Difference between Cultural diversity and Ethnic diversity in the Indian context

Harvard Institute for Economic Research developed the following map, showing the Ethnic Diversity in green areas with a high rate of diversity. India is not an Ethnically diverse but culturally diverse Nation.

Indian multiculturism, even though so, has a common source of origin, none other than ancient Vedic Civilisation. Bharatiya Sanskriti enjoys a unique homogenous pattern, which is essentially a sense of Cosmic Unity [Brahman] of all living and non-living beings within ‘private’, ‘public’, and universally levels. Continue reading