Diaspora and Global Culture: Film, Literature, Food and Religion

Author Name

Jayantilal Natvarlal Rathod

Author Address

Designation : Ph.D. Research Scholar, Dept. of Translation Technology @ Translation Studies, MGAHV, Wardha – 442 005, Maharashtra, INDIA E-mail : [email protected]


Diaspora Indenture Global Migration Rethinking Skills Knowledge Culture Traditions Rituals Literature Transculturization Religion Food


Multiculturalism is the result of the diaspora movement. It is the result of the mass movement of the population. It has forced the mass movement of the population to save the culture, religion, traditions. rituals of the ancient traditions. The same could be inheritage of their generations to come. Diaspora movement can be the result of the victimization of external aggretion on the culture and religion. The word ‘Dia’ and ‘Sperien’ are the Greek words. Diaspora means the process of saw the seeds, scatering and spreading the seeds. Originally, the words were first time in the history was narrated for the expulzion of Jews from Bebilonia in B.C.586.

There has been no. of reasons for the diaspora movement in all the continents. To day, the living and working conditions are better and new technology are comfortable to have excellent quality and quantity of production. Globalization has bought new paradigm for socio-cultural, political and economic conditions heading to the new horizons of unexpected and unexplored dynamics of challenges and changes. That has become a matter of both challenge and opportunity for the home and host countries.

The films are the reflections of the society, culture, religeous beliefs, food habits, rituals, dressing sense and the traditions of the heritage. The literature of the society is a fusion of culture, religion, food, rituals and the folk lore and folk songs and culture. The mother tounge, the first language of a infant manages to make alive the culture and the traditions. The 1st generation keeps alive the total culture of the home in the host country and loves the home country, but the 2nd generation has a bit less love for the parents’ home country, because their home land is the host land of parents. They live their home land [parents’ host land]. The 3rd generation total forget their grandparents home land.


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