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THE COUNTRY OF INDIA. SAHAR TALAL SOUBGAH 3\B. India is a great Country of contrasts with a Fascinating past and a very bright future.

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The country of india

THE COUNTRY OF INDIA

SAHAR TALAL SOUBGAH

3\B



India lies in south Asia ,between Pakistan , China and Nepal.The Capital of India is New Delhi, and the country’s largest cities are Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata .


India’s capital city , Delhi is the second widely used entry point into India, belong

on the route of most major airlines.

Delhi is well linked by rail, air and road to all parts of India.


Mumbai is home to people of all Indian creeds and cultures. It is a fascinating city ,throbbing with life ,and, for many people ,the gateway to India.


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The Food of India It is a fascinating city ,throbbing with life ,and, for many people ,the gateway to India.

Rice and wheat are the stable foods of India.

Spicy food and sweets are popular In India.


India is a land of festivals and fairs. The most widely known and popular celebrations include the Hindu festivals of Dewali, Holi and Dussehra.

Most Hindu festivals are linked with the movements of the sun, moon and seasonal changes


The bride’s clothes are usually typical of known and popular celebrations include the Hindu festivals of Dewali, Holi and Dussehra.

the area.Most brides wear saris, nowadays ,usually in shades of red, pink or mustard.


A bride sports as much traditional jewelry as her family can muster.

How ever , necklaces , earrings , bangles , rings , a nose ring , anklets , and toe rings are worn by most brides .



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