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What to See in India

Nagpur, Maharashtra (India) Nagpur is located in central India in the state of Maharashtra. The city stands on the Nag River, hence its name. Nagpur was founded in the early 18th century and immediately became the capital of the Nagpur Marata region. Translated from the Hindi language, the name of the city means “city of… Read More »

India Human Geography

The Indian village, founded on the agricultural economy and craftsmanship, self-sufficient at least at its origins, is a spontaneous germination of a sedentary lifestyle and has kept some traditional characteristics almost unchanged over the millennia. Socially, the village (grama) preserved, until the colonial era, its community organization expressed in the Panchayat, the village council, and… Read More »

India Environment

HYDROGRAPHY A hydrographic organization centered on a few large basins corresponds to these morphological features. The largest is that of the Ganges (Ganga), between the Himalayas and the Central Highlands. The river, whose overall development is 2700 km, originates from the western Himalayas and flows into the plain north of Delhi, followed by its procession… Read More »

India Economy Sectors

FARMING AND FISHING According to Campingship, livestock farming is a very old activity in India, but it makes very limited contributions to the national income. More than the actual scarcity of pastures (permanent meadows and pastures are equal to 2.6% of the territorial surface) it is the deep-rooted religious beliefs that have a decisive influence… Read More »

India Literature in English

From the time of independence, English no longer appears among the official languages ​​of India, nevertheless it is of fundamental importance as a literary means of expression; critics have even coined an ad hoc expression to designate literature written in English by Indian authors: this is the Indo-anglian term, which follows and overturns that of… Read More »

India Politics

According to the constitution passed by the constituent assembly on November 26, 1949 and entered into force on January 26, 1950 (amended several times), India is a federal state (“Union of States”) with a parliamentary-democratic system of government. Union law can intervene in the existence of the federal states (member states). Of this, inter alia.… Read More »

India Overview

India is a country of great contrasts, and a multitude of cultures, languages ​​and religions. It is the world’s second most populous country after China, which is expected to pass in 2030. Capital: New Delhi Biggest city: Mumbai State: Federal Republic Language: hindi, english Religion: Hinduism Surface: 3 287 590 km² Population: 1,276 million (2013)… Read More »

India Population and Language

India is the second most populous country in the world and is expected to move around China in 2030. Population density varies widely – from the Himalayan sparsely populated mountain ranges in the north to the overpopulated West Bengal in the east. Few countries have such a mix of peoples as India. In May 2000,… Read More »

Conflict in Kashmir

The conflict in Kashmir has been the dispute between India and Pakistan for this territory since 1947. In the 1960s, Pakistan ceded some parts of the region to China, increasing tension between countries. In addition, the problem is compounded because both nations have nuclear weapons. Meaning of Kashmir Although there are many theories as to the meaning… Read More »