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Who is India?

27 Apr 2019

Who is India, what is it and what does it want to say? Will we never understand it, just as we cannot understand the core of a seed? How can a country have such a magical attraction? Who is India after all? If you want to know India, then listen to his voice. Listen to the sound that comes from inscriptions inscribed on the walls of ancient caves. Listen to a monk or a folk storyteller, a ever-flowing river that has always flowed, or a voice that has been echoing from the huge mountains that have been immortal for years. Look at the prayer engraved on a marble or stone form or lie under a banyan and listen, listen to this India. _______ The name has been given to India, the huge peninsula that originates from a huge mountain range shaped like a sword on the southern border of Tibet in the continent of Asia. Spread over a disorganized quadrilateral-shaped area, this region, which we call India, truly deserves the name of the subcontinent. Ancient geographers used to call India as 'formed from the four-pronged samasthana'. In its south, west and east direction, the Great Ocean and in the north extends the snow-like chain of bow. _____ Some interesting information about India _____ **** Which city of India first got electricity? **** The city of Bangalore in India was first electrified in 1907, this city is not only the first city in India but all over Asia where electricity came first. **** What is the old name of India? **** The old name of India was Aryavarta, which was named by the Airo before the Mahabharata period. **** How many names does India have? **** Currently the recognized name of India is India, India, Hindustan, in which India and India are officially used, Hindustan is known as a sentiment of the country of India.

Land and location

India is fortunate to have one of the most extensive and fertile lands in the world, which is made up of alluvial soil brought by silt rivers as silt. The Great Plains region of North India, situated to the south of the Himalayas, consists of the Indus Basin, the Ganges-Brahmaputra Basin and the tributaries of these dominant river systems. ______ To the south of the Great Plains of North India is the Great Plateau of Peninsular India, which is divided into two parts i.e. the Malwa Plateau and the Deccan Plateau. The Malwa plateau is bounded by the Aravalli hills from the northwest and the Vindhyas in the south, forming half the northern part of the peninsula. Chhota Nagpur is the northeastern part of this plateau and is the most mineral rich state of India. The Narmada River valley forms the southern boundary of this plateau. The Deccan Plateau stretches from the Satpura hills in the north to Kanyakumari in the south. _____ About half of the western part of India is a very vast land which is divided into two separate units from the Aravalli hills. The area on the west side of Aravalli includes the Thar Desert which is made up of sand and is blocked by waterless valleys and rocky hills. This area is also spread far and wide in Pakistan. To the east of this range is the state of Gujarat, which is one of the most prosperous states in India. _____

Narrative ________ Historically, the vast tract of land which we call India, was known as the land of the famous King Bharat according to the year of India or the Puranas. The region was part of a larger area called Jambu Island, the innermost part of the seven continents into which the earth was divided, according to Hindu creationists. ____ The Greeks gave the country the name 'India'. This corresponds to the ‘hi-na-do’ of the old Persian inscriptions. Like the names 'Sapta Sindhava' and 'Hapta Hindu' that Vedas and Vedinand gave to this Arya country. The name came from the Great Indus River which is the biggest feature of this subcontinent and it nurtured the oldest civilizations. The Indus, rising from a height of 16,000 feet from southwestern Tibet, enters Indian territory near Leh in Ladakh. ______ The total drainage area of ​​this river is about 4,50,000 square miles, of which 1,75,000 square miles lie in the Himalayan hills and its foothills. Industrial Area ______ Indian industrial policy can be broadly divided into two phases. Before 1991, there was a need for the development of the field of machinery manufacturing involving economic skills. The second phase focused on preserving the domestic market. ________ In 1991, India opened up its industrial area to more and more domestic and international competition. The financial system was strengthened and India developed well. In the last few years, India has emerged as a major destination for investors from developed countries. _______ Infrastructure facility support has also been provided. Our country has the largest railway network in Asia and the second largest in the world under a single management. Developmental changes are taking place due to roads to the far corners of the country. About 85 percent of the villages have been electrified and grids have been created for transmission and distribution of electricity across the country.