Picture 1:India’s National Flag/Colour Scheme <ul><li>My presentation is about the country I come from which is India. Within this presentation one may observe the colour scheme I have used when choosing the pictures I have selected throughout this presentation. Colour is very important to the Indian culture and is among the most important aspects of festivals in India. Brightly colored powders are the mainstay of festivals such as Holi - the festival of color – where men, women and children carry vibrant colored powders in pinks reds blues, and every colour one could possibly imagine and throw them on clothes and faces of relatives, and friends. In order to represent India, I choose to represent India in the way India represents itself by using a lot of colour. I used both primary and secondary colours to colour in my images, by using these colours I feel it represent what India is truly made of; a colorful and vibrant country. </li></ul><ul><li>This is a picture of India’s national flag. The orange in the this flag represents Hinduism. The green represents Islam. The blue and white represent hopes for unity and peace. </li></ul>
Indias National Bird <ul><li>This is a picture of India;s national bird: the peacock, which is found throughout India. It symbolizes beauty, grace, pride, and mysticism. </li></ul>
The Taj Mahal <ul><li>The Taj Mahal is one of the eight wonders of the world. The Taj Mahal is a tomb made entirely of white marble. </li></ul>
Picture of a Traditional Man <ul><li>This outfit is worn by men throughout India. Unlike women’s fancy garments men’s garments are based on the climate, and comfort. </li></ul>
Pie Chart: Religions In India <ul><li>This is a pie chart of the major religions in India. </li></ul>
Graph: Highly Populated Cities in India <ul><li>India is a very populated country with over 1 billion people. This graph shows some of the most populated cities in India. For those who do not live in these big cities they live in small villiages </li></ul>
The Indian Elephant This is a picture if the Indian elephant. It is prized in India for its immense strength. Elephants are represented in India as rulers.