Cultures have existed for centuries. All over the globe different cultures populated the earth, some originating in the most desolate and unforgiving areas on the planet. All the cultures had to adapt to the region where they lived, and while adapting, they devolved their own way of life, religions, subsistence, political structure, and family structure. Two of these cultures are the Hindu, who resides in India, and the Samburu who are located in Northern Kenya. Both of these cultures are unique in their own way, and have some similarities when it comes to family.
Hindus, make up a large portion of the population in India, and also have several temples spread all across the ...view middle of the document...
(Ferraro and Andreatta, 2011). He makes all important decisions for the family and is usually the major provider of income.
Both the Hindu and the Samburu have arranged marriages. In the Hindu culture, their marriages are more extravagant than the Samburu, the women who are getting married usually wear read and are adorned with jewelry and gold, whereas the Samburu women wear only purple cloth and some tribal jewelry. In the Samburu culture, men are allowed to have more than one wife, whereas in the Hindu culture men are allowed to take only one wife.
Customarily the Samburu economy was completely horticultural, striving to survive wholly on their bovines, goats, and a few other livestock. On the other hand, the blending of a huge development in populace in the course of recent years and a decrease in their cow’s property has constrained them to look for other supplemental manifestations of job. Some have endeavored to develop harvests, while numerous junior men have relocated for in any event brief times to urban areas to look for pay work. Numerous work in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, as guardians, while other would go to Kenya's beachfront resorts where there was some work; others would sell spears and beaded jewelry.
In contrast, the Hindu economy is much larger. The economy of Hindu India is one of the largest on the planet by a perceived GDP and the third-largest by obtaining force equality. In their article The Indian Economy, Peter Stinson and David Strom explain, “The nation is one of the G-20 real economies and a part of BRICS. On a for every capita-wage premise, India positioned 141st by ostensible GDP and130th by GDP (PPP) in 2012, India is the19th largest exporter and the tenth biggest shipper on the planet. The economy impede to around 5.0% for the 2012–13 monetary year contrasted and 6.2% in the past fiscal.” (Stinson and Strom, 2012: 6). This shows that they have had a strong economy, but in recent quarters, the Indian economy has had seen its worst drought since its independence.
In the last three decades, India’s economy has grown fast, mostly ending with a seven percent growth rate. In the last couple of years, the Indian economy has been in free fall. In his article, Why is India’s Economy Stumbling, Arvid Subramanian states that, “India’s self-confidence has been shaken. Growth has slowed to 4.4 percent a year; the rupee is in free fall, resulting in higher prices for imported goods; and the specter of a potential crisis, brought on by rising inflation and crippling budget deficits, looms. To some extent, India has been just another victim of the ebb and flow of global finance, which it embraced too enthusiastically.” (Subramanian, 2013: 2). India’s economy continues to struggle today with no sign that it will emerge soon.
The Samburu believe that God (Nkai) is the foundation of all security from the dangers of their presence. God additionally causes discipline if a senior condemnations a lesser for some...