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Welcome to India - the land of colors , many languages , rich culture and so much to see and explore.

Home to the Indus Valley Civilization and a region of historic trade routes and vast empires, the Indian subcontinent was identified with its commercial and cultural wealth for much of its long history. Four major world religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism originated there, while Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam arrived in the first millennium CE and shaped the region's diverse culture.

Agriculture is not only the dominant occupations of the people of India but is also one of the most important economic sectors for the country.

Now there has been addition of Tourism , IT sector and many more to the growing industry.

India has lot to offer and people are ready to help on just one call of yours and be your friends.

Every part of India is worth visiting and exploring. It needs a lot of time to explore its various features and beauty that it offers.

In case any member of is travelling to India and need some kind of support please let us know we will be more then happy to help.

Come to India, enjoy your stay and be our friend.


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  • davidgibbson
    by davidgibbson 1 year ago
    Technology has an important role in creating innovations. Without technology, we can’t evolve our own innovations. If we learn the basics of any innovative idea, we can understand that there is a technology behind that.
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    by Isla Ribush 1 year ago
    You have covered the entire topic of introducing India in your post. One of my client is really need to find a thesis help as he is running a writing company for university students.
  • Gordy
    by Gordy 6 years ago
    Bringing my family to Chennai for a week in Mid February. Hoping to visit Mallabharipurram. Any suggestions of where to eat in Tamil Nadu?
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    by Bil 6 years ago
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    by websiteoutsourcingindia 6 years ago
    The word Hindu originally meant people living on the banks of the river Sindhu. Now it has religious-cum-philosophical connotations. The roots of Hindu Philosophy are the ideas of the Vedas.The Vedas are called Shruti or `that which is heard' and are regarded as revelations to sages passed down orally to disciples and students. Such ideas led to the Samkhya system of philosophy, which is astik (Theist), rational and systematic in its approach. The sage Kapila of 7th century BC is considered to be its founder.

    Yoga is a system complementary to Samkhya, dealing with the practical attainment of liberation from worldly ties. Together the two systems are referred to as SamkhyaYoga. Vedanta refers to the 108 Upanishads which are philosophical musings of the Vedas about the Cause of Creation, Being, Cosmos and so on. Prominent exponents of Vedanta are Shankaracharya and Ramanuja. In contrast, Charvaka or Lokayata philosophy is a Nastin (Atheist), materialist system, which rejects Shrutis, deities, and even the idea of re-incarnation.

    Vaisheshika philosophy has a scientific rather than a metaphysical approach and believes that the world is made up of innumerable but distinct (vishesha) particles. Nyaya is a complementary philosophy trying to arrive at `nyaya' or knowledge, which is `just', or `right'. Bhagavat-Gita, a part of the epic Mahabharata, expounds the synthesis of three yogas or ways of attaining union with the Supreme Self, Gyana-yoga (union through knowledge), Bhakti-yoga (union through devotion) and Karma-yoga (union through action).