The expansion of the Indosphere had a cultural influence on greater India. As Hinduism was transmitted in southeast Asia and the silk road transmission of Buddhism finally lead to the Indianization of Southeast Asia. This was possible through the formation of non-Indian southeast Asian native Indianized kingdoms. They have accepted and adopted the language in a Sanskritized form including the honorific titles naming of people places, and mottos of organizations as well as the naming of educational institutions as a symbol former adoption of the Indian architecture, martial arts, Indian music, and dance. also, the clothing and cuisine of the Indian traditions also have been adopted as a part of the process which had been aided by the historic expansion of the Indian diaspora which was continuous.