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  • Comparing India And India

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    America and India have many differences but several similarities. Each county has their own culture, traditions, and way of life. Modern day Indian families have a lot of the same traditions American families had in the 1950s. Compared to India, America is more reformed and modernized. Both countries may be different in the way they do things, or even the way they look, but when it comes down to it, we are all the same. India and America are different in many ways. For example, they each have very

  • India

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    India I. Introduction India, country in southern Asia, south of Afghanistan and east of Pakistan. Including the portion of Jammu and Kashmir administered by India but disputed by Pakistan, India has an area of 1,222,243 sq miles . The capital is New Delhi , and the largest city is Mumbai (formerly Bombay). II. Land and Resources India may be divided into four main regions. The Himalayas, the highest mountain system in the world, lie along India's northern and eastern margins. (This region

  • India

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    India “Frankly my dear I don’t give a dam.” Many people have this attitude towards learning about other cultures. Actually it is very important to be knowledgeable of other cultures. Some day you could have a job that requires you to travel to another country or meet with a person of another culture. You wouldn’t want to offend them by not knowing their ways of life. Also, the United States has become so diverse that soon it will be an everyday thing to walk down the street and see a person

  • India

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    Nearly one sixth of all the human beings on Earth live in India. Officially titled the Republic of India, it’s located in Asia and is bordered by the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, and Indian Ocean. The countries that border it are Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, China and Bhutan. The Himalayas border India too. India’s most spoken language is Hindi. Some other languages are Oriya Tamil and Telugu. The main religion in India is Hindus, or followers of Hinduism. They worship gods, goddesses, or deities

  • India

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    Political and Legal forces Republic of India is the world's largest democracy. India is federal parliamentary democratic republic in which the president of India is head of state and the Prime Minister of India is the head of the government. The President of India does not have the Legislative power but has the executive power. Legislative power is within the hands of government and the two chambers of the parliament of India, the Lower House (Lok Sabha) and the Upper House (Rajya Sabha). Federal

  • India

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    India Throughout its history, India has been invaded by armies, traders, and immigrants from all over the world. Major culinary influences result from significant historical invasions, including the Greeks, led by Alexander the Great in 326 B.C. Greek and Middle Eastern ingredients and cooking techniques are obvious in Indian cuisine. Moghul invaders in the 16th Century introduced meat and rice dishes to India. Portuguese rulers introduced chilies, and the more recent rulers from Britain in

  • Ancient India vs. Modern India

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    Ancient India vs. Modern India India is a Country of great wealth and potential. It is also a country of intense poverty and ignorance. There are many different languages, religions, races, and customs. There are also many differences in the country itself. The land includes desert, thick jungles, broad plains, mountains, and tropical low lands. All these differences within one country create different needs, and different standards of living. It is however; very evident none of these differences

  • Hindu India vs Muslim India

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    Viceroy in October, 1916 and was finally signed in the December and implemented as the act of Government of India. The British were made aware through this that whatever they try to hurl at the Muslims and Hindus, they would face it acceptingly. A hope was evident among the natives of the sub-continent that they can raise their voice against the Crown and eventually drive them out of India. World War I brought effects to this side of the world as well. As a British colony, they expected us to provide

  • india reborn

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    being one of the richest people there. The key for India is to become a model for the world is through education and it also helps that it is the worlds largest democracy. There are three different classes in India the upper class, the middle class which is the largest of the world, and the untouchables and they are all trying to help and make India a better place. The upper class in India is doing many different things to try and make India a better place. A man named Lalu Yadav used to be a

  • Imperialism in India

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    Imperialism in India British imperialism on India had many positive and negative affects on both the mother country, Britain and the colony, India. Many people would argue which effects were more prominent in these countries and some would agree that they were equal. But in both cases there were actually both. In India the British colonization had more positive affects than negative. For Instance, When the British colonized India they built 40,000 miles of railroad and 70,000 miles of paved