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Bollywood is the India’s version of California’s Hollywood, but the films are a little different from typical American films.Its more romance.
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Timeline part 1

1947-indias could not have freedom because of there religions.

1992-muslim in india believe to destroy the mosque because of there religion and killed over 20,000 people have a election and they lost they riots started it was madness.

1984-It was a military assault the Golden Temple.

1947- Mahatma Gandhi never wanted India to be divided in two parts on the base of religions that is Hindu and Muslim but Jinnah didn’t agree and had great demands.So they killed each other.

1919-There was a war between the Indies and the British they where fighting over the British rule.

Timeline PART 2

(1910-1947)-Chandrasekhar Azad like this fighter is getting hang because they tried to kill the Indies.


1603-1680-When the king was still alive he help fight and destroy people in win wars and also he was a fighter in wars he had a good strives to win wars.

(273 BC)-It was the most big and unforgettable empire with great history of the kings of Maureen empire in India.

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Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, India. He went to London to study law. After, he became a political advocate for the rights of Indians in his home country and South Africa. He was a pioneer of resistance through mass non violent civil disobedience.

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Mahatma Gandhi part 2

Gandhi was known for being a spiritual leader. He believed in simple living-making his own clothes, eating a vegetarian diet, and fasting for self-purification. He is known for being a beacon of hope for oppressed people around the world. He was killed by a fanatic in 1948.


Hinduism is a Hinduism is the world's oldest extant religion, with a billion followers, which makes it the world's third largest religion. of religious and cultural ideas and practices that originated in India, characterized by the belief in reincarnation, one absolute being of multiple manifestations, the law of cause and effect, following the path of righteousness, and the desire for liberation from the cycle of births and deaths.


Dharma stands for the ultimate moral balance of all things. Dharma belongs to the universe and to the individual as well.

A Hindu's dharma is played out in all areas of life: religious, social, and familial. If a person makes a promise, the promise must be kept at all costs. Like if, the faithful maintain their religious rituals while attending to their family's needs.


karma stands for the belief that a person experiences the affects of his or her actions that every act or thought has consequences. Living in a balanced universe if an individual disturbs this order, he or she will suffer commensurately. How, then, can a Hindu hope to find redemption from wrongdoing? If the person does not lead a pure and stainless life, what hope is there for happiness? The answer lies in samsara.And that is Karma.


Is there life after death well????Well samsara believe once you die you get another chance to live like some people believe that cats have 9 lives.


ITS A PLACE WHERE GOOD RULES OVER evil.They celebrate it by putting rows of lights every where. And its the one of the biggest celebration at all times.

compare and contrast

Both-they both walk down the rows like the both wedding do.

They both take a pelage to each other to promise they will do good deeds to each other.

Hindu Marriage Ceremony-They stand right in front of a fire to say there pelage to each other.

Wedding Ceremony-its a place where you pelage the lord for your marriage would last forever.

Fun facts

  • India is officially known as the Republic of India.

  • India has the second largest population in the world, with over 1.2 billion people (1,205,073,612 as of July 2012).

  • India is the seventh largest country by total area.

  • India belongs to the continent of Asia, it is bordered by the countries of Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, China, Nepal, and Pakistan.

  • The highest mountain in India is Kanchenjunga, standing at 8,598m (28,209 ft), which it shares with Nepal. Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world.