I have read that many of the conservative culture of India was basicly passed down by the British. For example Hinduism is not against sex nor against homosexuals but many say that the reason why Hindu Indians seem like they are is because of the British used to think this back when the nation was Christian. Is this true and what other big influences did Britian have on India's culture? BTW, I'm glad though that they did not have the power to convert all hindus to christian. If you look at Africa and China, all the parts that were colonized had religions that could not stand up to Christianity. I think Hinduism surviving the Christian imperialism is a big achievement and not just another "false" religion as they think (in fact Hinduism seems more true).