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India officially The Republic of India is a nation led by The Prime Minister Joseph Tandava on the continent of Asia. India officially The Republic of India's government is a Democratic Republic with very moderate social policies. Economically, India officially The Republic of India favors far left wing policies. The official currency of India officially The Republic of India is the Rupee. At 97 days old, India officially The Republic of India is a mature nation. India officially The Republic of India has a population of 2,460,754 and a land area of 20,000.00 sq. miles. This gives it a national average population density of 123.04. Pollution in the nation is almost non-existent. The citizens' faith in the government is at an all-time high with an approval rating of 100%.

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India officially The Republic of India is a country in South East Asia. India share land borders with China, Nepal, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azad Hind, India is Great, and North India.

If any country claims land of India, then it should also be ready to face the consequences. India is always ready to settle disputes peacefully but at the same time it also keeps itself ready for war.

India's motto is Satyamev Jayate. The words Satyamev Jayate from Mundaka Upanishad, meaning ‘ Truth Alone Triumphs’, are inscribed below the abacus in Devanagari script.


President of India- Shri Ramnath Govind

Head of the Cabinet- Prime Minister of India 

Prime Minister Joseph Tandava is the current and 20th Prime Minister of India since 26 May 2064 (Orbis date). Tandava's Bhartiya Ekta Party (BEP) historically win as many as 46 of the 50 elected seats in India defeating his major opposition Shiv Shiva's Shiv Shakti Party (SSP),which has been in power since 2059.


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Flag:National Flag
Nation Name:The Republic of India
Leader Name:Joseph Tandava
Currency: Currency Image
History:The History of India begins with the birth of the Indus Valley Civilization, more precisely known as Harappan Civilization. It flourished around 2,500 BC, in the western part of South Asia, what today is Pakistan and Western India. The Indus Valley was home to the largest of the four ancient urban civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, India and China. Nothing was known about this civilization till 1920s when the Archaeological Department of India carried out excavations in the Indus valley wherein the ruins of the two old cities, viz. Mohenjodaro and Harappa were unearthed. The ruins of buildings and other things like household articles, weapons of war, gold and silver ornaments, seals, toys, pottery wares, etc., show that some four to five thousand years ago a highly developed Civilization flourished in this region.

The Indus valley civilization was basically an urban civilization and the people lived in well-planned and well-built towns, which were also the centers for trade. The ruins of Mohenjodaro and Harappa show that these were magnificent merchant cities-well planned, scientifically laid, and well looked after. They had wide roads and a well-developed drainage system. The houses were made of baked bricks and had two or more storeys.

The highly civilized Harappans knew the art of growing cereals, and wheat and barley constituted their staple food. They consumed vegetables and fruits and ate mutton, pork and eggs as well. Evidences also show that they wore cotton as well as woollen garments. By 1500 BC, the Harappan culture came to an end. Among various causes ascribed to the decay of Indus Valley Civilization are the recurrent floods and other natural causes like earthquake, etc.
Land Area:32,186.80 sq. km
Terrain:India's terrain varies widely, from the Thar Desert in the west to jungles in the northeast. A fertile area called the Ganges Plain covers much of northern India. This formation was created from soil that was deposited by rivers running from the Himalaya. In some places, this layer of silt is over 25,000 feet (7,620 meters) deep.
Highest Peak:Mount Kanchenjunga, 8,586 meters
Lowest Valley:Kuttanad, -3 meters
Climate:India is home to an extraordinary variety of climatic regions, ranging from tropical in the south to temperate and alpine in the Himalayan north, where elevated regions receive sustained winter snowfall. The nation's climate is strongly influenced by the Himalayas and the Thar Desert.
People & Society
Population:2,460,754 people
Demonym Plural:Indians
Ethnic Groups:Indo-Aryan - 72.0%
Dravidian - 25.0%
Mongoloid - 3.0%
Languages:Hindi - 43.6%
English - 10.0%
Bengali - 8.0%
Religions:Hinduism - 79.8%
Islam - 14.2%
Christianity - 2.3%
Life Expectancy:69 years
Alcohol Users:15%
Tobacco Users:28.6%
Cannabis Users:2.8%
Hard Drug Users:0.2%
Description:The economy of India is characterised as a middle income developing market economy.Apart from private consumption, India's GDP is also fueled by government spending, investment, and exports.
Average Yearly Income:$126.68
Gross Domestic Product (GDP):$2,625,319,235.00
GDP per Capita:$1,066.88
Gross National Income (GNI):$1,426,430,585.00
Industries:Traditionally, India had six major industries. These were Iron and Steel, Textiles, Jute, Sugar, Cement, and Paper. Further, four new industries joined this list namely, Petrochemical, Automobile, Information Technology (IT), and Banking & Insurance. These industries are important for India's economy
History:The Indian subcontinent had witnessed the cohesive concentration of many Empires in the quest for control of military power, and governance of the State. As time rolled by, societal norms found an ethos in the workplace, the system of rights and privileges, and service under the flag.

The Indian Army, as we know it today became operational after the Country gained independence from British colonialism. The Indian Army's HQ is located in New Delhi and functions under the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), who is responsible for the command, control, and administration as a whole. The Army is divided into six operational commands (field armies) and one training command, each under the command of a Lieutenant General, who has an equal status to the Vice-Chief of Army Staff (VCOAS), working under the control of Army HQ in New Delhi.
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