•Introduction
Theories
Analysis
Results & Discussion 1.1
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1.7The context
Aims
Objective
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Approach
Research questions INTRODUCTION1.1 THE CONTEXT
• The culture of India is pluralistic in its character. It is composed of
several segmental cultures, which may be similar or dissimilar to
each other.
• In India, popularity in terms of tourist promotion is limited to
certain regions and their associated cultures only.
Under this dissertation, it is aimed to identify the state-wise cultures
and traditions of all zones to the maximum possible extent, and make
use of most of it in the form of recreational elements that would
attract the attention and curiosity of the visitors towards its origin. INTRODUCTION1.1THE CONTEXT• The culture of India is pluralistic in its character. It is composed of
several segmental cultures, which may be similar or dissimilar to
each other.
• In India, popularity in terms of tourist promotion is limited to
certain regions and their associated cultures only.
Under this dissertation, it is aimed to identify the state-wise cultures
and traditions of all zones to the maximum possible extent, and make
use of most of it in the form of recreational elements that would
attract the attention and curiosity of the visitors towards its origin. INTRODUCTION1.1THE CONTEXT• The culture of India is pluralistic in its character. It is composed of
several segmental cultures, which may be similar or dissimilar to
each other.
• In India, popularity in terms of tourist promotion is limited to
certain regions and their associated cultures only.
Under this dissertation, it is aimed to identify the state-wise cultures
and traditions of all zones to the maximum possible extent, and make
use of most of it in the form of recreational elements that would
attract the attention and curiosity of tourists towards its origin….

VARIED DIMENSIONS OF INDIAN CULTURE AND THEIR MANIFESTATIONS AS RECREATIONAL ELEMENTS IN A CULTURAL THEME PARK