Cameron Sothan


Country: India

Capital: New Delhi

Population: 1,220,800,359 As Of: 2013-2014

  • India is made of mostly mountains.

  • North of India is Nepal
  • South of India is Sri Lanka
  • East of India is Bangladesh
  • West of India is Pakistan

History of India

History of India -

In the Indus Valley people lived in mud houses, or what you would call mud-brick homes.

Thousands of years ago, there was even indoor plumbing in few homes.

Some think the Indus Valley people started declining around 1700 B.C., when hundreds of years later, the Aryans came.

Aryan's took control of the region and made their capital at Delhi.

People and Places

To many farmers, the Gandes River is very important, which is south of the Himalayas.

In India, there are several hundred languages spoken.

Most people speak Hindi, English, or even both.

India holds the birthplace of four religions; Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.


When people have parties, they buy new clothes.

Folk dancers and acrobats take to the streets to so off their talents for the New Year.

For most people in India, they don't eat meat at all.

Indian children always war uniforms, white shirts and usually colored pants or skirts.


India is the largest democracy, or government ruled by the people.

India has 28 states.

More than half the adults work in farming.

Cities are almost always filled with the many buses, taxis, and motor scooters.

My Choice

The weather sometimes reaches about 120 degrees farenhieit.

Monsoons come between June and September.

Teachers are always called Sir or Madam.

Information From -

"India." CultureGrams Kids Edition. ProQuest, 2014. Web. 1 Apr 2014.