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India the Land of Cultural Heritage

BY: Liyakat Shah | Category: Travel | Submitted: 2012-04-23 08:36:49
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Article Summary: "India is a land of cultural heritage. It is since ages that land has maintained its glory and history. It is a land of Sufism and Saints. Many civilizations have developed here. The land is filled with rich natural resources and made the land fertile by numerous big and small rivers.."


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India The Land Of Cultural Heritage
India is a land of cultural heritage. It is since ages that land has maintained its glory and history. It is a land of Sufism and Saints. Many civilizations have developed here. The land is filled with rich natural resources and made the land fertile by numerous big and small rivers. Beautiful mountains that even stand still today bearing all the seasons. Many rulers have invaded it including Afghans, Iranians, Mughals, French, Portuguese, Dutch and British. The British almost ruled for 150 years. Before that India was also known as Golden Bird. India became free on 15th of August 1947 and the constitution can into force by 26th January 1950. India is a democratic country in which elections are held after every five years to elect their representatives for federation.
The Taj Mahal in Agra and Jama Masjid in Delhi are famous for their artistic work and often find place filled with foreign tourists. The Taj Mahal is constructed by white marble and was built by Shahajahan in the memory of his beloved life Mumtaj Mahal. There are twenty eight states and seven union territories in India.
State | Capital

1) Andhra Pradesh | Hyderabad
2) Arunachal Pradesh | Itanagar
3) Assam | Dispur
4) Bihar | Patna
5) Chattisgarh | Raipur
6) Goa | Panaji
7) Gujarat | Gandhi Nagar
8) Haryana | Chandigarh
9) Himachal Pradesh | Shimla
10) Jammu And Kashmir | Srinagar
11) Jharkhand | Ranchi
12) Karnataka | Bangalore
13) Kerala | Thiruvananthapuram
14) Madhya Pradesh | Bhopal
15) Maharashtra | Bombay
16) Manipur | Imphal
17) Meghalaya | Shillong
18) Mizoram | Aizawl
19) Nagaland | Kohima
20) Orissa | Bhubaneshwar
21) Punjab | Chandigarh
22) Rajasthan | Jaipur
23) Sikkim | Gangtok
24) Tamil Nadu | Chennai
25) Uttarakhand | Dehradun
26) Uttar Pradesh | Lucknow
27) Tripura | Agartala
28) West Bengal | Kolkata
Union Territories | Capital
1) Andaman And Nicobar | Port Blair
2) Chandigarh | Chandigarh
3) Dadar And Nagar Haveli | Silvassa
4) Daman And Diu | Daman
5) Lakshadweep | Kavaratti
6) Pondicherey | Puducherry
7) National Capital | Delhi
Territory of Delhi

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