Incredible India!

Minakshi By Minakshi, 4th Jul 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/cr8uaf7b/
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Welcome to India........Incredible India! Here I present to you a glimpse of my country............

Location of India...



India is located in south Asia and seventh largest country by geographical area. It is the second largest populated country with over 1.2 billion people. It has Indian Ocean to the south, Bay of Bengal to the south-east, Arabian sea to the south-west, Pakistan to it's west, China and Nepal to it's northeast. It is a democratic country and also a secular country with a wide range of religions. It is the home to different languages such as Hindi, English, Assamese, Bengali, Urdu, Malayalam, Gujrati, etc. And it has various cultures flooding it's heart and therefore worth deserving the titile INCREDIBLE INDIA!!!

Amazing India....



India is a secular counrty with numerous religions and thereby having a wide range of traditions and customs. Indian culture is a outcome of several cultures belonging to different places and of different lifestyles co-existing in one counntry. India is a counrty with three names- India, Bharat and Hindustan.People of India are known as Indians. In urdu language, the country is spoken as Hindustan and patriotic songs such as ' Sare Jahan Se Atcha' were composed. On the other hand, as per the national language of India which is Hindi.....India has been mentioned as Bharat and so as it is said..."Mera Bharat Mahan". Songs such as 'i love my India' got popularity interationally.

Celebrating the whole year!



In the 2nd most populated country where secularism is a important feature, it is of course expected that the country has celebrations throughout the year starting from New year, Republic day, Holi, Bihu, Diwali, christmas, Independance day, Dusshera, Durga puja, Eid, Buddha Purnima, Lakshmi puja, Kali puja, Janamastami, Shiv Ratri, Sarawati puja, etc to name a few and of my knowledge. There are thousands of more occassions being celebrated in different states. Within a state too there is a diversity of culture as people belong to different caste and creed. There are thousands of God and Goddess being worshipped in India as religious practice varies from one person to other. For instance, some offer prayers to Jesus Christ while some to Lord Buddha, again some pray to Feminine supreme and others to Masculine supreme, some are devotee of Maa while some are followers of Vaishanava, some offer prayers to nature and some still practice killing of animals to please the almighty, some pray to Allah and some don't believe in God. Thus, views vary and if you visit India you can see each of the practices and numerous traditions and cultures. Some people dance in skinny outfits and others packed up in jewels and traditional clothes. e.g. some dance western dances and some take price in one of the costliset fabric-'Muga'. Folk dances are different in every aspect in each state. Local pieces such as Junbiri , Naga Shawl , sea-shells,etc are worn to represent themselves while dancing the folk dances and in special occassions.

Irresistable...



The food habits vary throughout the nation.....while in the north we find Punjabi chole, lassi, alo paratha,Hariyani paneer etc.......in tne south we find sambar, idli, dosa, etc. Again in the west we find dhokla and Rajasthani sweets,etc.....and to the east we find Bengali specail dal and machor jol, Assamese pitha and kahroli,etc. The country has unique items like jelepi, kharoli, khorisa, otenga, bhoot jolokia, etc. It has extremely spicy dishes along with super sweet desserts. The people start with chicken soups, mushroom soups to a mouth watering meal composed of it's unique creations and rice as a important part in majority of areas. People know to cook vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian items with perfection as advises flow in from people of different food habits living together as neighbours. People speak Hindi, English, Assamese, Bengali, Urdu, Malayalam, Tamil, Punjabi to name a few languages. It is truely a amazing country with so much variety and amzing structures such as Taj Mahal, Maharaja palace, Palace of Tipu Sultan, Victoria Memorial, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Kamakhya, Vaisnovi Devi temple, etc to mention a few. It once had uncountable gold and gems which were robbed by invading rulers from other counrties. It was invaded numerous times leaving it with little gems ana gold......but no one could rob it's culture, languages, traditions, customs, unique foods, folk dances and amazing practices. It is rich in natural objects, religion, variety and culture. It has amazing green cover which still makes the North-East heavenly.sadly. during the rule of some kings animals were prey to their arrow and selfish hunting skills. Some British rulers too caused a heavy damge to it's biodiversity in addition to the harm caused to the people with inbearable torture. Some social reformers and legendary heroes spoke up for the cause. Some brave people raised their voices and thereby making India what it is today! Thanks a ton to those real life heroes. I salute them for what they have done and to mention about them would be a different long story. so let me be focused on what i am speaking of.....and that is the incredible varity of celebrations and cultures. India is blessed with beautiful landscapes including hills,plateaus,plains,forests,beaches,deserts,rivers,waterfalls,caves,etc and amazing places of worship, historical statues and creations.

