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CT FOR ELDERS: Respect for elders is a keystone of Hindu culture. This genuine acknowledgment of seniority is demonstrated through endearing customs, such as sitting to the left of elders, bringing gifts on special occasions, not sitting while they are standing, not speaking excessively, not yawning or stretching, not putting one's opinions forward strongly, not contradicting or arguing, seeking their advice and blessings, giving them first choice in all matters, even serving their food first.

 

2. NAME PROTOCOL: Younger never uses the proper name of their elders. In the Tamil tradition, a younger brother, for example, refers to his brother as annan, or periannan (older brother), not by name. The elder, however, may use the name of the younger. Children are trained to refer to all adults as auntie or uncle. Only people of the same age will address each other by first name. A Hindu wife never speaks the name of her husband. When referring to him she uses terms such as "my husband," "him" or, for example, "Athan, Mama, etc.,".

 

1.MODESTY: Interaction in public between men and women is much more restrained in Hindu culture than in Western culture. In Hindu culture, for the most part, men socialize with men, and women with women. Men never touch women in public unless the lady is very elderly or infirm.

 

2.DISPLAYING AFFECTION: Married Hindu couples do not hug, hold hands or kiss in public. Even embracing at airports and train stations is considered not wise. Men, however, frequently walk hand in hand.

 

THE ROLE OF WOMEN

 

In traditional Hindu culture, women are held in the highest regard -- far more respected, in truth, than in the West. But this does not imply the kind of equality or participation in public interactions that are common in the West. The qualities traditionally most admired in a Hindu woman are modesty of manner, shyness and self-effacement. Self-assertive or bold tendencies are regarded with circumspection. Feminine refinements are expressed and protected in many customs, including the following:

 

1. WOMANLY RESERVE: In mixed company especially in the presence of strangers, a Hindu woman will keep modestly in the background and not participate freely in conversation. This, of course, does not apply to situations among family and close associates.

 

2. WALKING BEHIND ONE'S HUSBAND: The wife walks a step or two behind her husband, or if walking by his side, a step or two back, always giving him the lead. In the West, the reverse of this is often true.3. SERVING AT MEALS: At meals women follow the custom of serving the men first before enjoying their own meal.

 

5. WOMEN IN PUBLIC: Generally it is improper for women to speak with strangers on the street and especially to strike up a casual conversation. Similarly, drinking alcohol or smoking in public, no matter how innocent, are interpreted as a sign of moral laxity and are not acceptable.

 

GUESTS IN THE HOME

 

 

3. EYES: Eyes are also a primary means of communicating, and the meanings are fairly straightforward. They usually indicate degrees of interest in what the speaker is saying. Smiling with your eyes as well as your mouth conveys sincerity. There are three levels of smiling (and infinite shades and degrees in between). Having the eyes open only slightly indicates mild interest. Eyes more open and a bigger smile indicates more interest and enthusiasm. Having the eyes open wide with a big smile or nod, possibly accompanied by some verbal expression, indicates greater interest or great happiness.

World Can Be Change Modern But Culture Will Never Change.

 

The Meaning of Hindu Culture.

 

Each of the religions of the world has its own culture, with many customs, traditions and refined qualities. The Hindu culture is a culture of love, respect, honoring others and humbling one's own ego so that the inner nature, which is naturally pure and modest, will shine forth. Here we have described some of the important faith and behaviors of Hindu community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clarification And The Meaning Of Shri.

 

SHRI is a title derived from Sanskrit and is the sacred sound of cosmic auspiciousness and abundance in Hindu religion. Written as  a Shri, it stands for abundance, auspiciousness, affluence, grace, wealth, light, luster, splendor, beauty, loveliness and authority. The symbol has been used since Vedic times. Holiness is attached to the word when written or spoken. It is also added before a name to show respect and surname as well.

 

Clarification About Culture.

Anyone Need Advice Or Clarification about Culture And Heritage, Kindly email us at designermanagement@hotmail.com for more details because we willing to give advice and clarification about developed understanding. My senior was advice about culture when i was childhood that In the earth we have only 2 culture, It's Woman & Man but because of each people lifestyle was different type of character'  from the struggled our senior was arrange multiple culture in the society followed their behaviour.

 

The Role Of Woman.

In traditional Hindu culture, women are held in the highest regard -- far more respected, in truth, than in the West. But this does not imply the kind of equality or participation in public interactions that are common in the West. The qualities traditionally most admired in a Hindu woman are modesty of manner, shyness and self-effacement. Self-assertive or bold tendencies are regarded with circumspection. Feminine refinements are expressed and protected in many customs, including the following:

 

Womanly Reserve.

In mixed company especially in the presence of strangers, a Hindu woman will keep modestly in the background and not participate freely in conversation. This, of course, does not apply to situations among family and close associates.

 

Walking Behind One's Husband.

The wife walks a step or two behind her husband, or if walking by his side, a step or two back.

In Hindu dharma, marriage is viewed as a sacrament and not a contract. Hindu marriage is a life-long commitment of one wife and one husband, and is the strongest social bond that takes place between a man and a woman,Grahastha Ashram (the householder stage), the second of the four stages of life begins when a man and a woman marry and start a household,Now let us consider the elaborate process of the marriage according to the Veda, and its scientific significance,A day before the wedding the palm and feet of the bride are decorated with "Mahendi".A canopy or mandapa decorated with flowers is erected at the place of wedding,On the wedding morning, various ablutionary rituals are performed on both the bride and the groom in their own homes. Their bodies are anointed with turmeric, sandalwood paste and oils, which cleanse the body, soften the skin, and make it aromatic. They are then bathed to the chanting of Vedic mantras. Hinduism is a way of life.

 

Respect And Reverence.

Respect for elders is a keystone of Hindu culture. This genuine acknowledgment of seniority is demonstrated through endearing customs, such as sitting to the left of elders, bringing gifts on special occasions, not sitting while they are standing, not speaking excessively, not yawning or stretching, not putting one's opinions forward strongly, not contradicting or arguing, seeking their advice and blessings, giving them first choice in all matters, even serving their food first. Hinduism is a way of life.

 

 

 

 

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God Mathurai veeran is very highness and devoted for S.Mutusamy s/o Sinnaiah since his grand parents generation. No one can life without devotional life because devotinal is a way of life. Devotional is a guide line for everyone, Human praying human because  long time ago they was a protector to the society, God Mathurai Veeran is a protector,Hinduism is a way of life.

God Maha Letchumy is one of the devoted for S.Mutusamy s/o Sinnaiah since his parents generation, She's a God of mother to every prayer's because she were always devoted for the person who believe her, The man who pray her were never will fail in his life journey, The most indian society who praying God Maha Letchumy is a family who strength with culture.Hinduism is a way of life.

S.Mutusamy s/o Sinnaiah have already officially married with Vimla dewi d/o Madevan since 16 september 2007,He was married at Medan  Mariaman temple at north sumatera Indonesia, both of them was married at medan indonesia and afterwards flying to selangor malaysia which is bridegroom parentage for continue their permanent life journey, currently they were have one child age is 10 years old. According to both bride and bridegroom" Culture is one of the wonder in human life and everyone must be strength with culture in their personal life and official life which other than your social life, S.Mutusamy s/o Sinnaiah have already hold the capitals alphabet of S which carrying the surname of Shri Raja from his grandparents generation since 26/12/1974.

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