A popular online destination for Indian expats looking to find their way around the world, Indian culture is often overlooked by international visitors, but it is becoming a popular way to experience the country’s vibrant culture.
The popular online hub CultureMap, launched in March 2017, has become a popular destination for Indians looking to explore the country and find their next stop, and it is one of the few places where Indian tourists can get a look at the country from the outside.
This is what CultureMap looks like from the inside.
As of June 2018, CultureMap was home to more than 6.4 million users, with the majority of those users living in the US and Europe.
The site is currently in its third year, and since it launched it has been downloaded more than 1.7 million times.
Its main feature is a calendar of popular cultural events, which are arranged by date and place, with events appearing on different dates.
Each event can be sorted by country, time or date, and you can also sort by language, with entries from the US, UK and French being grouped together.
The biggest event of the day is the New Year’s Eve festival in the city of Hyderabad, which is a popular tourist destination.
The calendar is organised by region, with New Year events taking place in each of India’s 24 states, and events organised by the national cultural council of India (NCI) are also featured.
CultureMap was founded by a group of Indian expat bloggers, who were looking for a place to showcase their cultural experiences in the country.
The founders are hoping that the site can help educate Indian expatriates and tourists about the country in general, which they feel is often misunderstood by international travellers.
“There are so many expats in the Indian diaspora and we feel they need to know more about India and its culture,” said Suman, a user who also went by the handle ‘Akshay’.
“We need to start making more videos, photos and stories to highlight how much we love our home country.”
In addition to the main events, there are also a lot of smaller events, including free festivals, cultural events and other cultural events.
“The biggest thing is the quality of life, and that we can’t compare with our home countries,” said Anupam, another user who goes by the name ‘Ajit’.
“They are so different from us and they make the world feel different.
This helps us to understand India better.”
As part of the launch, the team has also started a new blog called ‘India in the News’ that will cover various Indian cultural events in the coming weeks.
According to the site, the content is based on interviews and local media reports, and includes posts on how to get to the best places to visit in the capital, how to book accommodation in cities such as Mumbai and Hyderabad and how to prepare for a day in the parks.
“Culture Map is an excellent platform for people to share their experiences of India,” said Shanti, another Indian user.
“I’m going to try to write more stories, videos and stories.
We will definitely do it for India in the future.”