Individual identity is the first a person gets before attaining a collective group identity, because when a person is born, he is attached to the identity given by his parents which in turn comes from the cultural values they have been following. This identity is the most important one for an individual because it is the first to be gained in a civilized world. When the person grows up, the attachment to an identity becomes more and more stringent and strong as his everyday activities are related to what he is being taught and made to learn. This identity is the natural gain of a person. However, it is to be seen that if a person is born in a civilised world, he is bound to be attached to some kind of identity as his parents are the ones who will instil that identity in him, gaining which the person will attach himself to it and make it his own and personal identity. Searching of an identity from a person who is already possessed of a birth given identity comes when the level of maturity grows and there is a dire need to be something though his inherent desires that develop along the growth path. Gender is a bog differentiator in determining ones’ identity. If a woman is being born in a civilized world, she would be made to grow in a way which would resemble the women in their family and would be made to learn all the nitty-gritties of what a woman of that particular country or a religious background would conduct.