India Volume 1, Issue 1
April 30 , 2013
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Food / Daily Life
Games Of India : Archery Boat Race Insuknawr Inbuan Yubee—Lakpee Dhopkhel
All Indian Families are the most important social unit . There is a Strong preference for extended families , consisting of two or more married couples , who share finances and a common kitchen . India cuisines nature to India . Given the range of diversity of soil type , climate and occupations , these cuisines vary significantly from each other and use locally available spices , herbs , meat, vegetables and fruits . India food is heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices .
Inside this issue: India food
Sports in India
The history of sports in India dates back to the Vedic era . Physical culture in ancient India was fed by a powerful fuel . Popular Sports In India is : Lawn Tennis , Kho Kho , Kabaddi , Hockey , Golf , And Cricket . Field Hockey is considered the national sport in India , and the country has won eight Olympic gold medals in
Field Hockey , thought cricket is the most popular sport . Field hockey was considered the most national game of India ,but the government recently denied it . Cricket has along history in India having been introduced in the country during the British role . Cricket is the most popular sport by a wide margin in India and is of-
ten considered as am unofficial religion in India . Also in India they call “ Soccer “ football but it was introduced to India during the British occupation . Kabaddi is the 2nd national sport in India . It is one of the most popular sports in India , played mainly among people in villages .
Language / religion The religion in India are ; Hindu , Muslim , Christian , Sikh , Jan , Parsi , And Buddhist . In The Different Sates Of India Have Different Languages , Some of them not recognized by the central government . Bihar in east India has three official languages : Hindi , Urdu , and Bengali , Which are All Recognized by the central governmental . Sikkim (Also In the East ) Had Four Official Languages Of Which Only Nepali is recognized by the central government . Besides the languages officially recognized by the central or state governments , there are the other languages which don’t have the recognition and their speakers are running political struggles to get this recognition . Central government decided that Hindi was to be the official language of India and therefore it also has the status of official language in the states .
The Different languages of India
Population In India The religion in India are ; Hindu , Muslim , Christian , Sikh , Jan , Parsi , And Buddhist
The are in Demographics Of India are inclusive of the second most populous country in the world , with over 1.21 billion people already containing 17.5% of the world’s most populous country . Surpassing china , its population reaching 1.6 billion . It population growth rate is 1.41% ranking 102nd in the world in 2010. India had more than 50% of its population below the age of 25 and more than 65% be-
low the age 35 . It is expected that , in 2020 , the average age of an Indian will be 29 years ,compared to 37 for China and 48 for Japan and by 2030 , India’s dependency ratio should be just over 0.4 .
Tourism Walking Across The Ocean With Their Camels .
Tourism in India is a large industry . The World Travel and Tourism Council calculated that tourism generated $121 billion or 6.4% of the nation GDP in 2011. it was responsible for 39,3 million jobs ,7.9% of its total employment . The GDP of the tourism sector has expanded 229% between 1990 and 2011 . The sector is predicted to grow at an average annual rate of 7,7% in the next decade . In a 2011 fore-
cast The World Travel and Tourism Council predicted the annual growth to be 8,8% between 2011 and 2021 .This gave India the fifth rank among countries with the fastest growing industry . India has a large medical tourism sector which is expected to grow at an estimated rate of 30% annually to reach about 9,500 crore by 2015 . In the year 2011 , there were nearly 9.29 million foreign tourist arrivals in
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Economy The economy of India is the tenth - largest in the world by nominal GDP and the third largest by purchasing power parity. The country is one of the g - 20 major economies and a member of BRICS . On a per - capita - income basis , India ranked 141st by nominal GDP and IMF . India is the 19th - largest importer in the world . Economic growth rate slowed to around 5.0% for the 2012 –13 fiscal year compared with tat India’s GDP grew by an astounding 9.35 in 2010 -11. The growth rate has nearly halved in just three years . The independence - era In-
dian economy 9 from 1947 to 1991 ) was based on a mixed economy combining features of capitalism and socialism , resulting in an inward –looking interventionist policies and import– substituting economy that failed to take advantage of the post – war expansion of trade . This model contributed to widespread inefficiencies and corruption , and the failings of the system were due largely to its poor implementation
Climate Analyzed according to the Koppen system , the climate of India resolves in into six major climatic subtypes ; their influences give rise to desert in the west , alpine tundra and glaciers in the north , humid tropical regions supporting rain forests in the southwest , and Indian Ocean island territories that flank the Indian subcontinent . Regions have starkly different yet tightly clustered microclimates . The nation is largely subject to four sea-
sons : Winter ( January and February ) , Summer ( March and May ) , A Monsoon ( Rainy ) Season ( June to September ) , and a post monsoon period ( October to December
India’s economy Growth
The Nation is largely Subjected to four seasons
Art Indian art is the visual art produced on the Indian subcontinent from about the 3rd millennium BCE to the modern times . Voluptuous feeling is given unusually free expression in Indian culture . A strong sense of design is also characteristic of Indian art and can be observed in its modern as well as in its traditional forms . Indian art can be classified into specific periods each re-
flecting particular religious , political and cultural developments .
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