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  • INDIA
  • PLACES TO VISIT
    • Taj Mahal is the most visited place in India.
    • Yamuna River.
    • It’s built by Shah Jahan for his favourite wife Mumtaz Mahal
    • River Ganges, in which all people bath to purify.
    • Rajasthan
  • HISTORY
    • India is a country in Asia
    • The History of India.
    • The subcontinent
    • There are many religions and languages spoken in India.
    • Hinduism.
    • The official languages are Hindi and English.
  • WEATHER
    • India has tropical zones, temperd and alpine.
    • Himalaia
    • In India it’s possible to find cold climate in the mountains with snow.
    • It’s very cold in winter and very hot in summer.
  • TRANSPORT
    • Bicycles or motorcycles, buses and trains.
    • Cars are owned only by the few richest.
    • Indian’s rail network is the longest of any country.
    • Indian’s growing international trade is putting strain on ports in India.
  • FESTIVITES
    • Pongal is regarded as a harvest festival of South India.
    • The festival marks a period of plenty, peace and happiness.
  • FOOD
    • The cuisine of India is characterised by it’s sophisticated and subtle use of many spices and vegetables grown across India and also for the widespread practice of vegetarianism across its society.
    • Indian cuisine varies from region to region, reflecting the varied demografhics of the ethnically diverse Indian subcontinent.
    • The staples of Indian cuisine are rice, atta (whole wheat flour), and a variety of pulses, the most important of which are masoor (most often red lentil), chana (bengal gram), toor (pigeon pea or yellow gram), urad (black gram) and mung (green gram).
    • The most important/frquently used spices in Indian cuisine are chilli pepper, black mustard seed (rai), cumin (jeera), turmeric (haldi, manjal), fenugreek (methi), asafoetida (hing, perungayam), ginger (adrak, inji), coriander, and garlic (lassan, poondu). Popular spice mixes are garam massala which is usually a powder of five or more dried spices, commonly comprised cardamom, cinnamon and clove.
    • The term “curry” is usually understood to mean “gravy” in India, rather than “spices”.
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  • MONEY