ndia a democratic country with its myriad cultures, languages and religions is the world’s most densely populated country with a population exceeding almost one billion. An economy that was largely impoverished and rural, India has come a long way since its independence in 1947 to become a potential economic superpower globally.
With its flourishing international trade of goods and services India today continues its quest to move ahead towards not just material gains but a better-improved human life. Indian culture has evolved over the centuries and gained its richness from its various visitors be they be invaders or merchants. The varied languages, cultural practices, customs and architecture are witness to its secular nature.
The passing of knowledge through generations was mostly practiced in form of verse then written. Thus most of early literary works in India before being put down on paper were sung or recited.
Through the ages India’s vast cultural heritage has bloomed into a rich treasure of handicrafts. In the times when the markets are full of machine made goods, the pool of hand crafted products like the Kashmir woollen carpets, zari embroidered fabrics, terracotta and ceramics, silk fabrics reflect the ethnic and cultural diversity of this country. Nothing compares to the magical appeal of these painstakingly crafted products that carry the elegance and exclusive style of India’s rich culture.
Over the last five decades India’s strong and consistent stress on being self-reliant and its economic development programme has resulted in the countries magnanimous wealth of professionals and expertise. India today surges ahead in a vast range of sectors be it Transportation, Education, Engineering, Agriculture, Communications, Information Technology, Banking, Finance, Management and many more. A big chunk of this expertise and professionals make the countries growing consultancy sector that not only caters to domestic needs but abroad as well.
The Indian economy today comprises of an assorted segments like traditional village farming, modern agriculture, handicrafts, range of modern industries and various services. More then 50% of India’s economic growth comes from the service industry leading to an enormous output with only 1/3rd of its labor force.
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