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COMM 120Informative speech Outline on Indian Culture
Title:Indian CultureGeneral Purpose:To InformSpecific Purpose:To inform my audience about widely unknown, yet incredibly historic IndianCulture and what it is like today.Central Idea:Family customs and traditions, Marriages, and language.IntroductionI.“Namaste”a.Does anyone understand what I said?b.I greeted you in Indian. The same word can also be used to say good-byec.It means I bow to you.II. Have you ever been watching T.V. and found documentary on the Indian culture on thechannel? Do you just skip it because you are not interested in other cultures? If you do so thenyou have missed a lot of interesting information about this fascinating culture. Because I amfrom that country with diverse cultures, where every state has their own culture, traditions andlanguage.III. Similarly, to the way Indians can use one word in a variety of meanings, the diversity oflife is a hallmark of the Indian culture. I was born and brought up with Indian culture and Iwould like to share my experience.
IV. I would like to share with you a glimpse of India's diversity of life by looking at its familycustoms and traditions, Marriages and language.