Interesting Facts about India

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What is India?

India is the seventh-largest country in the world by area ( 3,287,590 sq km), India is the largest democracy ( government by the UK is) in the world.  India is mainly an agricultural country, though it also has a large iron and steel industry and produces every type of manufactured goods. India  lies in south Asia between Pakistan, China, and Nepal. To the north, it is bordered by the worlds’s highest mountain chain. India is in southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal , between Burma and Pakistan.

The capital of India is New Delhi, and the country largest cities are Mumbai (formerly Bombay), Delhi and Kolkata ( formerly Calcutta).



 The population of India is 133.92 crores (2017) making it the second-most populous country after China. It is more than four times the population of the united states through its area is only about one-third.


The principal official language of the Republic of India is standard Hindi, while English is the secondary official language. The constitution of India states that “ The official language of the Union shall be Hindi in Devnagari script. “ Neither the Constitution of India nor Indian law specifies a  national language, a position supported by a High court ruling. However, languages listed in the eighth schedule of the Indian Constitution are sometimes referred to, without legal standing, as the national languages of India.


The two main religions are Hinduism (80%) and Muslim religion (10%) but there are also small numbers of Buddhists, Christians, Sikhs, Parsees, and Jains.


Federal Republic:  A country that is governed by elected representatives and by an elected leader ( such as president) rather than by a King or Queen.
There is a divison of powers between the federal government and the individual subdivisions.

Head of the state

We call president as our head of state and our head of state is Ram Nath Kovind.

Head of the government

 We call Prime Minister as the head of the Government. The  Prime minister of India is Narendra Modi.

Madhopatti is called the “ officer’s Village of India”
A small village in the Jaunpur district of Uttar Pradesh, Madhopatti has created by producing the most number of IAS officers. With about 75 households, it has given 47 officers to Indian administration. Not just that, many from the same village have made their careers by joining prestigious organizations like ISRO, Bhabha Atomic Research center and World.

Vishnu temple of Tirupathi  

The Vishnu temple in the city of Tirupathi built in the 10th century, is the world,s largest religious pilgrimage destination. Larger than either Rome or Mecca, an average of 30,000 visitors donate $6 million to the temple every day

Gahmar village known by the home of soldiers

Gahmar is the Village in India, located in the Ghazipur district in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is India’s one of the largest villages and pride itself the “the home of soldiers”.  Every second household in Ghahmar has a military connection. Some have as many as six members serving the nation in over 3 generations.

India has a village called

Shiv Nagar in Muzzafarnagar, Uttar Pradesh was renamed “ Nagar” after, the e-commerce company (snapdeal ) installed 15 handpumps in the village so that the villagers wouldn't have to walk for miles to fetch water.

Illegal for foreigners

It’s illegal foreigners to take India currency out of India. If you are NRI so you can take 10000 out of India.

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