1.324 billion people, 81,000 species of fauna, 47,000 species of flora, 1652 languages, 28 states, 9 religions, 7 union territories.
The Great Himalayas guarding the north, the dense forests on the east, the vast and arid deserts of the west, the coastline along the peninsula, the fertile plains and innumerable rivers.
India is blessed with best geography. Each geographical landscape has its own flora, fauna and climatic conditions. India is home to 35 biodiversity hotspots. More than the scenic or cultural exquisiteness of India, there are various advancements taking place in fields like science, space, medicine and information technology.
From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, there is a wide variation in food, clothing, culture, language and people themselves. Irrespective of the place, one is sure to experience countless mouth-watering delicacies, colorful, vibrant festivals and unique traditions that observe.
India is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World – the Taj Mahal. Along with this monument of love, there are many caves, shrines, sculptures, forts, primitive and advanced cities scattered on the map of India.
India is the birthplace of religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Rishikesh, situated on the banks of the Holy river Ganga, is known to be the yoga capital of the world. A wide range of activities are available here to instil a sense of spirituality.
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