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12 great facts of India that you hardly know

12 great facts of India that you hardly know …
12 great facts of India that you hardly know,12 great facts of India that you hardly know

Those who know and do not know India are aware of the fact that there are amazing steps in India, in such a situation, we are giving you an opportunity to talk about some of the great facts that you hardly Know,12 great facts of India that you hardly know...
12 great facts of India that you hardly know 

India is called a country of legends and tales. Here is a very old and popular saying that change water on Kos-Kos, make it on four Kos. There is so much cultural and natural diversity in India. That it is not possible for anyone to write about all the variations of India. Nevertheless, we have tried that we can get these facts to you in installments.
30 some interesting facts about India

12 great facts of India that you hardly know

12 great facts of India that you hardly know: There are enormous facts related to the geography and people of India ...
12 great facts of India that you hardly know
1. Floating Post Office
By the way, India has the largest postal network, where there are 1,56,016 post offices. A single post office is ready to help about 7,185 people. The post office of dal  Lake in Srinagar is also included in that type of post office of the country. 

2. The crowd of Kumbh Mela was seen from the space.
In 2011, at the Kumbh Mela organized on the banks of Sangam, such a crowd was gathered in the world that this crowd was also seen from space. Is this not surprising?

3. The much rainy place in the world is in India
Situated T the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya province of India, a place called Mausinram receives so much rainfall that even a common man cannot imagine them. Earlier this record was in the name of Cherrapunji of Meghalaya.

4. Bandra-Worli sea joint has steel equal to the diameter of the earth
It took 2,59,00,000 man-hours to build this bridge and its total weight is equal to 51,000 African elephants. It is a unique piece of human art.

12 great facts of India that you hardly know

12 great facts of India that you hardly know 

5. World's highest cricket ground
Chail is one such place in Himachal Pradesh where there is also a military school. It was built in the year 1893 and it is the highest cricket ground in the whole world at an altitude of 2,444 meters.

6. Shampoo is invented in India
You may have been a bit surprised to know this fact, because earlier people believed in washing hair from clay, but the word shampoo derives from the Sanskrit language Champu. Champu refers to massage.

7. India's national kabaddi team has won the Saale World Cup
By the way, we are all crazy about cricket and remember the name of the World Cup as soon as cricket is remembered, just like I used to remember hockey. However, India's men's and women's kabaddi team has won all the World Cups held so far.

8. India first discovered water on the moon
This is the matter of September 2009. The satellite named Chandrayaan of India first discovered water on the lunar surface with the help of the moon's mineralogy mapper.

9. Science Day in Switzerland is dedicated to former President of India APJ Abdul Kalam
Now you must have understood that the honor of Kalam Saheb is not only in our country, but he has fans all over the world. May 26 is made there as Science Day.

10. The first President of India used to take only half the salary.
Dr. Rajendra Prasad is considered to be one of the presidents of independent India who remained attached to the land throughout his life. Known for his hygiene, this man used to take only 50 percent of the 10,000 salary paid to the President.

11. India's first rocket was carried on a bicycle
India's first rocket was so light that it was moved to the launching station after putting it on a bicycle career.

12 great facts of India that you hardly know 

12 great facts of India that you hardly know

12. Spa baths for elephants in India
Elephants are also religiously recognized in India. Here people see him with great respect. There are many places in Kerala where elephants are bathed and bathed.

13. India has the second-highest number of English speakers in the world.
Now call it the influence of the British or better jobs available on English speaking, but in the case of English speakers, India comes second after America.

So, brother, this is the first installment of interesting and great facts related to India. We also understand this very well that no matter how good the food is, we serve it only a little, only then we also enjoy the taste. Later, if you like it, share it further, understood that you should explain more…

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