My Country Essay India For Kids for Class 1, 2
- The name of my country is India.
- It is a beautiful country in the continent of Asia.
- There is the great Himalayas in the North of India.
- In the South there is the Indian ocean.
- The Bay of Bengal is to the East of our country.
- To the west there is the Arabian Sea.
- Great patriots were born in this land , who fought for their mother land and gave us freedom.
- On 15th of August 1947 India become independent.
- Our country is ancient land of knowledge and culture.
- I love my country and I am proud of country.
My country Essay for class 2:After adding the above points, following points should be added to make it up to the level of class 2.
- The name India derived from the world Indus; which is indirectly derived from the Sanskrit word Sindhu.
- Bharat is the official name of India.
- Sometimes it is also designated by Hindustan.
- Hindustan is the Persian word that means land of Hindus
- India is the 7th largest country by area.
- It is the second most populated country in the world with 1.21 billion population.
- It is the most populous democratic country with parliamentary system.
- There are 29 states and 7 union territories (latest 2014 report).
- Madhya Pradesh is the largest states by area.
- Goa is the smallest states by area.
- Hindi is the national language of India.
- Indian economy is the tenth largest one by GDP.
- It shares it land with Nepal, ,Bhutan, Bangla Desh, Pakistan , China and Burma.
- It has the highest mountain peak Everest in the world.
- India is a penisula surrounded by Arabian sea, Indian ocean and Bay of Bengal .
- It is the only country in the world to be named after an ocean; Indian ocean.
- India has two island Andaman and Nicobar island and Lakshadeep island.
- It is one of the fastest growing economy in the world.
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1. Surprised, Confused or Amused
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The variety, colour and devotion involved in India’s kaleidoscope of religions is mesmerising.
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10. Mix of Old and New
In India, on a daily basis, you see what life must have been like hundred of years ago. Some things remain totally unchanged. And yet you also get a glimpse of the future, the exciting potential of a fast-developing superpower.