52 Interesting Facts About India

India is also called the "Earth of Gods" because most of the Gods were born in India. And people here have a different faith in God.
52 Interesting Facts About India
Interesting Facts About India

After China, the world's most populous country, India is located in the continent of Asia. It is known all over the world for its old culture and religious characteristics. It is also called the "Earth of Gods" because most of the Gods were born in India. And people here have a different faith in God.

52 Interesting Facts About India

1). India has not attacked any country in the history of its last 100000 years. 
2). About 5000 years ago, when all the people were nomadic forest dwellers, the Indians first established the Indus Valley Civilization. 3). Sri Jagannath Temple is located in Puri, Odisha. One special thing about this temple is that from whichever side you see the Sudarshan Chakra at the top of it, you will see it facing your side. 4). According to research, it was discovered that India came first in the whole world in controlling the coronavirus. 5). Chess was discovered in India. 6). It has been told by NASA that the Sanskrit language of India is a very high-level scientific language. Because they believe that if they send coding in some other language then reaching the receiver changes considerably and there is no change in coding when reaching the receiver in the Sanskrit language. 7). It is believed that the science of India was so developed even several thousand years ago that even today, 600 years ago, a sage named Tulsidas told the distance between the sun and the earth. He told this distance in 1 verse of "Hanuman Chalisa" written by him, which is written below.
"Yug Sahastera Yojana Par Bhanu, Leeyo Taahi Madhur Phal Jaanu."
In Sanskrit: Yug is = 12000 years. Sahasra = 1000 years. And Yojana = miles. He shows: Yug x Sahastra x Yojana = 12000 x 1000 x 8 = 96,000,000 miles or 15.36. Million km which is very close to the distance taken by NASA. 8). The game of Snakes and Ladders, created by the poet-saint Gyan Dev in the thirteenth century, was originally called "Mokshapat". Stairs in this game represent blessings to success, meaning if someone does good deeds, he gets a boon while snakes represent punishment, which means if someone pumps, he gets punished. The game was previously played with rump and dice and subsequently, many changes were made to the game, but the meaning remained the same. 9). Jantar Mantar, built-in 1724 by Sawai Raja Jai ​​Singh in Jaipur, is the world's largest stone-built observatory. 10). Bhaskaracharya calculated the exact time taken by the Earth to revolve around the Sun several hundred years before astronomy. According to Bhaskaracharya's calculation, it takes 365.258756484 days for the Earth to revolve around the Sun. 11). The world's largest river island "Majuli" is in India. 12). Algebra Mathematics, trigonometry and calculus were discovered in India only. Also, India gave the concept of 'zero', the most important number in mathematics. 13). India has the largest Montessori school in the world. It is the City Montessori School of Lucknow, which has a student strength of about 26000. 14). India is the largest exporter of bananas in the world. Brazil is in second place. 15). India has the highest milk production in the world. 16). India has the highest number of vegetarians in the world. 17). The Himalayas are located in India. Also, the mountain ranges here extend for a distance of about 1500 miles with an altitude of 23, 600 feet. 18). Vishnu Temple at Tirupati is the only temple in the world where the most devotees visit. It is also visited by devotees from Vatican City and Mecca-Medina. 19). Kumbh Mela is held in Allahabad after every 12 years. It is the only fair in the world where the most devotees come. 20). Brihadeeswarar Temple is the first granite temple in the world which is in Tanjor, Tamilnadu. Here Nandi is the biggest idol of Lord Shiva. It is constructed from a single stone and is about 6.5 feet in height and 19.685 feet in length. 21). The highest cricket stadium in the world is in Himachal Pradesh. If we see its height from the sea level, then it is about 24 thousand metres. 22). Until 1896, India was the only source of diamonds and in modern times, India ranks third among the largest consumer countries of diamonds. While the US is in the first place and Japan in second place. 23). The largest democracy in the world is in India. India has the largest number of voters in the world and most of the expenditure in elections is also done by India. 24). India is at the forefront of buying gold in the world. Gold is considered to be the most important part of India's culture, whether it is as a gift or to be used in a wedding ceremony. 25). India is the only country where people of different religions live together such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Christian, Islamic and Sikhism etc. In which Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism were built in India. 26). In all of the world, most festivals and holidays are celebrated in India only. 27). India is the only country in the world where there is the most law for the rights of women. Meaning that if any legal action is taken, then the hearing of the woman is more in comparison to the man. 28). The Ludo game was born in India in the 6th century. You will be surprised to know that the evidence of the picture of this game is still present in the caves of Ajanta. The game was well-liked by the Mughal emperors of India. 29). Indians have contributed significantly to trigonometry, calculus and algebra. The invention of the decimal system in 100 BC took place in India itself. 30). Surgery was done by "Sushruta" in India about 2,600 years ago. He has developed Ayurveda and has a record of many complex surgeries and operations. 31). The civilization of India is the oldest in the world, even many ancient places and buildings in the world are in India. India's civilization dates back to Egypt and Mesopotamia. 32). 12% of scientists in America are Indians and 36% of scientists in NASA are Indians. 33). Ayurveda is the earliest known branch of medicine for mankind. Charaka, the originator of this branch of science, is considered to have started Ayurveda 2500 years ago. 34). The world produces 22 thousand tons of mint oil, out of which 19 thousand tons of oil is extracted in India alone. 35). The value of pi (π) was first discovered in the world, in the sixth century, by the Indian mathematician Budhayana. 36). Out of more than 1,000 orchid species found in India, more than 600 are found only in Arunachal Pradesh. 37). India has the largest postal system in the world. 38). 38% of doctors in the US are Indians. 39). The father of Kung Fu was an Indian Buddhist monk named Tathmoh or Bodhidharma who went from India to China around 500 AD. 40). India sells software to 90 countries. 41). Indian Railways is the largest institution in the world based on the number of employees in which more than 16 lakh employees work. 42). Jaisalmer Fort is the only unique fort in the world in which about 25 per cent of the city's population has made their home. 43). India is the world's largest tea producer and consumer. 30% of the world's tea is produced here, of which 25% is used. 44). Lotus flower has the distinction of being the national flower of India as well as Vietnam. 46). The Pentium chip was invented by Vinod Dham. (Today 90% of the world's computers run on it) 47). 34% of Microsoft employees, 28% of IBM and 17% of Intel employees are Indians. 48). India has one of the largest film industries in the world. Also the largest market in the world. 49). More than 26,000 computer engineers work in more than 2,500 software companies in Bangalore city of India. 50). Sabir Bhatia created Hotmail which is the world's no.1 email program. 51). In 700 BC, the first university of India, Taxila opened, from which thousands of students studied and spread the fragrance of the country to every corner of the world. 52). The holy city of Varanasi is the oldest city in the world.
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