|Land Area||2,973,193 km2|
|Water Area||314,070 km2|
|Total Area||3,287,263km2 (#7)|
|Government Type||Federal Parliamentary Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$8,720.00 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$6,700|
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- Animal: Bengal Tiger
- Bird: Indian Peacock
- Coat of Arms:
- Coat of Arms: India's coat of arms contains
four Indian lions (symbolizing royalty and pride) standing on a wheel,
known as the Ashoka Chakra (which represents truth and honesty).
Written in Sanskrit is the verse Satyamev Jayate, a revered saying in the ancient language, which translates to, "Only (the one who speaks) the truth will win or wins."
- Flag of India
- Flower: Lotus
- Fruit: Mango
- Heritage Animal: Indian Elephant
- Icon: Gray Langur
- Marine Mammal: Gangetic dolphin
- Motto: "Satyameva Jayate" ("Truth Alone Triumphs")
- Reptile: King Cobra
- Sport: Field Hockey
- Tree: Indian banyan tree
What is the Biggest City in India?
With a population of 18.4 million people, Mumbai is the largest city in India by population.
The 10 Largest Cities in India
What Languages are Spoken in India?
Hindi is the most spoken language in India, and also one of the country's official languages. Around 550 million people in India speak Hindi. After Hindi, English is the most widely spoken language in the country, with around 125 million speakers. Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, and Kannada are all also spoken.
What Language Is Spoken in India?
What are the Largest Ethnic Groups in India?
The five major ethnic groups of Dravidian people in India are Kannadiga, Malayali, Tulu, Tamil, and Telugu.
Biggest Ethnic Groups In India
What Were the Indo-Pakistan Wars?
India and Pakistan have gone to war against each other four times since their independence from the U.K. and subsequent partition into separate sovereign states.
The Indo-Pakistan Wars
What is the Most Popular Newspaper in India?
The most popular newspaper in India is the Dainik Bhaskar, which has a circulation of around 3.8 million.
The Most Popular Newspapers In India
Who Administers The Doklam Plateau?
Doklam Plateau is a disputed patch of land at the junction of Tibet (China), Sikkim (India), and Bhutan.