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  • India
  • River Indus
  • Location of the River Indus
  • The country has been ruled by many different empires
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  • Why did so many empires annex India?
    • Food
    • Spices
    • Tea
    • Cotton
    • Strategically located
    • Natural resources – coal, iron ore, limestone
  • Move to Independence
  • Partition
    • THE CHANGING FACE OF THE INDIAN SUBCONTINENT
    • 1. Dominion of Pakistan created on 14 August 1947. Became world's first Islamic Republic in 1956. New city of Islamabad replaced Karachi as capital in the mid 1960s
    • 2. British India was made up of provinces, princely states and state agencies. An independent Union of India was created on 15 August 1947 and renamed the Republic of India in 1950
    • 3. Punjab was split in two. Majority Muslim western part became Pakistan's Punjab province; majority Sikh and Hindu eastern part became India's Punjab state
    • 4. Bengal divided into Indian state of West Bengal and East Pakistan, which became East Bengal in 1956 and Bangladesh achieved independence after a civil war in 1971
  • Muslims
  • Hindu
  • Sikh
  • Religions of India
    • Hindus 80%
    • Muslims 13.5%
    • Christians 2.3%
    • Sikhs 1.8%
    • Buddhists 1.5%
  • Second largest population
  • Economy
  • Changing Times