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JATIN SINGH
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Tables of Content
  • HISTORY OF INDIA
  • Ancient India Timeline
  • RELIGION
  • CULTURE
  • ECONOMY
  • POLITICS
  • POPULATION
  • REFERENCE

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History of India
  • India is a land of ancient civilization. India's
    social, economic, and cultural configurations are
    the products of a long process of regional
    expansion. Indian history begins with the birth
    of the Indus Valley Civilization and the coming
    of the Aryans. These two phases are usually
    described as the pre-Vedic and Vedic age.
    Hinduism arose in the Vedic period. 
  • The history of this astonishing sub continent
    dates back to almost 75000 years ago with the
    evidence of human activity of Homo sapiens.
    Amazingly, almost five thousand years ago, the
    inhabitants of the Indus Valley Civilization had
    developed an urban culture based on commerce and
    sustained by agricultural trade.

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Ancient India Timeline

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RELIGION
  • HINDUISM
  • ISLAM
  • SIKHISM
  • JAINISM
  • BUDHISM
  • CHRISTIANITY
  • THE PARSIS
  • THE JEWS OF INDIA
  • CASTE SYSTEMS IN INDIA

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CULTURE
  • Indian cultural history spans more than 4,500
    years. During the Vedic period.(c. 1700 500
    BCE), the foundations of Hindu philosophy
     mythology theology and literature were laid, and
    many beliefs and practices which still exist
    today, suchas dharma, karma, yoga, and mok?a,
    were established. India is notable for
    its religious diversity with Hinduism, Buddhism, S
    ikhism, Islam, Christianity, and  Jainism among
    the nation's major religions. The predominant
    religion, Hinduism, has been shaped by various
    historical schools of thought, including those of
    the Upanishads, the Yoga Sutras,
    the Bhakti movement  and by Buddhist philosophy.

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ECONOMY
  • According to the International Monetary
    Fund (IMF), the Indian economy in 2015 was
    nominally worth US2.183 trillion it is the
    7th-largest economy by market exchange rates, and
    is, at US8.027 trillion, the third-largest
    by purchasing power parity or PPP. With its
    average annual GDP growth rate of 5.8 over the
    past two decades, and reaching 6.1 during
    201112, India is one of the world's
    fastest-growing economies .However, the country
    ranks 140th in the world in nominal GDP per
    capital and 129th in GDP per capita at PPP.Until
    1991, all Indian governments followed protectionis
    t policies that were influenced by socialist
    economics. Widespread state intervention and
    regulation largely walled the economy off from
    the outside world. An acute balance of payments
    crisis in 1991 forced the nation to liberalize
    its economy. since then it has slowly moved
    towards a free-market system by emphasizing both
    foreign trade and direct investment inflows.
    India's recent economic model is largely
    capitalist.India has been a member of WTO since
    1 January 1995.

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POLITICS
  • India is the world's most populous democracy. A
    parliamentary republic with a multi-party system
    it has six recognized national parties including
    the Indian National Congress and the Bharatiya
    Janata Party (BJP), and more than 40 regional
    parties.
  • In the Republic of India's first three general
    elections, in 1951, 1957, and 1962,
    the Jawaharlal Nehru -led Congress won easy
    victories. On Nehru's death in 1964, Lal Bahadur
    Shastri briefly became prime minister.
  •  In the 2014 general election, the BJP became the
    first political party since 1984 to win a
    majority and govern without the support of other
    parties. The Prime Minister of India is Narendra
    Modi, who was formerly Chief Minister of Gujarat.

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POPULATION
  • At the census 2001, out of 1028
    million population, little over 827 million
    (80.5) have returned themselves as followers of
    Hindu religion, 138 million (13.4) as Muslims or
    the followers of Islam.
  • 24 million (2.3) as Christians
  • 19 million (1.9) as Sikh.
  • 8 million (0.80) as Buddhists
  • 4 million (0.4) are Jain.
  • If current growth rates continue, India will have
    1.63 billion people by 2050 and will surpass
    China, said a report. India on Saturday recorded
    a population of 127,42,39,769 which is growing at
    a rate of 1.6 per cent a year, and could make the
    country the most populous in the world by 2050.

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REFERENCE
  • https//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India
  • 2. http//indiapopulation2017.in/
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