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India country profile - Overview

It is militarily strong, has major cultural influence and a fast-growing and powerful economy. A nuclear-armed state, it carried out tests in the 1970s and again in the 1990s in defiance of world opinion. However, India is still tackling huge social, economic and environmental problems. The vast and diverse Indian sub-continent - from the mountainous Afghan frontier to the jungles of Burma - was under foreign rule from the early 1800s until the demise of the British Raj in 1947. The subsequent partition of the sub-continent - into present-day India and Pakistan - sowed the seeds for future conflict. Continue reading the main story Politics: Some 814 million people are registered to vote in the elections on 7 April 2014. Country profiles compiled by BBC Monitoring. Teach India Project. A webquest on India worksheet. Diwali. In each set there are a number of resources for whole class work, small groups and independent workers.

Diwali

There are symbol - supported stories, text onlystories, information sheets, recipes, crosswords, word searches and many more. " India Lessons, Worksheets and Activities. Home > A to Z Resources > Theme: India India aka the Republic of India is located in South Asia.

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It's an extremely populated country with more than 1.2 billion people. It is also the seventh largest country by area. It is also a recent democracy having been ruled by the United Kingdom until 1947. Mahatma Gahdhi led them to independence through a non-violent resistance. India has 28 states and seven union territories. Teaching About India with Teacher Planet Classroom Resources India has a diverse history and culture. Please Submit Your Favorite Resources HERE Visit this page from your mobile device or iPad by scanning the QR code below: India: Maps, History, Geography, Government, Culture, Facts, Guide & Travel/Holidays/Cities.

One-third the area of the United States, the Republic of India occupies most of the subcontinent of India in southern Asia.

India: Maps, History, Geography, Government, Culture, Facts, Guide & Travel/Holidays/Cities

It borders on China in the northeast. Other neighbors are Pakistan on the west, Nepal and Bhutan on the north, and Burma and Bangladesh on the east. India : Activities to print - Interactive activities - Diwali - Gandhi - History - Facts - Lesson plans - Webquests - Listening - Maps - Resource pages - Stories - Videos - Vocabulary. My English Courses. BBC World Service. Tracks 2013: Bollywood: The Global Cinema. Reading comprehension Gandhi.

Reading comprehension and other tasks about Gandhi. Reading comprehension Salt and Gandhi. Lesson plan about Gandhi. Gandhi om filmen samt en biografi. Level_4_Passage_6. Indian matrimonial commercial. Indian man with 39 wives, 94 children and 33 grandchildren. India. India Timeline. The Indus Valley civilization develops around the valley of the Indus River (now in Pakistan).

India Timeline

Its trade is based on crops grown on the fertile river plains. It reaches the height of its power and is larger than any other ancient empire, including that of Egypt. The Indus Valley civilization collapses, possibly due to severe floods or a change in the course of the Indus River. Around 1500 B.C. The Aryan people, who come from the region between and including India and Europe, invade India from the north.

Alexander the Great of Macedon (northeastern Greece) crosses the Indus River into India. Trade flourishes between India and the Roman Empire. After centuries of being split into small kingdoms and republics, India is ruled by the Gupta Empire. The rule of the Mogul Empire begins, unifying much of south India with the north for the first time. 1600s Eager to gain access to India's spices, rice, silk, tea and jewels, Holland, Great Britain and France establish key trading posts in India.