Indian Culture, Politics And Business

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Introduction: For the research report, I would like to pick India to analyse their situations in terms of geography, culture, politics and business. The following report will give a clear understanding of geographical image, cultural image, political image and economical image of India. • Geography The land area The population Land per head of population 3,287 thousand sq km 1,243.3 million (2013) 0.3 hector per head According to the DFAT, India had 1,243.3 million people in 2013 and the total land is 3,287 thousand sq kilometre. Therefore, the area of land per head of population is 0.3 hector per head. • Culture The actual culture in India is one of the oldest cultures in the world. India is usually a very different country, and…show more content…
Furthermore, there are about 13% of Muslims in India, which also identifies one of the biggest Islamic nation in this worls. On the other hand, Christians and Sikhs are very little in population and it is around 3% in all over india. Meals Indian cuisine has influenced Arabs and the Turks from Europe. It is known for its wide variety of dishes and the liberal use of herbs and spices. Cooking styles vary from region to region. In addition; wheat, basmati rice and pulses with chana (Bengal gram) are an important product in the Indian diet. The food is rich in curry and spices, including ginger, coriander, cardamom, turmeric, cinnamon and dried peppers, among others. Chutneys - condiments and thickness ranging from fruits and vegetables like tomatoes and tamarind and mint, cilantro and other herbs - are generously used in Indian cuisine. Mostly many Hindus are vegetarians, but the lamb and chicken are common in major courses for non-vegetarians. Indian food is normally eaten with fingers or utensils used as bread. There is a wide variety of breads served with meals, including Naan oven sourdough flatbread and bhatoora, fried and soft flatbread common in northern India and is eaten with curried chickpeas. Structures The best known example of Indian architecture is the Taj Mahal, built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in honor of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It combines elements of Islamic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish and Indian architectural styles. India also has
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