India for you...



if you are not an Indian and have never been to India, i request you not to miss the golden chance of visiting it. Because nowhere in the world can you find so many religions, so many cultures and traditions, so many customs and dances, so many creations and statues, so many different landscapes in one country! there are numerous tourist attractions and your trip will be worth it. You can eat a whole range of new food every day infact and taste different reciepes in different locations. you can enjoy performances that you can't expect to see anywhere else in the world, you can go to more than 10 places of worship in a day and see different beliefs in each, you can buy local things that are simply priceless and marvellous, you can visit wonder of the world - Taj mahal along with similar superb creations, you can do boating in kerela or climb the Everest, you can watch people playing with colours or with crackers, your eyes would refuse to shut when you see lights in the entire river or people dancing in the busy street in unusual dresses, you can take a ride on elephant,camel or horse, you can see national parks where the Rhinocerous lives or stay in a luxurious 5-star hotel, you can shop at the mall or at remote village fair, etc. Thus, you can have a thrilling life time experience and nothing to regret. "I am proud to be an Indian and i welcome you to India".


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I love to express my ideas and thoughts in words.....deeply influenced by Paulo Coelho......trying my best to attain perfection in poetry.Moreover....i am a dancer,dramtist and creative writer.

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author avatar Buzz
16th Jul 2011 (#)

Welcome back, Minakshi. Beautiful article and images.

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author avatar gold stand
16th Jul 2011 (#)

wow..I've been dreaming someday that I am going to visit India and see that Charminar and the famous Taj Mahal...you have a great article

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author avatar Parshita
24th Oct 2011 (#)

really great article........awesome...

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author avatar Skp
1st May 2014 (#)

come soon :)

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author avatar Delicia Powers
16th Jul 2011 (#)

Lovely article, thank you!

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author avatar Maria Malone
16th Jul 2011 (#)

Well done, India sounds very interesting indeed!

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author avatar Songbird B
16th Jul 2011 (#)

Your love for your beautiful country shines through in every word, Minakshi...A really wonderful share...

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author avatar jayababy
16th Jul 2011 (#)

Beautiful India, Minakshi. Meraa Bhaarath Mahaan!!

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
16th Jul 2011 (#)

Wonderful. Truly informative. Extremely interesting. Well done, Minakshi.

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author avatar Minakshi
17th Jul 2011 (#)

Thank You so much everyone.....and i invite all of you to visit my country,,,,what i have mentioned is just a bit of what it stores....there is much more for you to discover.....n i am having a busy schedule these days for which i am not able to write here so of

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author avatar Minakshi
17th Jul 2011 (#)

Thank You so much everyone.....and i invite all of you to visit my country,,,,what i have mentioned is just a bit of what it stores....there is much more for you to discover.....n i am having a busy schedule these days for which i am not able to write here so often...:) tak cre....

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author avatar Carol Kinsman
17th Jul 2011 (#)

Thank you for sharing your beautiful country with us, Minakshi. I do hope to visit India someday..

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author avatar Denise O
19th Jul 2011 (#)

What a wonderful look, through your eyes, of this lovely country of yours, India. Nice writing and I just love the photos. Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Minakshi
19th Jul 2011 (#)

my pleasure....

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author avatar D in The Darling
20th Jul 2011 (#)

Oh, I love Indian women. Never seen an ugly one before. Incredible India. Thanks for this beautiful article.

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author avatar Santosh Acharya
3rd Oct 2011 (#)

Minakshi, it's definitely a wonderfully written article from you. Being a neighbour of India, I'm very much familiar with happenings in your country. The relationship of Nepal and India is very historical from the very beginning. Sita from Nepal when married with Lord Ram, it established a very close relationship between two countries. The similarities in culture, religion, fooding and clothing behaviour and other social-economic aspects have made our relationship even stronger.

Definitely your country is the land of legends. person like Gandhi, many philosophers, brilliants players, business people musicians and artists have heightened the pride of your country.

We, as a neighbour of India, are very proud of the progress that India is making and it's another pride for Asia as India is being one of the major powers in the world. When the country is big with such a huge population, it's obvious that still India needs to work a lot for the over all development of the country.

I believe that you are familiar with the corruption involved in the system. Together with the rise of your country, many mafias have got chance to be in your power and because of many reasons time and again the interference of India towards its neighboring nations, especially in our country is increasing a lot. I believe that it's also the fault of our politicians who worship these your leaders as gods but the way how India is encroaching thousand hectors of land in an open border area, the soldiers are security personnel from borders who are looting our workers and local people is a very nasty work which has given very bad impression to us. As we have to depend upon India for most of our products, most importantly petroleum products, time and again India's changing policy have badly affected us. As an independent country India should behave and respect us with value but they accept us as the part of India which is never true. We are the only country which was never colonised by British. They even do politics in religion. Buddha was born in Lumbini in Nepal and it's true that he went to India, meditated, got enlightenment and even died there. Lumbini is one of our historical heritages enlisted in World Cultural Heritage List of UNESCO but India has been making a fake duplicate Lumbini by copying each and every Buddhist Monasteries and Stupa just some kilometers away from our Lumbini and trying to create illusion among the people in the world. We are small country and few things like Mount Everest, other snowy peaks, Buddha, brave Gurkha soldiers and some other things are our major introduction to the world but when India tries to create confusions among people in the world, that'll definitely affect to us.

