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India is a unique domain on planet Earth, enriched with a culture that is more than five thousand years old and terrains as diverse as the cultures they sustain. You can explore the highest & most rugged mountain; you can cruise through the oceans, backwaters & islands; you will be treated to a rare combination of alpine and tropical rain forests, vast deserts, bubbling hot water and sulphur springs, tumbling rivers, raging waterfalls and other natural visual delights. Home to some of the oldest civilizations, India offers excellent opportunities to researchers in Anthropology. The Land of Tigers and the only remaining habitat of the Asiatic Lion, the country is well known for some of the rarest species of wildlife.
India happens to be the seventh largest country in the world, lying entirely in the northern hemisphere, with a total geographic area of 32,87,263 sq km. and accounting for about 2.4% of the total world area with a population of about 1.2 Billion. It has a land frontier of about 15,200 km. The total length of the coastline of the mainland, Lakshadweep islands and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, is 7,575.6 km.
Countries having a common border with India are Afghanistan and Pakistan to the north-west, China, Bhutan and Nepal to the north, Myanmar to the east and Bangladesh to the east of West Bengal.
The mainland consists of four well-defined regions namely the great Himalayan zone, the Indo Gangetic plain, the desert region, and the Southern Peninsula. The rivers of India may be classified as the Himalayan rivers, the Deccan rivers, the Coastal rivers and the rivers of the inland drainage basin.
India is extremely temperamental where weather is concerned. One can experience extreme cold (Dec. – Feb.), Mild summer (March – April) Scorching summer heat (May – June), torrential rains (July – Sept.), and the pleasant weather brought by the retreating monsoon (Oct. – Nov.)
Ours is a magical land and we are sure that one visit will certainly arouse an irresistible desire to explore this wonderful country again and again.
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