India

Location:India is located in south Asia also India is in between pakistan,china and nepal.



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population:There are 1,21 billion people in india that is allot of people.










language spoken: indian religon: flag of india:

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The National Flowerof India is the Lotus .
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The lotus represents long life, honour, and good fortune.
the indians say that it gives luck and brings luck in the futre. climate in india:dew to the size if india it can get very hot just like egypt. it also depends on the year and time on how the weather is going to be but mostly very hot climate.

Best Outdoor Adventures


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India is fast gaining a reputation as a top adventure travel destination. Whether it be in the mountains, the desert, or the beach, you'll find plenty of options to get out and about and get your adventurness flowing.

Best Beaches


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From November until February, visitors flock to India's beaches to enjoy fun in the sand and sun. Fortunately, there are beaches for everyone including those who want a lively party scene, and those wanting to relax undisturbed

Best Things to Do With Kids


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Indians absolutely adore kids, making India a very child friendly country to visit. There are many things to keep them amused including fun parks, water sports, mini trains, and animals.

Best Accommodation Experiences


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From the lavish to the charming, there are accommodations to suit all budgets in India. You don't even need to remain stationary while sleeping! India's very opulent luxury trains will take you on a week long tour to some of the country's most popular sights.

Best Destinations


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No matter what your interests are, India has a wide range of destinations that are sure to appeal you.

Indian Money

Indian currency is known as rupee. The Indian money (rupee) is available in denominations of Re 1, Rs 2, Rs 5, Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 500 and Rs 1000. One rupee consists of a hundred paise. Paise are in denominations of 10p, 25p and 50p. However, these paise are rarely used. Coins are available for Re1, Rs 2 and Rs 5.

Exchanging Money in India:
Changing money in India can be a tedious and cumbersome process. So, it is advisable for you to change a substantial amount at one time. Travelers' cheques are not accepted at each and every bank. It is even difficult to change currency other than dollars or pound sterling. However, make sure to change the money at accredited bureaus only, changing at any other place is illegal and also runs the risk of being counterfeit.

There are no restrictions on the amount of foreign currency or travelers' cheques. A tourist may import any amount, provided he/she has filled a declaration form on arrival. This will help in exchanging your currency at the time of arrival as well as the taking back your unspent currency at the time of leaving.

You can get your currency exchanged at the airport itself also. The moneychangers at airports are open 24 hours. Also, moneychangers are available in some hotels too. In big cities, you will find several branches of International foreign exchange providers. However, in small towns however, only minor banks will be providing the service. You should save all exchange receipts (encashment certificates). You may require them for visa extensions and other formalities and at the time of going back, when you want to convert the rupees.
how australia is globally connected to india:india is globally connected to australia by sports like cricket and transport can get you there to india to have a holiday it is also globally connected by inport and export.
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