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10 Things that make India a famous country in the world

India is a glorious country, a mystic land of endless languages and tasty food.It is also a country which has one the richest and most vivid history and heritage. It is the seventh largest country in the world in terms of area and the largest democracy in the world. We are presenting  the top 10 things that India is famous for, throughout the world.

Cricket

sachin-retirementIt is said that cricket in India is not a game its a religion. Indians are fanatic when it comes to this sport. India has seen some of the best cricketers of the cricket world. The living legend Sachin Tendulkar is the greatest example. Be it the world cup of 1983 or the world cup 2011 India showed best of the sport preformences  If we consider cricketers like Kapil Dev , Rahul Dravid , Mohammad Azharuddin etc they have raised the bar of Indian cricket to the status that it enjoys today. Indian cricket is known throughout the world and some of the Indian cricketers are a part of the hall of fame. India is truly known for the game of cricket.

Indian Railways

Golden-chariotIndia has one of the oldest and most widespread railway systems in the world. Spanning across the country in all directions, the Indian Railways has trains connecting almost all the major cities in different cities to each other. The country has city-wide train system like the Delhi Metro as well. Every day, about 23 million people every year, about 1050.18 tons of freight are transported by the railway network; making it the world’s busiest. The intricately planned railway lines and train schedules is mesmerizing to everyone, including tourists and other people who visit the country.

Festivals of India

Holi, The Festival of Colors, IndiaIndia celebrates more festivals than probably any other nation in the world. Being a secular nation, India celebrates the festivals of all religions and that too with a lot of enthusiasm. Some of the more popular festivals include Holi, Diwali, Rakshbandhan, Dussehra, Durga Puja, Christmas, Gurupurab, Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Zuha. Indians are really serious when it comes to preparations for a festival and that can be seen in the way they celebrate: with open hearts and wide smiles. People travel from various nations across the globe to join in and experience the celebration of the different Indian festivals.

Population

India-PopulationIndia is currently the second most populous country in the world and is giving tough competition to the first. With a population of 1.2 billion, it makes up for about a seventh of the world’s entire population. There are a lot of problems that are caused by such a large population in India. Diseases, over utilization of resources, food shortage and poverty are some of them. However, it is also the reason that India has one of the cheapest and most skilled labor forces. It still amazes a lot of people how an administration is able to govern so many people at a time.

Indian Food and Spices

Indian FoodIndian food is loved by most people across the globe. Food from various regions is popular in many nations. Every state in India has its own signature recipes which have been passed on from generation to another, with subtle improvisations. North Indian food is the most popular in other nations. The one common people tend to face with Indian food is the spiciness aspect of it. The variety seen in Indian cuisine is unparalleled and unmatched by any other cuisine. Not to mention why national dish of England is “Curry”. We are all aware of this that the Britishers came to India for its spices. Since ancient times India has had the best spices in the world which had very good export potential. India is one of those counties which saw the use of herbs as medicines in the early days. India today exports a lot of spices of good quality. These have a great demand in countries like China, Singapore ,USA etc. These spices are useful in many cuisines in different parts of the world. India surely has been known and is still popular for these exotic spices.

Indians Invented Mathematics

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Albert Einstein once said “We owe a lot to Indians who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made”. Famous Indian mathematicians including Aryabhatta and Ramanujam made some of the most important and essential contributions to mathematics, including giving the world the concept of ‘zero’ without which the world simply would not have advanced. These contributions are admired and respected by scientists and mathematicians across the globe. Ask yourself this: Can you imagine a world without ‘zero’?`

Indian Weddings

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India is one of the most religiously diverse nations in the world, with some of the most deeply religious societies and cultures. Religion plays a central and definitive role in the life of many of its people.
First and the most important reason you need to understand that we INDIANS believe marriage is a sacred bond. It’s not just the union of two people but of their family also. Indian have a very less rate of divorce because of the upbringing children. And the most important belief  we have is the guest attending the wedding are at most important to us because we believe that their blessing are very important that’s why we take utmost care that we invite most of the people we know including them those we haven’t meant for many years. Then every Indian dad has a belief that my daughters/son should be the best and the celebration should be somewhat like larger than life thing.

The Large number of Indian Ceremony  at Indian wedding.

  1. Tilak Ceremony: One of initial wedding ceremonies in India is the Tilak ceremony. It was initially held one month before the actual wedding day, but with changing times people have become quite flexible. 
  2. Engagement Ceremony: Indian weddings are known for their elaborate ceremonies and opulent celebrations. Besides, they are held in a very traditional manner, commemorating numerous rituals as per the ancient Vedic era.
  3. Sangeet Ceremony: Sangeet ceremony as the name suggests is all about dance and music. It is one of the most enjoyable ceremonies before the wedding and is exclusively for women. 
  4. Mehndi Ceremony: Mehndi is yet another traditional yet exciting pre wedding ceremony. In India, a lot of emphasis is given on customs and rituals. Indian people are ardent lovers of beauty and elegance.
  5. Var Mala Ceremony: Var Mala ceremony is an important main wedding day ceremony. It is also known as Jaimala and basically involves exchange of garlands between the bride and the groom.
  6. Mandap Ceremony: Mandap ceremony holds utmost importance on the day of the wedding. This is because all the significant rituals are performed during the mandap ceremony.
  7. Vidai Ceremony: Practically everyone dreams of getting married someday to someone. After an individual attains maturity the wait for that perfect individual starts. Some people are lucky to be blessed by the feeling of love.
  8. Reception Ceremony: Indian weddings have a charm of their own. As per the tradition the wedding is primarily organized by the bride’s family, however, the reception might be an exception.

Kashmir – ( Heaven on Earth)

KashmirKashmir is a beautiful state situated in the Northern part of the country. It is a beautiful place and is considered as heaven on Earth. It got the snow clad peaks that shine in the sun with all their pride. The crystal clear rivers flowing from the Himalayas are a breath taking view. The beautiful Kashmir valley is a blissful sight. Not only it offers tourists a life time experience but also has many devotional areas. Mt. Everest the highest peak in the world is accessible from the state. India gets a lot of tourism in the state of Kashmir because it is renowned worldwide for its beauty

Taj Mahal – Wonder Taj Mahal

The country is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World- Taj Mahal. Located in Agra, near the country’s capital New Delhi, Taj Mahal is one the most beautifully designed and constructed monuments in the world. It was built in the seventeenth century by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his wife, Mumtaz. It has been called “the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage” by UNESCO. The white monument consists of four long pillars or minars at the four corners of a dome which is actually the tomb and final resting place of Mumtaz Mahal.

Bollywood – Film Industry

sholay-movie-wallpaper48897Bollywood is the sobriquet for the Hindi language film industry, based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Bollywood is one of the largest film producers in India and one of the largest centers of film production in the world.It is more formally referred to as Hindi cinema.Bollywood is classified as the biggest movie industry in the world in terms of amount of people employed and number of films produced.In just 2011 alone, over 3.5 billion tickets were sold across the globe, which in comparison, 900,000 tickets more than Hollywood. Also in comparison, Bollywood makes approximately 1041 films yearly, as opposed to less than 500 films made by Hollywood yearly.

The most well known thing about India is none other than our very own film industry Bollywood. It is indeed one of the biggest film industry of the world. Situated in the city of Mumbai it is an attraction for millions of people who wish to build a career in acting. Amitabh Bachchan is a legend and is famous all over the world for his excellent work in movies. Such is the excellence of Bollywood actors that in the recent times many Indian stars have been offered roles in Hollywood flicks. India truly stands out with Bollywood.

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