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while the indian culture has been influenced by the british, the filipino culture has been more strongly influenced by the spanish and americans. this is also reflected by some external manifestations, like the differences in our clothing and accent when speaking in english.
i'll just add a few more points in addition to what was already provided by others here. there are many similarities between indian culture and filipino culture. below are some of the differences:
1. indian society has more rigid cultural and behavioral structures that prevent the same fluid mobility of class, status, and behavior prevalent among filipinos. among these are differences in religion, tribal groupings, language, gender, caste and status, wealth, education, and perhaps age. even if many indians will not speak about or will deny that age-old caste levels still exist, they themselves seem to behave that it still exists between people of different backgrounds. while some indians are adapting to some changes, many others tend to resist it or will select areas of their culture where they will allow no change to happen, especially to their children or to their personal behavior and attitudes. filipino culture has been broken apart and rebuilt by different foreign influences so many times that pinoys have become adaptable to change and don't get fazed by it. instead of resisting change directly, filipinos try to work around it, wait for the agent of change to ebb, and will try to implement the type of change they would like to have.
2. when it comes to religious practices, both countries have their share of extreme practices. india, however, has had a bloodier history of religious persecution by muslims and hindus against each other and against other religions. what strikes most foreigners as strange is that muslims will eat beef and avoid pork while hindus will do the reverse. filipinos have largely abandoned religious conflicts between sects, denominations, and cults and just allow believers of other religions to act their own way. they will respectfully listen to missionaries of other faiths even if they don't always accept their beliefs but they treat them as guests who deserve to be respected.
3. indians often think the other person they are talking to can easily understand or follow what they are saying, even if they talk so fast, use strange phrases used only in india, and have an accent that is difficult to listen to. filipinos have an inferiority complex with their english so they watch or listen attentively to detect if the person they are talking to can follow their speech. if they see that the foreigner or fellow filipino they are talking to didn't understand, they will spontaneously repeat or rephrase what they just said.
4. indians prefer their own art, their own dances and music, their own food and tastes, and their own manner of dressing. filipinos have been known to adapt very quickly to foreign food, fashion, dances, music, art, and lifestyles, even technology, and can easily mix them up in various ways. filipinos, however, insist that any song, fashion, or invention developed by a fellow filipino should be spectacularly awesome even at the start—this sometimes prevents any promising inventions to advance to the next stage of development.
5. indians are good at physics, math, and engineering sciences that require rigidity and precision of procedure, and their approach to problem solving is to apply a solution that came from the textbook. pinoys tend to be better at biological sciences, medical and health sciences, social and behavioral sciences, and some of the humanities. pinoy technicians may not always be able to explain how they solved a technical problem because their approach to the solution is by feel, oido (by ear), or through pattern recognition.
6. some indians, not all, tend to be pushy or aggressive and will "talk over" the person they are facing. many westerners have been victimized by indians who aggressively sell unneeded computer repair services because of their "overselling." filipinos who want to take advantage of foreigners usually do so in two ways: (1) by either begging for too many gifts, or (2) through armed robbery and kidnapping.