Culture is used to be an indispensable part of any speech community or society which reflects both of its material and non-material norms and values either in implicit or in explicit way to the outer world. It is hard to know the true fundamental nature and the cultural variation of any culture until you would not be an active participant. The United States has a sound culture and the most eminent part of U.S which I am fervent to experience is its multi-cultural perspective. This very basic part of the U.S culture personifies the fact that no culture is either superior or inferior in the premises of multi-cultural perspective.
The reason why I am so enthusiastic to experience this very basic part of the U.S culture is to observe it practical essence in true sense so my semantic knowledge would get its pragmatic reality. Because U.S is the hub of multi-ethnic culture and it would not demoralize any other culture in its premises. I will better have visual familiarity with the basic philosophy of multiculturalism if I will be active participant and which is why, I am so curious to experience the diversity of U.S culture and its respect given to the rest of the cultures in its frame. Being a participant observer I would be able to actively participate and deepen my socio-cultural knowledge and it will also abet me to prop up my culture in the cosmic and energetic culture of U.S.
There is another essential aspect of US culture and that is its cast-off history in various eras from the Dark Ages to Renaissance and then to the present age of Post Modern World. Every culture has a Dark Age and used to gone through its Renaissance, but the way US culture has progressed is tremendously commendable. The culture also signifies the civilization of that speech community too, and being the super power, US has a classy and enlightened culture which has not underestimated any other culture in its own frame of cultivation. Such civilized US culture has given a big breathing space to the concept of multi-culturalismwhich defines that no culture is inferior or superior.
I hope by virtue of this program I would definitely experience the diversity of a civilized culture and would have a visual comparison of the strong US culture to my native Indus valley civilization. Moreover, I would like to mention here that every culture in its own regard posses some misconceptions about the other cultures and my participation in this program could be fruitful in minimizing those misconceptions between both of the two respected cultures and bring a cultural reconciliation as much as I can do. This is why I am so eager to experience the two essential elements of US culture; the multi-culturalism and its diversification in a chronological manner.