Overview of India

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Table of contentsIntroducionFacts about IndiaIndian food cultureThe land of thousands of spicesEating in harmonyWomen's roleWhere to visit in IndiaConclusionsBibliographyIntroductionThis project is about India. First there are some facts about the country. There's some specific information about the location of the country. Then there is some information about the world's second largest number of inhabitants and their religions. India's natural resources lean on energy-providing materials such as coal and ground gas.

Our main focus was on Indian food culture which is really because we are studying in the Programme in home economics and we are all interested in their spices and ways of making food. In the Indian food culture chapter you'll learn about their eating habits, the spices, the various food they provide and of course about their food culture on whole. The next chapter has a close link to this one because it tells what women do in various Indian households and kitchens.

The last chapter is about India's sights and activities. One of the most famous buildings in the world, Taj Mahal, can be found in India, in the city of Agra. There are also a lot of other astonishing things you might want to know more about. We have also written about the most important festivals being held in India. If one's ever going there, during one of these festivals might not be a bad idea at all.

Facts about IndiaIndia, officially Known as Republic of India (In Hindi Known as Bharat or Hindustan), is a country in southern Asia. It is bounded on the north by Afghanistan, China, Nepal, and Bhutan; on the east by Bangladesh, Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), and the Bay of Bengal; on the south by the Palk Strait and the Gulf of Mannar (which separates it from Sri Lanka) and...