10 Interesting facts about India

If you look into India’s history you will
see that India is filled with many
interesting facts. Indians have always
been
intelligent and creative. It is one of the
oldest countries in the world.
India is a land where people from
different cultures and religious
backgrounds live together as a nation.

Indian people are found to be very
friendly and caring. They like spending
time with their families.
Many different languages are spoken in
India but still one can communicate with
people through the national language
called Hindi.

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10 Interesting facts about India :

»The famous board game, called Chess,
was invented in India.

»In India’s 100,000 years of history, it has
never invaded any other country.

»India is the 7th largest country in the
world, the largest democracy and one of
the oldest civilizations.

»India was one of the richest countries in
the world before the British invasion in
17th century.

»The value of “pi” used in mathematics
was first calculated by the Indian
mathematician Budhayana in 6th
century.

»India is one of the largest exporter of
computer software products. It exports
software to over 90 countries.

»India is home to the world’s largest
pilgrimage destination called the Vishnu
Temple. The temple is located in the city
of Tirupati. About an average of 30,000
people visit this temple donating about
$6 million US dollars, everyday.

»India originated Yoga about 5,000 years
ago.

»India has the most number of mosques.
It has 300,000 mosques which is much
more than the Muslim world.

»Christians and Jews have been living in
India since 52 A.D. and 200 B.C.
respectively.

Jai Hind.

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simply fun loving guy n...love to travel,read,n photography i just love that.doing "civil engineering" n its better than other rude engineering.

2 responses »

  1. timruane24 says:

    My daughter was in India two summers ago. She taught and traveled and loved it.

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