Slide2Population and Face Measurement India has the second largest population in the world with a population of 1 billion 200 million. It is the seventh country in the world in terms of face measurement.
Slide3Official Languages There is no official language in India. 17 different native languages, which vary from region to region, are spoken by people and consist of a total of 844 different dialects.
Slide4Railways While the railways known in the country are the largest and largest employers in the world, the institution employs a total of 1.6 million people.
Slide5Marriage with the dog The most interesting tradition in India is that girls get married to a dog when they reach 7 years old. Because of the belief that young hairs will be protected by the dog until they mature, this menstruation is still visible in some areas.
Slide6Mourning In India, people wear white clothes to show mourning during funerals. While mourning is identified with black throughout the world, this tradition is practiced with white clothes in India.
Slide7Drahoma Tradition The Drahoma tradition is quite different from India. According to the Drahoma tradition, the bride gives the groom money for the title.
Slide8Big Jug Festival The large jug festival is a Hindu religious holiday that is celebrated every 12 years. In 2001, 60 million people participated in the festival and broke the world's largest gathering record.
Slide9India's Currency The currency of India is Rupee. It is strictly forbidden to leave this money outside India.
Slide10India Millionaires In India there are more than one million millionaires. The population is crowded and the economy is growing, India is expected to increase more millionaires in the coming years.
Slide11Poverty in India In India, 35 percent of the population is below the poverty line. More than 32,000 murders occur annually, while many try to make a living for $ 2. These soils with a high population have the feature of being the country where the abortion is made most.
Slide12Zoroastrians The Zoroastrians in the country throw their dead to places they call Silent Towers to prevent fire and soil from damaging water and air.
Slide13Being a Cow in India Cows are considered one of the 7 mothers in India. Seen as a symbol of good luck, these animals can roam the country comfortably.
Slide14Being a Woman in India In India, it is considered disrespectful for a woman to address her husband by name. A widow is believed to have brought bad luck. The reason for this is the idea of "why a good woman should have her husband dead".
Slide15What to Know About India ØThe original meaning of chess was born in India. ØIndia is the world's largest producer of beans and chickpeas. ØIn India, clothing is seen as social classification. ØIt has the world's largest mail network with 150,000 post offices in the country. ØBengal tiger is the national animal of India.