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Virtual Field Trip to Incredible India. Seventh Grade – Language Arts “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” Unit and Expository Writing Unit. Facts and Photos of India. AMAZING INDIA FACTS Click buttons below for photographs of India. The Western Desert. The Indo-Gangetic Plain. Punjab. The Himalayas.

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Virtual Field Trip toIncredible India

Seventh Grade – Language Arts

“Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” Unit and Expository Writing Unit

Facts and Photos of India


  • Click buttons below for photographs of India.

The Western Desert

The Indo-Gangetic Plain


The Himalayas

The Deccan



Regions and States

  • Clickable map-

    • State of Gujarat

    • State of Jammu and Kashmir

    • Visit the cities of Bangalore, Delhi, Agra

National Symbols

  • Website –

    • FLAG

    • National Calendar

    • BIRD

    • EMBLEM

    • ANIMAL

    • ANTHEM

    • TREE

    • SONG

    • FLOWER

    • SPORT

    • FRUIT

The Many Languages of India

  • National Languages

  • There are many different Indian languages spoken by more than a million people. English is spoken as a second language by more than ten million Indians. Languages website


  • Indian Culture.

  • Know India

  • The Story of the Saree

  • Indian Religion

  • Festivals of India

  • The Indian Wedding

  • Ethnic groups

The Taj Mahal

  • Click here for the history of the Taj Mahal. 

  • Click here for more information on the Taj Mahal.

British Rule in India

India was ruled by the British and Indians were the subjects of a British Empire ruled by King of England. In 15th August 1947, India attained Independence and power passed into the hands of Indian people from the British rulers. Patriotic Indians waged a powerful struggle under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi & other Indian leaders to make India country a free nation 

  • British empire in India

Mahatma Gandhi

  • Click here for The Story of Gandhi – by Ramanbhai Soni

  • For Mahatma Gandhi's Biography click here.

  • The Courage of Gandhi: Click for a discourse on the spirit of Nonviolence.

Quiz On Gandhi

Rudyard Kipling

Born: December 30, 1865, Bombay, India.Died: January 18, 1936, London, England.Awarded the Nobel prize in literature, 1907.Parents: Lockwood and Alice Kipling.

  • Rudyard Kipling author of “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” and the Jungle Book. Click on his name to read his biography.

How the Leopard Got His Spots -- a story also written by Rudyard Kipling. Click on the title and read the short story.

India’s Government

  • Click here to learn about the government

  • Click here to see all of the Political parties of India

  • "Thinking should become your capital asset, no matter whatever ups and downs you come across in your life."

Click here for the President of India’s website


Indian Cuisine

  • Food --

    Most Indian cuisines are related by similar usage of spices. Often, Indian cooking is distinguished by the use of a larger variety of vegetables than many other well-known cuisines. Within these recognizable similarities, there is an enormous variety of local styles. Click on the word food to read more about Indian Cuisine

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