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India, world’s most populous democratic country, seventh largest country in the world, second most populous country behind China, is one of the major countries in South Asia. It is surrounded by Indian Ocean on its South, Bay of Bengal on its south East, Arabian Sea on South West; it shares its western border with Pakistan, which was a part of India till 1947, north east borders with Nepal, China and Bhutan and Eastern borders with Bangladesh and Burma. India is in very close vicinity with Sri Lanka and Maldives in the Indian Ocean while one of the union territories of India, Andaman and Nicobar Islands share marine border with Indonesia and Thailand. India also called as Bharat or land of Indus was home to the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, India has been the birth land of four of the religions of the world which are Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism and Buddhism. Several other religions such as Islam, Christianity and Judaism are said to arrive in India in 1st Millennium CE and helped massively in shaping the diverse culture of India.

India has a very rich history dating back to the times of Indus valley civilization. The medieval period is defined by provincial empires and cultural diversity. 6th and 7th centuries experienced first of the devotional hymns written in Tamil language. This led to the renaissance of Hinduism as well as development of modern languages of Indian subcontinent. This is the time when India underwent urbanization as temple towns of different sizes began to emerge everywhere. The 16th century marked the arrival of Early Modern India and Mughals who, in a way, transformed India completely. The Mughals paved way for better economic policies which helped the farmers to participate in larger markets. This commercial expansion gave rise to a new kind of India which was able to control its financial affairs easily even after the disintegration of Mughal empire.

The end of Mughals marked the beginning of the rule of East India Company which was understood as the start of Modern India. Despite the British rule, India began to see development in different spheres just like the other western countries. Until 1947 the British Rule continued to govern India after which India started to evolve as a developing country on its own. India is country with a culture more than 4500 years old. The specialty of Indian culture is that it differs from place to place and is a mixture of several cultures. Indian art, architecture, literature, society, clothing and sport have made a great mark of it all across the globe. India is a secular country and follows zero tolerance policy towards every religion and is well renowned in the world for its religious diversity with Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Christianity and Jainism being its major religions.

India is a land of religions and the citizens practice and follow which ever religion they wish with utmost peace, respect and harmony for their as well as the other religion. This respect and harmony can be seen in the different festivals celebrated by different religions. India is known as the land of festivals as each and every month there are numerous festivals lined up of different religions. Hinduism has Holi, Deepawali, Dussehra, etc whereas Islam celebrates Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-ul-Zuha, etc. Christianity celebrates Christmas which marks the birth of Jesus Christ and Sikhs celebrate events that are mostly centered on lives of Sikh Gurus and martyrs. You can clearly see the harmony and love with which each and every Indian celebrate its own festival as well as others’ as most of the Indian festivals share a universal message of brotherhood and spreading of love between each other.

Much of India’s arts and architecture, including South Indian architecture and Mughal architecture, has a stamp of ancient Indian traditions and culture. Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the masterpieces of Indian arts and architecture. Indian literature has also been a proud part of India’s culture as India is a birth land of many of the exemplary epic creations such as Ramayana and Mahabharata. Indian film industry produces most watched cinema of the World and its varied cinema has been shaping the Indian culture ever since its inception.

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