Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Indian Culture Quotes from famous authors such as Eve, Salman Khurshid, Rajkumar Hirani, Joe Perry, Evo Morales. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I live in a neighborhood where there’s a lot of West Indian culture, so it’s nice.
People can defame anyone they like, people can write anything they like. But non-accountability is a part of modern Indian culture.
I have the highest respect for the concept of ‘Advait’ – the oneness of all humans – that is central to Indian culture, thought, and religion.
India brings out so many different feelings in me. I’ve been fascinated with India and Indian culture as long as I can remember – ever since the ’60s with the Beatles and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Dialogue is the basis of Indian culture, and we don’t want to make any enemies. Political and ideological adversaries, perhaps, but not enemies.
I kept on trying to use so many media and ideas in my work because our horizon is so vast and Indian culture is so rich that I think what we are today, culturally, we have a unique position and I don’t think one lifetime is enough to encompass it.
I am an Indian, and I know what India is. I know Indian culture. I know Indian constitution and democracy.
Song, dance and cinema are so deeply within the Indian culture and with so many cultures incorporating their elements too, it has become a wonderful collage.
A reasonably new theme in the western world, Indian culture has known how to heal the body through food for thousands of years.
‘Deity’ will be a compelling and exciting thriller with complex and interesting characters. A neo-realistic style to story and images will take the audience deep into Calcutta’s many different levels. A fascinating clash between American and Indian culture.
For so long, the world has viewed West Indian culture as semiliterate and backward, which it is not. In my work, I have tried to give that world an exposure so the world can better understand it.
Indian culture certainly gives the Indian mind, including the mind of the Indian scientist, the ability to think out of the box.
I was bullied when I was in middle school in D.C., especially for being an Indian, because there weren’t many Indian kids in school. And because of that, I tended to hide my Indian culture, but that changed by the end of high school. Now, I am 100% proud of it.
The entire planet is drawn to Indian culture and soft power. The global community looks to us for solutions to international problems – whether terrorism, money laundering or climate change. In a globalised world, our responsibilities are also global.
I don’t have much knowledge about Indian culture, but I try to keep a tab of what’s happening down here.
I have a great affection for Indian culture and music.
Rahul Gandhi does not know Indian culture, so when he went to offer prayers at Kashi Vishwanath temple, he sat in a position as if he was offering namaaz.
Therefore reinforcing a stereotype, therefore thinking that the entire Indian culture is just made of people that are against their children’s decisions.
We have contributed through Indian culture; so many international collections are Indian-inspired. Why we don’t make an international impact? We have talent, but we have not leveraged it, not married commerce to design.
Beer is such an integral part of the Indian culture.
Indian food has been huge in the UK forever and ever, but that’s because it has a historical rooting. America, I think is really ripe for it. There’s been so much interest in Indian culture.
Movies are a big part of our Indian culture.