The diversity of culture in India makes it a continent in itself. The people of India belong to a variety of ethnicity, religion, communities, and cultures. Most states differ from one another in language, culture, cuisine, clothing, literary style, architecture, music, and festivities. India is the birthplace of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, and other religions. The best way to understand the cultural diversity is by interacting with people of different communities and faiths. Meet the nomadic Pashmina goat herders of Ladakh, the camel herder of Gujarat, the Naga warriors of Nagaland or the Dongria Kondhs of Odisha. Each community has their way of life, folklore, festivals, and clothing.