Culture is a composite structure of the social behaviour of a people taken together. This structure is made of thousands and thousands of infinitesimal components. Culture has thus a kaleidoscopic presentation. All the inputs are the contributions of the people; they are organized and incorporated by them into their daily life. Thus these diverse facts find themselves assembled together into one whole called 'culture'.

The culture of a country attains its dimension in reference to the resources of that country. This factor decides the geophysical phenomena and the course of history too. Thus each country of the world has its own historical phases blended with the environmental influences. Culture is thus closely wedded to physical areas as American culture, European culture or Indian culture; it is the product of languages like the Tamil culture, the Dravidian culture and the English culture; it is localised as rural cultue or urban culture; it is demographic as aboriginal culture, pastoral culture, industrial culture, mass culture et cetera.

Culture is a unique blend of traditional foods to fast foods, from ancient temple architecture to modern high-rises and from classical music and dance to jazz and hip - hop to the growing nightlife in a city.

Thus when we generalise the definition of culture we find culture as the sum total of a life experience commonly shared by the society.