Introduction of the history, politics, geography, economy of India

Introduction of the history, politics, geography, economy of India

The history of India :

The Indian civilization is one of the world's four major ancient civilizations, and has been a history of about 5000 years. From northwest of the Aryan tribes invaded here in 1500 BC; They created a classic and the combination of the local people of Vedic culture. Since then, the Arabs in the 8th century BC invaded the land, then the arrival of a 12th century Turks, as well as the European merchants arrived late 15th century.
After defeated local Mughal empire, Britain in the 19th century successfully obtained control across India, only a handful of areas ruled by Portugal and France. By Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru lead nonviolent resistance movement finally for India in 1947 to win full independence. Eventually the subcontinent was divided into "secular" India and smaller Pakistan Muslim countries.
Although India's economic achievements remarkable, she still faces many challenges, such as with Pakistan on the Kashmir territorial conflicts, population expansion, environmental destruction, poverty, and of the country's ethnic and religious conflict.


history of India

The politics of India :

India is a federal republic, the head of state is the President of India, but its role is symbolic. Country's President and vice President term of five years, indirectly elected by a special election. Vice President when the President cannot wield power, does not automatically take over as President.

The geography of India :

India is located in the Indian subcontinent, mainly consists of three parts: in the north of the Himalayas( including India's highest peak 8598 meters above sea level Cannes ZhangJiaFeng), Indo - Gangetic Plain and the southern Deccan plateau.

Several rivers originate in or through India, such as the Ganges, Brahmaputra River, the Vamuna River, Godavari and Krishna River. A small section is located in the Indian side of the Indus river upstream. India is a tropical monsoon climate.

The economy of India :

India's economy is in primarily of the traditional farming, modern agriculture, handicraft industry, modern industry and its supporting industries. The country still has a quarter of the population cannot meet the food and clothing. India has relatively abundant foreign currency reserves, and India's currency exchange rate stability.


India's manufacturing exports have started to slide, in many parts of the electricity supply throughout the country is still insufficient. India has a lot of proficient in English with good education, is also a major exporter of computer software service and a large number of software engineer's home country.

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