Incredible India is probably the only nation in which even a tea vendor can rise to the position of the PM, all thanks to its democracy. India is the place of origin of 4 religions, namely- Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism and Jainism. But there is more to Incredible India than meets the eye. India is one of the most ancient civilisations in the world. The helping attitude towards strangers even up to the level of risking our own lives.
While there are a plenty of reasons as to why India is called as Incredible, we have listed down some of the most common facts about India that will make you proud of the country.
Indians taught Yoga and Spirituality to the world. According to a theory, even Jesus found enlightenment in Kashmir (a part of India).
Cheapest things are manufactured in India. We have the cheapest tablet (Akash), cheapest car (Nano) etc. While, our mars mission was cheaper than Hollywood movie ‘gravity’.
India is home to world’s most watched cinema, due to the largest number of movies being produced in a year. You won’t beleive that there are 22 officially recognized languages are there.
DELHI and MUMBAI are the cheapest cities of the world to live in. They have all the resources that is required by a man to survive. Moreover, these cities can also offer you all the luxuries in the world. What else do you expect from a city?
30 languages which are spoken by more than a million native speakers and 122 which are spoken by more than 10,000 people.
By 2030, India will become the world’s third largest with an economy of $30.3 trillion, after China ($73.5 trillion) and US ($38.2 trillion) according to Standard Chartered. India could be 8.4 times bigger than it is today by 2030.
India is one of the world’s largest hubs for diamond and jewellery manufacturing.
In September 2009, India’s ISRO Chandrayaan- I using its Moon Mineralogy Mapper detected water on the moon for the first time.
We taught the world aboue sex. Yes, you heard that right! Kamasutra by Vyatsayan- taught the world about sexual pleasure.
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