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Hello Everyone, Namaskar! You might be wondering what does “Namaskar” mean right? So to tell you, it is a greeting in my language! Now you might be thinking that is it a greeting from China, Japan, Nepal, or India. If you guessed India then you are surely correct. Yes, I am from India, my country, my mother land!
India is a very beautiful and populous country in the world! It is best known for its spices, festivals, grand weddings, beautiful sceneries, delicious foods and dances! Many people around the world celebrate Indian festivals, dance on Indian songs and the most amazing thing of all is that people also watch Indian movies and some of them are also translated into different languages.
India is the biggest democracy and has 29 states and 7 territories. Our country has many land features such as rivers, mountains, and lakes. India has a lot of interesting places like Golden Temple, Taj Mahal, and Amer Fort.
You might find India a bit crowded since it has a big population. One thing, when it is summer time in India it is really hot there and when it is winter then you might find it even worse. It can be extremely cold. But there is one season which you might love! Rainy season! It is really fun jumping here and there and getting wet in the rain.
If you go to India then you must see the tigers and the wildlife of India! It is really fantastic. India has the largest population of Indian elephants. Our country has a mix of different animal species. India also consists of many national parks such as, Kaziranga National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park. Valley of Flowers National Park is also one of the best parks. It is full of beautiful flowers and mountains! It is like being in heaven! I am sure that after visiting these places you will be so much amazed.
One more thing which will amaze you is Indian food! The different varieties of delicious food from different states are very famous! They look so good! Some of the most famous food is samosa, jalebi, gulab jamun, rasgullla, kaju barfi, chicken tikka, paneer pakoda, and idli sambar.
India is also a land of many festivals! The main festivals which are celebrated in India are Holi, Diwali, and Raksha Bandhan. Holi is also known as festival of colors! We use colors to put on other people. This is a celebration for arrival of spring and celebration of victory of one of our prince over an evil named Holika! Diwali, also the festival of light is a celebration of the return of two most known gods to their home after a long exile for 14 years in the forest! On this day people light up their houses, wear new cloths, participate in family prayers, and share sweets with other people. Raksha Bandhan symbolizes the bonding of brother and sister. On this day sister ties a rakhi on her brother’s arm wishing him wellbeing! And the brother vows his sister to protect her!
So this is all about my country, India! What do you think? Please share below in the comment box. And don’t forget to share something about your country too!
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