I believe that Buddha belong to the world. he remains in the heart of every people and it's not a good idea to fight regarding his birthplace but for the country it matters. There are many more such things which India has been doing from the very beginning that has troubled our Nation. such kind of steps will decrease the respect and popularity of rising India.

The way how India celebrates its independent day, they should also remember and respect the importance of independence of other countries. Like the world now hates the feudal, imperialistic supremacy of USA, the wold will also not accept such character of Indian political system.

As a person I have respect for your land and people there. I have many friends there. Your culture, food, music and diversities have increased my love and respect for India but i strongly request that youthsand new generation like you have to increase your voice against bad political system that is affecting your local development and its relationship with other international countries.

I deeply appreciate your writing. You have got skill. Please continue it.

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author avatar Minakshi
22nd Oct 2011 (#)

I am glad you read my article and commented on it. Well, i was quite unaware of what you wrote above. I am from Assam and we are facing a problem of porous border between us and Bangladesh. I am not actually aware of other situations like those you stated above. Nepal has been one of my favourites and i always had a dream to visit it. I too don't like the political system here which is very much corrupted. We the citizens ourselves are facing huge problems due to it. I am extremely sorry for whatever pain you all are facing. Recently with Anna Hazare there are some hopes of improvement. But again, Irom Shamila has been neglected. And so i wonder if this corrupted system can be improved. The youth is trying it's best to sort out the age old problems. But the problem is deep rooted. Anyways, my article here is not concerned with political system but only with culture,tradition and beauty of India. It has nothing to do with politicians and corruption. It is about 'us' the common people who are in our own world with love and peace in our heart to create a better tomorrow and a brighter nation.

Thank you....

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author avatar Kartikey
21st Jan 2012 (#)

IT is wounderful article

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author avatar Abhishek
23rd Feb 2012 (#)

you fuck off

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author avatar Hassan
24th Jun 2012 (#)

who ? and by the way i, what the author says about india is just about as a drop in the ocean .

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author avatar Utkarsh
2nd Feb 2012 (#)

Excellent writing....
helped a lot:)

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author avatar Bhawna
4th Feb 2012 (#)

Hi, Minakshi
your article is awesome i have no word to say....
your feeling , love for India look in your articles.........
It's my good luck that i am Indian
Realy I feel proud to be an indian

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author avatar Abhishek
23rd Feb 2012 (#)

it was cool.but should have added more content.

Fuck Off!

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author avatar Neha
15th Oct 2012 (#)

what the hell man? what's your problem.

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author avatar Shruti sharma
7th May 2012 (#)

awesome articke written minakshi.i have no words to express my views on your knowledge about india

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author avatar Stuti Bhardwaj
6th Jun 2012 (#)

Excellent Article.
I feel proud to be an INDIAN and also that we have such people in our country who really love our country.This makes India an 'INCREDIBLE INDIA'.

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author avatar Vivek
22nd Jun 2012 (#)

you should also display hindi virsion

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author avatar Rohit Wadhwa
26th Jun 2012 (#)

An awesome article. Thank you for sharing and helping me to make my documentary.

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author avatar Preetha nath
8th Aug 2012 (#)

thanx.i used dis article as my speech

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author avatar rama devi nina
31st Aug 2012 (#)

Namaste Minakshi!
though I grew up in New York City, I've lived inn Kerala for over 20 years and right now
I live in Cochin! :)
Nice to meet you....

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author avatar Classic
6th Sep 2012 (#)

"you can boat in Kerela and climb everest"
ANY article lookS good with the correct mixture of ur expression through words and ur knowledge.writer definetly has skill to write but seems she doent even hv geographical knowledge about her country..just a request plss do some research before u write if u r confused or don't know.
For ur information everest is in Nepal not in India.REST all is well.

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author avatar Rishabh bhardwaj
4th Nov 2012 (#)

i am proud to be an indian

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author avatar Navneet kumar
4th Dec 2012 (#)

Excellent .I am impressed you.

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author avatar Andrew
7th Dec 2012 (#)

awesome ...i luv india n i proude to liveng hr

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author avatar Umang jaiswal
7th Jan 2013 (#)

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author avatar Ankita Chanda
16th Jan 2013 (#)

fabulous article.

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author avatar SIDDHI KANKANI
19th Jan 2013 (#)

it was a fantastic idea and article

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author avatar Fan
25th Feb 2013 (#)

good

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author avatar Fan
25th Feb 2013 (#)

very good

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author avatar Fan
25th Feb 2013 (#)

every one should read this

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author avatar Sandy
21st Jul 2013 (#)

well done minakshi.i m inspired of what u have written

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author avatar Swati
13th Aug 2013 (#)

very good . i am impressed...

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author avatar Avni mishra
21st Nov 2013 (#)

awesome.....
i learnt this article's main points during my speech competition and i secured first position.thanks...... : )

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author avatar Zaisa
30th Apr 2014 (#)

its too guuud......well done

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author avatar Srishti krishna phukan
30th Apr 2014 (#)

its really good and has many important facts on india

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author avatar Sp
30th Apr 2014 (#)

yo

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