Human forms have inhabited the earth for many millions of years. In our present modern form, I would say more than 120,000 years. Paleontologists and archeologists don’t necessarily agree among themselves and certainly not with each of the other disciplines. But for the sake of this paper, I think it is safe to say we have been here a very long time. The ground you stand on is not only historical, but also sacred in my way of thinking.
In the classic novel A Passage to India – there are culture differences that allow a strong bond and friendship to flourish.
There is a well known and very popular proverb,"delay in justice is denied justice."Of course, there are some opposite points of view too."Hasty justice is a waste of justice" and "Hurried justice is buried justice". But these latter proverbs will not deny the inordinate delay caused in rendering justice to ordinary people.
The phrase to express the Indian caste system.
Sacagawea Heroine Acts.
A Heroine Indian’s female.
Getting to know whatever civilization requires a generation, not likely in any modest selection of simple steps.
The article is mainly about my cultural identity as an Indian Tamil-Telugu living in a comprehensive of mores country called Malaysia.