Namaste India: 6 Explorations About the Heaven on Earth
- Language Diversity
- Tourist Paradise
- Multiple Film Production
- Newspaper Factory
- Gold Reserve
- The constitution of India recognizes 22 languages as the official dialects in India
- More than 1,100 movies are produced, on average, each year in India
- India reportedly produces 4700 daily newspapers
- Indian housewives posses 11% of the World’s Gold
To cut it short
India’s landscape has always had mesmerizing secrets. With its vast population to diverse cultures, the metropolitan cities to the rural establishments, this enormous country sure has some interesting facts we bet you never knew. Here’s a quick dive into some of the most surreal facts about India that will certainly leave you impressed:
Language Diversity: India, a melting point of cultures, beliefs, religions and languages. While there is no actual record on the number of languages spoken, the latest indicators suggest that there are 460 languages spoken in the nation with Hindi, English, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil and Urdu being the major influencers.
Tourist Paradise: India is known for its scenic beauty. However, the travel between the marble located in Madhya Pradesh, Bandar Kodini-Rock Mountains in a boat on the river Narmada is a delight for every travel aficionado.
Multiple Film Production: While India has a large film industry comprising of the widely acknowledged Bollywood, most of the films are not results of the latter. The Film industry also produces movies in Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Bengali which caters to a large audience worldwide.
Mumbai is an international business hub: Mumbai is said to be the financial capital of India. It still holds its position as the most expensive city in the country and is ranked above Frankfurt, Dallas and Vancouver.
Newspaper Factory: The Indian media is sure creating waves, not only with its news, but also its production. Considering the large population and the varied languages spoken, India produces newspapers in 300 languages in addition to the journals and weeklies.
Gold Reserve: Reports indicate that India’s possession of gold is equivalent to the reserves of the U.S., IMF, Switzerland and Germany put together. Being an important part of Indian culture right from wedding gifts to other major events, India is also the largest buyer of gold in the world.