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Diversity of India (A perfect country to visit)

Every nation in this world has its unique points. This article is my simple try to highlights the diversity of India and not to make any comparison. As a nation India provides a wide experience for its people and to people who are coming to India. In India you can scale the heights of big mountains, enjoy the cold evenings of desert, spend your night in a deep forest or swim in the blue water of the sea. The north east part of India is covered by hills, most of which includes Himalaya ranges. Therefore, north-east part of India faces severe cold in winters and anyone can enjoy the snow fall at most of these hill stations.

West part of India is covered with Thar Desert. Many great civilizations of India live in Thar. Thar Desert is famous for its beautiful evenings, beautiful palaces and water resources. Most of the south, south-west and south-east part is circled by sea. This part includes some of beautiful beaches of the world. Goa and Kerala are some of the famous sea tourist places in India. Besides geographically India has lot of other things to present to world. India is only country in world which has so many religions living together and it is also the birth place of some of them.

The religions which can be found in India are Hinduism, Muslimism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Christianity, Parses, Jainism, Kabir Pantheism, and many others. Today’s India is a combination of old and new. You can see on one side high-tech India and simultaneously, you can enjoy peace of nothingness. India is a so diversified country that after every 20 km language starts changing. Mostly spoken and national language of India is Hindi. Today English is the other language which is in most demand because of its acceptance in most parts of world. Most of the new generation of India is shifting to English. Festivals are the parts of life here in India. Whole year there are many festivals to enjoy in India.

By living in India a person can enjoy the nearness to different religions, different societies and different cultures. All this makes India a country of diversity. Today’s India is changing very fast. It is the second largest growing nation in Asia after China. Every sector and every part of life is seeing an upliftment. Present India is no more a country with small busy road, no connectivity and animals everywhere. Most of the roads in India are four lanes and even a small village is connected by road. Mobile phones and internet have penetrated deep inside India. More and more Indian companies are becoming International. Some issues still remain pending when it comes to good governess and overall development, however with time they will also be got solved.

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