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Culture Policy for India: A Framework

India has a rich history and culture, but no “National Culture Policy” exists. India is an old, even prehistoric, civilization. Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro are living proof of this. Even though foreigners have ruled us for hundreds of years, we have a deep sense of culture, a way of thinking, and beliefs that will never change. Indian culture brings people, nations, and the whole world together. India has a culture full of peace and spirituality to share with the rest of the world. Culture is like the roots of a tree. If the roots are deep, storms cannot uproot the tree. Famous people from India with strong ideas and beliefs have a message for a changing world. Also, as digitalization spreads into every part of our lives, people will likely hear things that are not true. This changes the way people think and threatens democracies and societies as a whole. Countries worldwide dig deep into their pasts to learn more about their cultures and civilizations, so they can live in harmony with each other and be happy. We also need to discuss the country’s cultural assets are its economic assets. With the “VIKSHIT BHARATABHIYAN” in 2047, the country is preparing for its 100th year of independence. India has a “New Education Policy,” an “Indian Monetary Policy,” an “Indian Public Policy,” and many other policies, so why does it not have a policy on the most crucial thing, culture?

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