Tran Minh Duc


India is a South Asian country with a land area of 3,287,590 km2, the world's second-largest population, and the world's seventh-largest economy in nominal GDP (2016). More than 2000 years ago, the Southeast Asian native culture class of Vietnam, alongside the Chinese cultural mainstream, is the bold mark of Indian culture. Since the Cold War, India has continued to advance its policy toward the East through diplomatic relations, and Vietnam is one of the countries with which India has established early diplomatic relations. The continuous exchange and cooperation from the past to the present has helped India to accompany Vietnam in many different areas, ranging from culture, painting, art, architecture, religion, and so on, to trade, education, and science.


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India, multiculturalism, cultural flow, History of Vietnam, cultural acculturation, indigenous culture

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