About IndiaIndia is one country many people long to see, and having seen it once, wish to return again and again. India is, indeed, incredible.
India had become the centre of religious and spiritual activities where four major world religions - Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism originated, while Islam, Christianity, Judaism and Zoroastrianism arrived in the first millennium and shaped the region's variegated culture of India. That is why India is called the homeland of spiritual figures in the forms of rishis, munis, saints and faqirs.
The soil and climate of India are so excellent and so varied that one can find the cool mountain pastures beside the glaciers, through windy plateau, to warm river valleys and burning deserts. Holidays in India has four major seasons to celebrate - Winter (January-February), Summer (March-May), Monsoon (June-September), and Post-Monsoon (October-December).
The notable aspects of India’s soft power cover as many different spheres as imaginably possible, from simple agriculture, to ritual religious practice, to quality technological services. India’s hard power is measured by its substantial military, which has sustained its autonomy and desire through many wearisome points in the nations history.