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Brazilians love Indian Culture




Brazilians love Indian Culture.:cheers:
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It's very interesting that brazilians love indian culture, thanks to http://www.iskcon.com/&quot;" target="_blank">ISKCON and lovers of India... now Indian culture and Hinduism spreaded to every corner of the world:up:
Brazilian TV show http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caminho_das_%C3%8Dndias"" target="_blank">Caminho Das Indias is a proof that how brazilians are interested in Indian culture:up:.
It currently ranks on the top of the most watched shows in the Brazilian television history
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Cultural relations
There is enormous interest in Brazil on India's culture, religion, performing arts and philosophy. A number of cultural events including performances by famous Kuchipudi dance group, "Raja and Radha Reddy" were organized in the major cities of Brazil ahead of the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Braslia from 11-14 September 2006. Earlier, a very successful Festival of India was organised during the visit of President K.R. Narayanan to Brazil in May 1998. There are numerous organisations teaching yoga and they invite yoga teachers from India for instructions and learning. ISKCON, Satya Sai Baba, Maharshi Mahesh Yogi, Bhakti Vedanta Foundation and other Indian spiritual gurus and organisations have their chapters in Brazil. The University of Londrina has a good specialization course on India in its Department of Afro-Asian Studies. Mahatma Gandhi is highly regarded in the country and the government has sought to teach his philosophy of non-violence to the police to improve its track record. A statue of Mahatma Gandhi is located in a prominent square in Rio de Janeiro. A group called the Filhos de Gandhi (Sons of Gandhi) participates regularly in the carnival in Salvador. Private Brazilian organizations occasionally invite Indian cultural troupes.


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Economic relations
In recent years, relations between Brazil and India have grown considerably and co-operation between the two countries has been extended to such diverse areas as science and technology, pharmaceuticals and space. The two-way trade in 2007 nearly tripled to US$ 3.12 billion from US$ 1.2 billion in 2004.

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Global software giant, Wipro Technologies, also set up a business process outsourcing centre in Curitiba to provide shared services to AmBev, the largest brewery in Latin America. AmBev's zonal vice president, Renato Nahas Batista, said "We are honoured to be a part of Wipro's expansion plans in Brazil and Latin America." AmBev's portfolio includes leading brands like Brahma, Becks, Stella and Antarctica.


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History
Indias links with Brazil go back five centuries. Portugals Pedro Alvares Cabral is officially recognised as the first European to discover Brazil in 1500. Cabral was sent to India by the King of Portugal soon after the return of Vasco da Gama from his pioneering journey. Cabral is reported to have been blown-off course on his way to India. Brazil became an important Portuguese colony and stop-over in the long journey to Goa. This Portuguese connection led to the exchange of several agricultural crops between India and Brazil in the colonial days. Indian cattle was also imported to Brazil. Most of the cattle in Brazil is of Indian origin.[/COLOR]
Diplomatic relations between India and Brazil were established in 1948. The Indian Embassy opened in Rio de Janeiro on May 3, 1948, moving to Braslia on August 1, 1971.




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Last edited by: MGupta on 09-08-09 00:16:55
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CULTURES....


I know both the cultures. Some cultures are strict in their religious beliefs and practices. Hinduism and Catholicism are alike. They are very strict with their morality issues. The Portuguese people might like the Hindu culture. But they do not want to embrace it. They will stand at a distance and admire it.

Where as you can see the Brazileans very open in their own world and have no inhibitions none what so ever and very transparent in their show of affection, display of character and make no bones about it. But it may be so in their own areas of residence. "If you have it you flaunt it" attitude.

I can admire some part of it personally, but at times I find it excessive. What they show off is way out of my league and I will stand far away from the crowd and be a bystander. Like standing in an art gallery.

Here is one such dance that everyone will enjoy. Try and master it. I take back seat to such dances. Music is excellent. It has developed slowly and currently it is where it is.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AfTl5Vg73A

"To each his own".

"C'est la vie"

Freddie.



 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AfTl5Vg73A

"To each his own".

"C'est la vie"

Freddie.




Magnifico:up::cheers:

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Post ID: 149212 21-08-09 01:01:37
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few more great songs:up::cool:

http://www.desichatter.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1949

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Post ID: 149213 21-08-09 01:05:52
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A famous tamil musician who often act as if he is God of music has stolen this track for his Tamil film.

Vettaiyadu Vilaiyadu - Partha Mudhal nale..

We should encourage the original track owners go behind these thieves and at least push them for a public apology for such cocky behavior.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AfTl5Vg73A

"To each his own".

"C'est la vie"

Freddie.




Magnifico:up::cheers:


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Brazil India: different cultures but only one heart.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfR4c4EWRDc" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfR4c4EWRDc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lFxfK3QZZk" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lFxfK3QZZk

:cheers:

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