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India is a land of infinite diversities and a centuries old civilization. The diversity of India, which encompasses the land from the Himalayas in the north to the Indian Ocean in the south, is immense. Indian civilization is one of the oldest in the world. A world renowned scholar of ancient Indian culture and religion, A.L Basham writes:

“There are four main cradles of Civilization in which elements of culture have spread to other parts of the world. There are, moving from East to West, China, the Indian sub-continent, the ‘fertile crescent, and the Mediteranian especially Greece and Italy. Of these four areas India deserves the largest share of the credit that she is usually given, because, on a minimal assessment, she has deeply affected the religious life of most of Asia and has provided very important elements in the culture of the whole South East Asia as well as extending her influence, directly and indirectly to other parts of the world”.(A. L. Basham, A Cultural History of India)
Contents

  1. India, a land of infinite diversities...
  2. India : Area, population and Economy
  3. Major Cities of India
  4. Indus Valley Civilization, ancient Indian...
  5. World’s first religious text, first...
  6. Physical features of India
  7. Physical Environment
  8. Himalayas, the mountain system on the...
  9. The Indo – Ganga Plains, the largest...
  10. The Desert Regions of India
  11. Southern Peninsula
  12. Climate of India, Tropical Monsoon
  13. Indian constitution and administrative structure
  14. States of India
  15. Union Territories of India
  16. The Demographic features of India
  17. Religionwise distribution of Indian population
  18. Indian culture and literature
  19. Dance and Music traditions of India...
  20. Sculpture
  21. World Heritage Sites of India
  22. List of World Heritage Sites in India
  23. Indian Railway history
  24. Railway Zones
  25. Flora of India
  26. Floristic Regions of India
  27. Indian Fauna, biodiversity spots and animals
  28. Pre-Historic period upto Palaeolithic Period
  29. Mesolithic Age of India
  30. Neolithic period of India, Beginning...
  31. Indus Valley Civilization, the beginning...
  32. Relics of Indus Valley and new theories...
  33. City plans, languages, scripts and seals...
  34. The Vedic Age, an important period in...
  35. Vedic Society, a system in which the...
  36. The Iron age in Indian history, Budhism...
  37. Jainism, an unorthodox religion, founded...
  38. Principles of Jainism, an important...
  39. Buddhism
  40. Satavahana Dynasty
  41. Religion
  42. Density of Population of Indian states...
  43. Buddhism and Jainism
  44. Muslim population of India
  45. Krishna
  46. Mahabharata
  47. Christianity
  48. Zorashtrianism
  49. Judaism
  50. Hindu
  51. Hinduism
  52. Gita
  53. Darsana
  54. Sects of Hinduism
  55. Dravidian
  56. Mongoloid
  57. Transformation of Hinduism
  58. Varna
  59. Caste
  60. Cuisine
  61. Languages
  62. Official languages
  63. Architecture
  64. Transportation
  65. Traditions of painting, architecture...
  66. Animal Wealth
  67. Industry
  68. Economy
  69. Banking
  70. Music
  71. Classical dance forms of India
  72. Agriculture
  73. Rivers
  74. Indus
  75. Ganges
  76. Brahmaputra
  77. Subarna Rekha
  78. Mahanadi
  79. Godavari
  80. Kaveri
  81. Krishna
  82. Narmada
  83. Indian rivers
  84. Postal network
  85. Defence
  86. Education
  87. Ganga II
  88. Ganga
  89. Sundarbans
  90. Indian Ocean
  91. Kurukshetra
  92. Ramayana
  93. Lord Rama
  94. Sanskrit
  95. Vedic Sanskrit
  96. Gangtok
  97. Four regions of Indian mainland
  98. Sri Aurobindo
  99. Bhagat Singh
  100. Andaman and Nicobar
  101. Chandigarh
  102. Dadra and Nagar Haveli
  103. Daman and Diu
  104. Lakshadweep
  105. Delhi
  106. Puducherry
  107. Andhra Pradesh
  108. Arunachal Pradesh
  109. Assam
  110. Bihar
  111. Chhattisgarh
  112. Goa
  113. Gujarat
  114. Haryana
  115. Himachal Pradesh
  116. Jammu and Kashmir
  117. Jharkhand
  118. Karnataka
  119. Kerala
  120. Madhya Pradesh
  121. Maharashtra
  122. Manipur
  123. Meghalaya
  124. Punjab
  125. Rajasthan
  126. Sikkim
  127. Tamil Nadu
  128. Tripura
  129. Uttar Pradesh
  130. Uttarakhand
  131. West Bengal
  132. Mizoram
  133. Nagaland
  134. Orissa
  135. Sanskrit Literature
  136. Great authors of classical Sanskrit
  137. Lok Sabha elections 2009
  138. Lok Sabha or Parliament election results 2004
  139. Hindi, India’s official and national language
  140. Bengali, the language of West Bengal
  141. Kannada, the language of Karnataka
  142. Telugu, the language of Andhra Pradesh
  143. Tamil, a Dravidian language
  144. Indian Astrology
  145. Taj Mahal, Agra, India
  146. Lord Shiva, the Supreme God
  147. Lord Ganesha
  148. Brahma, creator of Hindu mythology
  149. Devi or Mother Goddess
  150. Mother Goddess of Hindu mythology
  151. Indian Mythology
  152. The Great Dynasties
  153. The National Movement For Independence
  154. The Gandhi Era
  155. VISHU
  156. Science, History, Mythology and more...
  157. Ceremonies and Materials connected to Vishu
  158. Central Government Ministries of Republic of India
  159. Executive branch of India Government
  160. The Directory of Government Websites
  161. States and Union Territories in India
  162. Independent Offices under Government of India
  163. Indian Judiciary
  164. Indian Legislature
  165. Onam
  166. History
  167. Myths
  168. Rituals
  169. Cuisine
  170. Games
  171. Music
  172. Arts
  173. Literature
  174. Customs
  175. What is Akshaya Tritiya (Akha Teej)?
  176. What is the story behind the origins...
  177. What are the various religious ceremonies...
  178. Rituals in some parts of the country
  179. Akshaya Tritiya (Akha Teej) and Jainism
  180. Onam 2012