Incredible India & Its glory with rich cultural heritage l

Incredible India. India is the largest democracy in the world. Also, it is one of the oldest civilizations in the world with multicolored diversity and rich cultural heritage. Along with this, it has also been molding itself with the changing times. After getting independence, India made multidimensional social and economic progress. India has become self-sufficient in agriculture. Today India is also counted among the most industrialized countries of the world.

Being the seventh largest country in the world, India stands out from the rest of Asia which is characterized by mountains and seas and gives it a distinct geographical identity. Surrounded by the Himalayan mountain range in the north, it becomes narrower beyond the Tropic of Cancer. The Bay of Bengal in the east, the Arabian Sea in the west and the Indian Ocean in the south determine its boundary. The mainland of India, located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere, lies between 8° 4′ and 37° 6′ north latitude and 68° 7′ and 97° 25′ east longitude. Its maximum length from north to south is 3,214 km. And the maximum width from east to west is 2,933 km.

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The length of its land borders is about 15,200 km. While the mainland, Lakshadweep and Andaman and Nicobar Islands have a total coastline of 7,516.6 km. India is a country of diverse culture, this diversity is also prominently visible in people, culture and weather. From the eternal snow of the Himalayas to the fields in the far south, from the deserts of the west to the moist deltas of the east, from the dry heat to the coolness of the plateau in the foothills of the hills, Indian lifestyles clearly reflect the magnificence of its geography. The dress, food and habits of an Indian vary according to the place of its origin. Indian culture is as varied as its vast geographical location.

People here speak different languages, wear different clothes, follow different religions, eat different food but their nature is same. Whether it is a happy occasion or a sad moment, people participate wholeheartedly, experiencing joy or pain together. A festival or event is not confined to any household or family. The whole community or neighborhood joins in rejoicing on that occasion. Similarly, in sorrow, neighbors and friends play an important role in reducing that pain. India is a colorful canvas depicting and portraying the unmatched assimilation of ethnic qualities of various cultures and religions. In fact, this ethnicity of the country is the factor that makes it different from other nations.

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 The religions that exist in India are Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, Dharma, Buddhism, and Jainism. Citizens have the freedom to practice any religion they want. The Indian Constitution has recognized 22 different languages ​​prevalent in the country. Out of which Hindi is the official language and is spoken in most of the towns and cities of India. Apart from these 22 languages, there are also hundreds of dialects which contribute to the multilingual nature of the country.

Constitution of India

The Indian Constitution was adopted to constitute the country as an independent secular autonomous and republic to secure justice, equality, liberty and federation to Indian citizens. When the Constitution of India was adopted, the citizens of India entered a new constitutional, scientific, self-governing and modern India with peace, civility and progress. The constitution of India is very unique in the whole world. There were many princely states in India before independence.

It was necessary to bring them under the political rules, laws and procedures of the country. Also, the country needed such a constitution. In which the basic rights and duties of the people living in the country have been determined so that the country can develop rapidly and achieve new heights. The Constituent Assembly discussed, deliberated, communicated on various subjects for the constitution making for many years continuously and after 2 years, 11 months and 18 days the Constitution of India was formed.

The Constituent Assembly adopted the Constitution of India on 26 November 1949 and came into force in the country on 26 January 1950. At the time of the formation of the Indian Constitution, it had 395 articles, 8 schedules and was divided into 22 parts. The President of the Constituent Assembly was Dr. Rajendra Prasad and the President of the Drafting Committee was Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar.

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