Any culture whose values and lifestyles are opposed to those of the establishedmainstreamculture, especially to western culture (noun) कोई भी संस्कृति जिसके मूल्य और जीवन शैली स्थापित मुख्यधारा की संस्कृति के विरोध में हैं, खासकर पश्चिमी संस्कृति के लिए
Examples of word counterculture
An extension of this argument can probably be made to reference Goffman's Counterculture Through the Ages, especially in light of Douglas Rushkoff's argument against the term counterculture ...
I've always hated the term counterculture because it implies that we're the ones who are against culture, when it's really the authoritarian overculture that's so deadset against the fecund fertility of a living culture... but I should think a little more thoroughly because at this point this sentence feels like half-baked and warmed-over Hegel.
Theodore Roszak, the author, scholar and critic who brought the term "counterculture" into the mainstream as he documented the social upheavals of the 1960s, has died.
It's counterculture from the Emo fad and the early days of Radiohead.
After surviving two heart surgeries, a heart attack, and addictions to cocaine, Vicodin, and red wine, and outliving many of his peers in counterculture comedy, George Carlin died yesterday at the age of 71.
A large and organized enough counterculture is as likely as not to establish a legal system that supercedes the host nation and is more agreeable to their ideals.
The historical record of the counterculture is one of aspiration to cultivate the best in human beings, but it is also a record of the sordid deeds and speech-acts that sometimes followed in the wake of those aspirations.