All communication is cultural-it draws on ways we have learned to speak and give nonverbal messages. We do not always communicate the same way from day to day, Since factors like context, individual personality and mood interact with the variety of cultural influences we have internalized that influence our choice.
Communication is interactive, so an important influence on its effectiveness is our relations him with others.The states of Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat are varied and distinct.Goa has a Latin aura due to centuries of Portuguese rule. The architecture and cuisine of Goa is a unique blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures.
Maharashtrian culture derives from the ancient Indo-Aryan Vedic culture influenced deeply by the Maratha Empire and British colonial rule. Maharashtrians take great pride in the Maratha Empire, and many places in Maharashtra are named after the founder of the Empire, Shivaji. Marathi literature and cinema are popular in the state as well as across India.
Gujarati culture is a blend of Hindu and Jain traditions. It has also been influenced by the Parsis, who migrated to Gujarat from Iran about 1000 years ago. Recently events like Rann Utsav, International Kite Festival and Global Garba festivals have been started to showcase its culture internationally.
India’s International language is English therefore most of the communication takes a place in English But India’s national language is Hindi, due to that some part of communication also takes place in Hindi language. Now if we talk about East India their most of the formal communication is in English language and their informal communication is in their own motherland language,
- Hindi language in Hindi,
- Marathi language in Maharashtra,
- English language in Goa.
Time and time again, people have been able to exercise their freedom of choice and expression upon communicating with each other, and because of this there is no doubt that we would be able to definitely say that there is power in these processes. Add to the mix the excellent decision-making capabilities of every individual in the business and the formula for success is at hand.
The results of the analysis regarding the definitions of “power” in the context of communication indicated very significant effects, even amidst the threats of unrest. Therefore, we could conclude that processes of communication, both formal and informal, within organizations can definitely be processes of power, and it could be answered accordingly by all the people concerned.
The review of the individual’s freedom of choice and expression as well as his / her decision-making capabilities and resources in the communications process revealed very little inconsistencies regarding the capability to find an answer to the notion being discussed. This is coherent with their traditional inside-out approach. However, the need to reconcile both the inside-out and outside-in approaches becomes imperative now for every individual concerned.