Culture can be art or drama, or pottery, or jewelry, or cuisine of a certain people or country. Culture also refers to a person's education, and whether they have refined tastes or not. Literature speaks of culture. Culture is like the personality of a place. Culture is more specifically the traditions of a people, race, or country. Superstitions, beliefs, habits, and other feelings can depend on your culture. If a Hindu believes a cow is sacred, then a man from Texas thinks the same cow would look good on his family's dinner table; this is a major difference in culture between Hindus and Texans. In Thailand, parents do not let strangers touch the tops of their babies heads. In the USA, it is common to see a person caress a baby by stroking their head or hair. This is how the two cultures differ.