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Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS These Projects are an asset of Rukmini Devi Public SchoolPowerPoint Presentation: We, grade 8 students are sharing the interacted information with France on the topic “Culture and Tradition” in the form of a presentation….PowerPoint Presentation: 3 CULTURE 'N' TRADITIONPowerPoint Presentation: 4 S. No. Topic 1. Linking of India and France 2. India ~ Introduction France ~ Introduction 3. Flag 4. 5. Map 6. Religion 7. Language 8. Sports 9. Architecture Travel and Tourism 10. 11. Food Cont…PowerPoint Presentation: 5 S. No. Topic 12. Dances 13. Area and Population Attire 14. 15. Neighbouring Countries !6. Thank You !!PowerPoint Presentation: 6 France IndiaPowerPoint Presentation: 7 India is a land of diverse cultures. The variations in physical, climatic conditions and the extent of exposure to other cultures have greatly influenced the traditions and culture of the different regions. There is an underlying basic factor common to the whole of India, with variations in the practices based on their local needs and influences. Further, the greatness of India has been in accepting the best from all the invaders and intermingling the new customs and styles with the existing - this is visible in all aspects - music, dance, painting, sculptures, architecture.PowerPoint Presentation: 8 The name "France" comes from Latin Francia , which literally means "land of the Franks" or "Frankland". France, officially the French Republic, is a country located in Western Europe, with several overseas islands and territories located on other. France is the largest country in the European Union by area. France has been a major power for many centuries with strong economic, cultural, military and political influence.PowerPoint Presentation: 9 Saffron ~ A symbol of courage. White ~ Peace and Honesty. Green ~ Hope, Joy, Fertility and Love. Blue ~ vigilance, truth and loyalty, perseverance & justice White ~ peace and honesty Red ~ hardiness, bravery, strength & valourPowerPoint Presentation: 10PowerPoint Presentation: 11 Area ~ 674,843 km 2 Population ~ 65,821,885 3,287,240km 2 Area ~ Population ~ 1,210,193,422PowerPoint Presentation: 12 France is a secular country as freedom of religion is a constitutional right. There are Catholics, atheists, Muslim, Protestant, Buddhist, and Jewish. Secular India is home to Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and other innumerable religious traditions.PowerPoint Presentation: 13 Twenty-two (22) Official Languages: Hindi Language of the State English Languages Demarcate States North India Sanskrit (like Latin) Indo-Iranian-Germanic Branch Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, & Marathi South India Dravidian Branch Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, and Kannada French, the official language, is the first language of 88% of the population. 3% of the population speak German. Flemish is spoken by 0.2% of the French population. Roughly 1.7% of the population, speaks Italian. Basque is spoken by 0.1%. Catalan is spoken by 0.4% of the French population.PowerPoint Presentation: 14 The French "national" sport is football (soccer), colloquially called 'le foot‘ (see Football in France). The most-watched sports in France are football (soccer), rugby union, basketball, cycling, sailing and tennis. Alongside history, culture and arts India has thrived in the fields of different sports. Some of the sports played in India are:- Cricket Hockey Tennis Shooting Archery Boat Racing Jallikattu KushtiPowerPoint Presentation: Palace of Versailles Louvre Eiffel Tower Champs-Elysées Taj Mahal Sanchi, Buddhist Red Fort Hawa Mahal India GatePowerPoint Presentation: 16 Use of Spices, Lentil, & Herbs Practicing Vegetarians South India Idli, Dosa, Vada Sambar, Chutney, Vegetables Rice, Pickle, & Yogurt Coffee (Milk + Sugar) North India Roti, Chapati Lentils, Cheese Sweets, Yogurt Tea (Milk + Sugar) Traditional French meals, whether at home or in a restaurant, will always include several courses Hors d'oevres Entrée Fish Course Main Course Salad Cheese Plate Dessert Café WinePowerPoint Presentation: 17 India can boast of an innumerable number of folk dances, each dance forming a specialty of a particular region or tribe. Each form will have its own specialty & grace, along with a set pattern of costumes & make-up. Bharatanatyam is the most popular of Indian dances and belongs to the South Indian state of Tamil nadu . Its antiquity is well established.. It was a part of the religious rituals and has a long and hoary past. Dances in France are a form of entertainment and string through which you are able to reconnect yourself with the cultural heritage of the region. Several cultural centers across the country hold events where the traditional folk dances of the region are shown. The most popular dance of France is the Baroque dance which is believed to originated between 1600 to 1750 AD Costumes play a vital role in the dance of France colorful dresses are designed so that they are able to complement the breathtaking dance performance by the professional dancers of the region.PowerPoint Presentation: 18 The costumes of people in India are influenced by the geography and the weather of the place they live in. Hence, they differ from state to state. Cotton, Silk, & Polyester Traditional & Casual Colorful & Ornamental South India Doti, Sari Silk Shirts & Sari 22 Ct Gold Jewelry Shirts & Pants North India Kurtha, Pajamas Sari Salwar Kameez Silk, Cotton, & Wool Gold & Silver Jewelry Most of the people wear depends on the time of day. In the morning/ afternoon, a lot of them wear stylish black pants or jeans, layered shirts, a lightweight scarf of some kind, stylish boots or dress flats, and a hat. In the evening, the people generally wear the ever-so-stylish "little black dress" with a lightweight scarf either around the neck or around the head. The shoes in the evening are some sort of comfortable heels.PowerPoint Presentation: 19 The main neighbouring countries of France are :- England Belgium Germany Switzerland Italy Spain The main neighbouring countries of India are :- Bangladesh Bhutan China Nepal Pakistan AfghanistanPowerPoint Presentation: EFFORTS BY THE GROUP OF ~ Anshul Bansal Yatiraj Mishra You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.