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- The Rise of Culture
Posted by : Paras Sharma Sunday, 24 April 2016
From where the thing called Culture started? The process of culture might have originated in the age when human beings started to live in communities, groups etc. They might have started making rules for themselves and their community to make their life better.
But how human acquired culture? It’s all due to human behaviour. It’s the behaviour of human being to do everything in a planned way and something done in past by following some set of rules becomes culture in future. There are many factors that initiated culture. The factors are: surroundings, geographical locations, resources economical, political conditions etc. These whole factors initiated the rise of culture. So finally we can say that culture is the collection of the thoughts, views and experiences of the peoples from the ancient times to present time.
Culture brings differences too. Culture affects the human behaviour to a great extent. Culture brings differences in the thoughts between the communities. All communities sharing different cultures differ in many things. Culture effects human behaviour in following ways:
2. Clothing ( based upon geographical location)
3. Food ( based upon food resources available)
4. Thoughts ( based upon experiences)
And culture is also of many types. The culture can be political, institutional, patriotic, regional, religious, social, digital etc. Culture makes people different but also preaches many things, and by analysing that whole past cultural experience these countries can learn new things. Countries having so much diverse culture have plenty of things to learn. People of culturally diverse countries need to learn from the past experiences and think about future. This is only going to make their and their fellow citizens life better and better.
Also as the time changes culture should also be changed and all new culture should be set up. This will result in better function of the society.
Take inspirations from past, Apply it in present to make your future better.