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India is the origin of religious traditions followed by one-fourth of the world's population and is home to the world's highest cricket pitch. India is the birthplace of the game of "Snakes and Ladders" in the 13th centu... More »

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Cows are sacred in India and allowed to roam the streets freely. Cows in India are considered one of the seven mothers of humankind because they produce milk. India has the largest postal network in the world with over 1... More »

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On the coast of India, tigers swim in the same rivers as sharks, dolphins, sea turtles and crocodiles, while snow leopards, one-horned rhinoceroses and bears call the Himalaya Mountains home. Cows, considered a sacred an... More »

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India has an estimated total population in excess of 1.2 billion people as of 2014, making India the second most populous country in the world. The largest and capital city of India is New Delhi, which contained an estim... More »

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The population of India speaks many different languages, including Hindi, English, Bengali, Tamil and Urdu. Hindi and English are the official languages of the Indian government. Seventeen other languages have regional o... More »

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According to the Central Intelligence Agency, the population of India as of July 2014 was 1,236, 344,631. It ranks second, behind China, in terms of the most populated countries in the world. More »

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India has a very high population density because of social, economic and geographical factors. India's population is highly concentrated in areas with highly urbanized and industrialised sectors, as well as areas with hi... More »

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