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Facts about India Geography: Area: 3.3 Million sq. km Telephone code +91 The coastline is 7516,6 km. encompassing the mainland, Lakshadweep Island, the Andaman and Nicobar Island. High point: Kanchenjunga 8.598 m. National things: The flag: The National Flag is the horizontal tricolour of deep saffron (kesaria) at the top, white in the middle, and dark green at the bottom in equal proportion. At the center of the white band is a navy blue wheel, which is a representation of the Ashoka Chakra at Sarnath. The emblem: The National Emblem of India is derived from the time of the Emperor Ashoka. The emblem is a replica of the Lion of Sarnath, near Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. The Lion Capital was erected in the third century BC by Emperor Ashoka to mark the spot where Buddha first proclaimed his gospel of peace and emancipation to the four quarters of the universe. The anthem: The Jana Gana Mana is the national Anthem of India, composed by Rabindranath Tagore. The constituent Aseembly as the Indian national anthem officially adopted it on January 24, 1950. The melodi: Bankim Chandra Chatterji's composed song "Vande Mataram" was adopted as the National Song. It has an equal status with "Jana Gana Mana". It was first sung in the 1896 session of the Indian National Congress. National animal: Tiger is the National Animal of India. It is symbol of India's wildlife wealth. The magnificent tiger, Panthera tigris, is a striped animal. National bird: The Peacock, Pavo cristatus, is the national bird of India. Emblematic of qualities such as beauty grace, pride. National fruit: Mango is the national fruit of India. Described as the "Food of the Gods", in the sacred Vedas, the fruit is grown almost in all parts of India. National flower: Lotus botanically known as the Nelumbo Nucifera is the national flower of India. National Tree: Banyan Tree is the National Tree of India. This huge tree towers over its neighbours and has the widest reaching roots of all known trees. National calendar: The Saka calendar is the national calendar of India. It is used, alongside the Gregorian calendar. National days: 26th January (Republic Day), 15th August (Independence Day), 2nd October (Gandhi Jayanti; Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday) Government: Country Name: Republic of India; Bharat Ganrajya Government Type: Sovereign Socialist Democratic Republic with a Parliamentary system of Government Capital: New Delhi Official Language: Hindi, English Administrative Division: 28 States and 7 Union Territories. Independence: 15th August 1947 (From the British Colonial Rule) Constitution: The Constitution of India came into force on 26th January 1950. Legislature: Sansad Legal System: The Constitution of India is the fountain source of the legal system in the Country. Executive Branch: The President of India is the Head of the State, while Prime Minister is the Head of the Government, and runs office with the support of Council of Ministers who form the Cabinet Ministry. Legislative Branch: The Indian Legislature comprises of the Lok Sabha (House of the people) and the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) forming both the Houses of the Parliament. Judicial Branch: The Supreme Court of India is the apex body of the Indian legal system, followed by other High Courts and subordinate Courts. India: At a Glance Capital: New Delhi Area: 32,87,263 Area wise in the world: 7th Location: India extends between latitudes 8o4'N and 37o6'N. It is a country of the east with its landmass lying between longitudes 68o7'E and 97o25'E. Stretch: 3,214 Kilometres from north to south 2,933 Kilometres from east to west Land Frontier: 15,200 km Coastline: 7516.5 km Neighbouring Countries: India shares its political borders with Pakistan and Afghanistan on the west and Bangladesh and Myanmar on the east. The northern boundary is made up of the Sinkiang province of China, Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan. India is seperated from Sri Lanka by a narrow channel of sea formed by the Palk Strait and Gulf of Mannar Physical Feature: The mainland consists of four well-defined regions: (i) The great mountain zone, (ii) The Indo-Gangetic plain, (iii) The desert region and (iv) The Southern Peninsula Rivers: The main rivers of the Himalayan group are the Indus, the Ganga and the Brahmaputra. Climate: There are four seasons, which are recognised by the India Meteorological department. They are - Cold weather, hot weather, rainy season and the season of the retreating southwest monsoon. Fauna: Approx. 89,451 species National Parks: 94 Wildlife Sanctuaries: 501 Official Languages: Hindi Population (2001 census): 1,203,710,000(March 2011)(17% of the world's population) Population wise place in the world: 2nd Population density: 324 people per square kilometre Population growth: 21.34 % Sex Ratio: 933 females per 1000 males Literacy: 65.38 % Male Literacy: 75.85 % Female Literacy: 54.16 % Yoga has its origins in India and has existed for over 5,000 years.

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