This concept is influenced by other concepts and one looks at action and dialogue between these different perceptions. I think that there is no culture in the world that is absolutely outdated, pure, and unaffected by any other culture. It simply cannot be, as no one can say that he belongs to a hundred per cent, to a particular racial type, because there have been unmistakable changes and mixtures over the course of hundreds and thousands of years.