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South Asia: India The World Factbook Central Intelligence Agency.
etymology: the English name derives from the Indus River; the Indian name Bharat" may derive from the Bharatas" tribe mentioned in the Vedas of the second millennium B.C; the name is also associated with Emperor Bharata, the legendary conqueror of all of India.
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Sure, you could save time by flying, but it's' tricky to mix with the masses and soak up India's' dramatically diverse scenery from 35000ft. Riding the rails is a chance to chit-chat with locals over a hot cup of chai, or gaze out the window at the ever-changing landscape, contemplating India's' contradictions.
India Wikipedia.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary third edition 2009, the name India" is derived from the Classical Latin India, a reference to South Asia and an uncertain region to its east; and in turn derived successively from: Hellenistic Greek India; ancient Greek Indos; Old Persian Hindush, an eastern province of the Achaemenid empire; and ultimately its cognate, the Sanskrit Sindhu, or river, specifically the Indus river and, by implication, its well-settled southern basin.
India History, Map, Population, Economy, Facts Britannica.
Three other Indian cities Bengaluru Bangalore, Chennai Madras, and Hyderabad are among the worlds fastest-growing high-technology centres, and most of the worlds major information technology and software companies now have offices in India. Mumbai, India: Gateway to India monument. Gateway to India monument near the entrance to Mumbai Bombay Harbour, western India, on the east coast of the Arabian Sea.
India's' Restaurant.
My husband has traveled to India and finds the food at Indias to be authentic. We have been there 3 times and the quality of food and service has been excellent! The staff is attentive and the atmosphere is comfortable, not stuffy.

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