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India. By: Sunil Parsot. Asia. Contents page . 1- Map of India 2- Celebrations 1.a)- Holi or Holli 1.b)- Diwali or Divali 3- Taj Mahal 6- Sports 4- Clothing 7- Schools 5- Transport 8- Work. I N D I a. I N D I a. INDIA. Holi or Holli.

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india

India

By: Sunil Parsot

Asia

contents page
Contents page
  • 1- Map of India
  • 2- Celebrations

1.a)-Holi or Holli

1.b)-Diwali or Divali

  • 3-Taj Mahal6-Sports
  • 4-Clothing7-Schools
  • 5-Transport 8-Work
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holi or holli
Holi or Holli
  • Holi or Holli is the festival of colour

Holi Is Celebrated in spring By Hindus. Went Holi is celebrated, they wear white and they throw colour powder at each other. They all so light fire.

diwali or divali or gujarati or hindi
Diwali or Divali orદિવાળીGujaratiOrहोलीHindi
  • Diwali or Divali is the festival of light.

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taj mahal
Taj Mahal
  • The Taj Mahal is India's most Famous Building. It was built by ........... for his Wife Mumta Mahal. The Taj Mahal
clothing
Clothing
  • In India it is hot so they need to were lose, cool clothing.
  • The girls were saris. They are cool comfortable. For work they wear plain saris and on a species day they wear saris with lots of colours and pattens.
  • Some Men wear loose trousers called pyjamas. Farmers wear dhotis. The dhotis are cloths tied round their waist.
  • In the cities most of the people wear clothes lit jeans and a t-shirt.
transport
Transport
  • In India the roads/streets are very busy and crowded. In a crowded street you would find Cars, scooters, motor bikes, bikes, rickshaws(there-wheeled bike used to carry people and heavy things) and people walking. In India Trains, cars and buses are so fill that people jump on top of them and on the ladders on the side
sports
Sports
  • In India, cricket is a very popular sport. Children play where ever they can. Most of the children play and they play on hard dirt or on a road/street. Most of the children would play with simple thing like a piece of wood and a simple ball brought from the shop or they would make them from mud. They also play a lot Hockey, Soccer, Polo and Badminton
schools
Schools

In India children go to school at age 6-14. They have to learn Subjects like Hindi, English, Maths, History and Geography. Hindi is the most important language in India. Hindi and English are taught in school so that Indians can speak to each other whatever their language, wherever they are.

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Work
  • In India Most of the Indians are Farmers. They grow rice, tea, sugar cane, wheat, fruit, Vegetable and more. Some family are to poor to send there children to school, so there children have to stay at home to help there family at workor there family need their children to work
  • Some of the other people work in factories and make things like Clothing, Computers and Cars. Many other people now work for other Countries answering Phone calls for large Businesses
reference
Reference
  • Encarta Encyclopaedia Standard Edition 2002
  • A Visit to India -By Peter and Connie Roup
  • Diwali -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diwali
  • Holi - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holi