The book “India: A Cultural Voyage ” traces the voyage of Indian Culture through its excellence in the realms of religion, philosophy, aesthetics, languages and sciences with a lively and unique system of deciphering unity in diversity.The book focuses mainly on India’s languages, religions, dance, music, architecture, food and customs, which differ from place to place.Indian Culture, considered a combination of several cultures, has been influenced by a history of several millennia old, beginning with the Indus Valley Civilization and several other older civilizations.The book’s central theme is the element of Indian Culture, such as Indian religion, languages, mathematics, philosophy, cuisine, languages, dance, music, and festivals, which also have had a profound impact across the Indian sub-continent and the world.This book vividly describes India’s cultural strides through more than thirty centuries.In conformity with the general design, the book contains READINGS from Kadambari, Mahabharat, Gandhi, secular saints, and from flora and festivals.
About Udai Narain Tewari
Prof. Udai Narain Tewari taught Indology at theHumboldt University, Berlin in the early seventies. In midthe eighties, he was assigned by the Government of India toprogram teaching of Indian Culture at the University ofGuyana, Georgetown. During the intervening period Prof.Tewari worked with the media both at home and abroad. Acreative journalist, he wrote art reviews in regular columnsof reputed Dailies and Weeklies. His encounter with thecritical and appreciative discipline helped the developinghim a unique acquaintance with the unforgeable ideals,the dreams, the wisdom, the buoyant energy and love oflife and nature – the many splendor columns in the grandthe mansion is known as Indian Culture. The same acquaintance,with his poetic vision, unfolds itself in the form of INDIA –A CULTURAL VOYAGE.OTHER BOOKS BY THE AUTHOR:-Resurgent Tibet: A cause for NAM; Bharatiya Sanskriti : EkAjasra Pravah; Germany : Desh Aur Niwasi; A Practical Hindi