Indians love to go to movies. As there are several languages in India so does the cinemas which include Bollywood (Hindi), Tollywood (Tamil) and etc. There is so much demand for the entertainment industry. This can be imagined by the fact (तथ्य –Tathy) that Bollywood is the biggest producer of motion pictures which are even more than its English counterpart Hollywood.
Indians are foodie. They love every taste which may range from one extreme to another. Their taste buds will savor the sweet Mithai (मिठाई – traditional sweets) as well as very bitter lemon pickles. Those taste are result of vast and diverse cuisine (भोजन – Bhojan), which is found in India. There are four cuisines representing India gastronomy. Out of those four cuisines, North Indian and South Indian cuisines are most popular. In North Indian cuisine, you will find numerous varieties of breads, vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, dessert, snacks, traditional sweets and drinks and much more. Similarly in South Indian cuisine, there is lot of variety of dishes based on rich, sea food and native spices.
India has many festival and Indians love to celebrate their festival with passion. There is very vivid and celebrating mood (भाव – Bhaav) during every festival in India. Be it the festival of light Diwali, India’s biggest festival where people can be seen in very uplifting mood. Indian festivals are so much fun and inspiring that they are now being adopted and celebrated across world i.e. Holi is celebrated in many western countries as the festival of colors.