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    • India
    • Capital city of India is
      New Delhi.
      The largest city in India is Mumbai.
    • ★ The official language of India is Hindi and English.
      ★Area : 3,287,590 km2
      (ranked7th in the world!)
      ★ Population : 1,198,003,000
      (ranked2ndin the world!)
      ★Currency : Indian
      Rupee
    • TajMahal
      • TajMahalis regarded as one of the eight wonders
      of the world.
      • TajMahalwas built by an emperor, Shah Jahan,
      in the memory of his dear wife, MumtazMahal.
      • TajMahalmeans Crown Palace
    • Yoga
      Yoga is traditional physical and mental disciplines in India.
      It is known as healthy exercise for your body and mind.
      People who practice yoga called, Yogi (male) and Yogini (Female).
    • Curry
      Curry is the most famous traditional food of India.
      You can enjoy curry with rice or Naan, which is oven-baked flat bread.
      “Curry” means side-dish in Indian language.
    • Gandhi
      Gandhi was born in 1869 and died in 1948.
      He studied law in London.
      He was political and spiritual leader of India during the Indian independence movement.
      Gandhi worked hard to free India from England.
    • Holi
      Holiis called the Festival of Colors.
      It is colorful festival of spring.
      It is celebrated by people throwing
      colored powder and colored water at each other.
      People shout
      “Buranamano, holihai!”
      It means
      “Don’t be angry, it’s Holi!”