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What is art & Culture

Tushar Ghodake
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Can any body tell me the difference between arts and culture.

Posted On : 5/13/2010 1:01:46 AM

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Arts denote the conscious use of skill and creative imagination, especially in the production of aesthetic objects. Arts manifest skills acquired by experience, study or observation. In fine, arts are the decorative or illustrative elements found in any form. Culture, on the other hand, expresses the customary beliefs, social forms etc. of a racial, religious or social group. Art has no moral but itself is a moral. Culture tends to haunt for moral.

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The art and culture play an important role in the development of any nation. It represents the shared values, goals and practices. Culture and creativity manifest themselves in almost all economic, social and other activities. Our country India is symbolized by the plurality of its culture. India has one of the world`s largest collections of art and paintings.

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