INTRODUCTION TO INDIA
India is the second most popular country in the world and seventh largest in area. It is a Sovereign socialist secular democratic republic with a Parliamentary system of Government. India comprises of 28 States and 7 Union Territories.
Area: 32, 87,263sq.km
National bird: Peacock
National Animal: Tiger
National Tree: Banyan Tree
National Flower: Lotus
National Game: Hockey
National Calendar: Saka
National Language: Hindi
India is bounded on the south-west by the Arabian Sea and on the south-east by the Bay of Bengal. On the north, north east and north-west lie the Himalayan ranges. Kanyakumari constitutes the southern tip of Indian peninsula. India measures 3214 km from north to south and 2933km east to west. Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal east and Lakshadweep in the Arabian Sea in the west are parts of India.
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TOURISM IN INDIA
As a result of scientific developments, the distance have been reduced & vast world has become unified and cohesive. Scientists have conquered both time & space and have made the world short. On account of very fast and safe means of travel, a man can have his breakfast in Delhi, lunch in London, dinner in New York the same day.
This safe & speed travel across devise in people to travel to different parts of country is to gain knowledge. It has brought about a considerable increase in volume of traffic of tourists.
Tourism is a boon to India as foreign unities bring necessary foreign exchanges to our country.
Being a vast country, India has a huge potential for dept. of tourism. India is a land of places of pilgrims, hill stations, sea shores, historical places, monuments & wildlife sanctuaries.
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