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Cultural Regions of the World | Geography Optional UPSC

In this video the various concepts related to the Cultural Regions of the World has been discussed ; which is part of PERSPECTIVES IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY for UPSC – Geography Optional, as well as beneficial for other geography students.

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15 responses on "Cultural Regions of the World | Geography Optional UPSC"

  1. Sir cultural regions and cultural realms are same thing ?

  2. culture is a wider term which develop with development or cultivate with civilization over long period of time. and social refer to following various aspects of a culture. looking for more detailed videos

  3. It is a very informative and helpful video. Thank you sir.

  4. Session was nice and helpful
    Thank you

  5. Thnku so much sir…for the valuable information ✨

  6. Sir, for me, 'Culture' can be an isolated or an integrated concept with a heterogenous amalgam of people, albeit with predominantly homogenous attributes. A space/region may not necessarily have the same culture. The cultivation of various practices by man depend on his/her aspirations in the milieu, eg, music, dance, literature, poetry or even theology for that matter.) While pre-historic cave paintings, like that of Bhimbedka, could be considered an epitome of 'historical geography' for Kantians, the portrait artists of today can be attributed to the 'mind-maps' of Hagettians as a Neo-Liberal or Humanistic Approach. Both being different facets of the same 'culture', i.e. ART that transgressed across spatial and temporal lines.  However, being social is a broader connotation whereby a society with shared beliefs/values/faith juxtapose to be called a connected landscape with it's distinct identity by which it is recognized by rest of the world. However, both equally add value to the scope of possibilism in Human Geography, hitherto evolving.

  7. culture is a group of same thoughts or same minded people's…….. which are carried their thoughts….
    and social means so many groups of variable thoughts ….
    they comes togeather for development their place or country…

  8. Culture refers to a set of beliefs , practices, learned behaviour and moral values that are passed on from one generation to other while society means an interdependent group of people who live together in a particular region and are associated with one another 👍

  9. ❤️❤️❤️❤️🙏🏻🥰

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