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India is a country that arouses a lot of emotions, a fascinating country that we want to present to you as best as possible to make you want to discover it more closely. Several trips are essential to discover and appreciate this immense country.
We will give a general presentation, then go into more details about the festivals, traditions, crafts ... as well as the must-see places and monuments.
We now wish you a safe journey through our blog.

Geographic location

India is 7,336 km from Paris, it takes about 9 hours of flight to get there. Located in southern Asia, India borders Pakistan to the northwest, China, Nepal and Bhutan to the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east. You find the Arabian Sea to the west, the Bay of Bengal to the east and the Indian Ocean to the south.
It is geographically separated from the rest of Asia by the Himalayan chain to the north, the Indus river to the west, and the Ganges to the east. Five regions emerge: West, Center, North (with Kashmir and Rajasthan), East and South. In area, India is about 6 times the size of France.

Weather

The climate of India is very varied due to the geographic size of the country (6 times larger than France).
A very cold winter, a sunny spring, a very hot summer, then very abundant rains and a pleasant autumn.
From June to September, huge amounts of water fall on Indian territory (essential for agriculture), but the amount is much lower in Rajasthan.

North India (Ganges Valley)
The summer period begins in April, accompanied by scorching heat from May. From June until the end of September, it is the monsoon period with abundant rains.
The ideal time to visit northern India is from November to March when the climate is dry and cooler. In the mountains, winter is harsh and summer is mild.

Central India
It is comparable to that of the savannah in Africa.

In the great plains of the north
The weather can be harsh in March.

To the north west you will find the Thar Desert.

South India
There are humid, tropical and mountainous areas (Kerala or Karnataka). If you go to Tamil Nadu or part of Andhra Pradesh, you will have more of a dry and hot climate.

Demography

In 2018, India was the 2nd most populous country in the world behind China. It is still experiencing a rapid increase in its population. If the population continues to increase until 2035, it will overtake China.

Capital city

New Delhi, located at the edge of Rajasthan, in the north of the country. In 2018, the city had over 18 million inhabitants. It is the political and administrative center of the country. Area 1483km square, around 200,000 people come every year to find a job. Because of pollution, we cannot keep a car for more than 10 years, we are forced to change it. It has 6 metro lines, the buses run on methane gas (natural gas). This city has more than 1000 monuments. The city of Delhi is divided into 2 parts, the ancient medieval Mughal city and New Delhi

Languages ​​in India

The 2001 census counted 234 mother tongues in the country, including 122 important languages. The official language of the central government is Hindi spoken by 30% of the population. English, the language of the British colonizer, is spoken as a first or second language by 12% of the population. This language is regularly used in official and commercial circles. The Sanskrit language is a language taught in school and also used to practice the Hindu religion as most of the texts are in Sanskrit.