As all societies are not alike, all cultures are also not similar to one another. However, there are certain traits common in societies which have their own biological, geographical and social background. On such basis a similarity among all cultures can also be found referred to as uniformity of culture. In one society there may be a number of regional classes representing their respective ways of life distinctive from one another and form the whole culture. For instance, India has been regarded by many scholars as the oldest living civilization having profound cultural impact of its society across the world.
The culture of Indian society has several subcultures in its various regions on the basis of geographical, religious, economic and ancestral conditions. Studying the diverse cultural values of India reveal that much of the culture is composed of non-verbal symbols learned through conditioning in a society. The age, traditions, language, religion, and form of government are the most important elements of a culture that resist social change. A society with too weak cultural elements cannot resist invasion and become overrun by other cultures resulting in a social collapse.
Technological developments have also widely influenced various culture aspects. A culture is thus ever-changing because of learning and transmitting of social traditions by one generation to
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