India VS England

India and England both have rich, glorious histories. In today’s India VS England blog title, I will discuss the current situation by comparing the two countries.

India

India is the largest democracy in South Asia, officially the Republic of India. It is the largest in South Asia in terms of geographical size. On the other hand, India is the seventh largest country in the world. In terms of population, this country is the second most populous country in the world and the largest democracy in the world. Pakistan is located on the western border of India and China, Nepal and Bhutan are located on the northeast. Bangladesh and Myanmar are located east of India. There are also Sri Lanka, Maldives and Indonesia in the Indian Ocean. Surrounded by the Indian Ocean to the south, the Arabian Sea to the west, and the Bay of Bengal to the east, the combined length of the Indian coastline is 7,517 km (4,671 miles).

Inside Indian history

From time immemorial, the Indian subcontinent has been in the spotlight of other nations of the world for its economic prosperity and cultural heritage. The historical Indus Civilization developed in this region and lasted for many years.

Multiple giant empires were established here in different periods of history. It is known from history that various famous trade routes maintained trade and cultural relations of this region with other civilizations of the world. India is the birthplace of these four world religions Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.

In the first millennium AD, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam entered the country and made a significant impact on Indian culture. From the first half of the eighteenth century, the British East India Company was gradually able to bring most of the Indian Territory under its control. In the middle of the nineteenth century, the country became a full-fledged British colony. Then, after a long struggle for independence, India emerged as an independent state in 1947. With the enactment of the Constitution in 1950, India became a sovereign democratic republic.

Present India

India is currently the largest democracy in the world with a parliamentary republic with 28 states and 8 union territories. The Indian economy is the twelfth largest in the world in terms of market exchange rates and the fourth largest in terms of purchasing power parity. Today, India is the second fastest growing economy in the world in terms of economic growth as a result of the fiscal reform policy adopted by the Government of India in 1991. However, extreme poverty, illiteracy and malnutrition are still major problems in India. Culturally, India is a multi-religious, multilingual, and multinational country. The diversity of wildlife and flora is also observed in this country.

England

England is a developed country in the United Kingdom. The country is bordered by Wales to the west, Scotland to the north, the Irish Sea to the northwest, and the Celtic Sea to the southwest. The North Sea to the east and the English Channel to the south have separated England from the mainland of Europe. Its population is 83% of the total population of the United Kingdom and the country consists of two-thirds of the island of Great Britain and more than a hundred small islands. London, the capital of England, is one of the largest cities and economic centers in Europe.

England, rich in knowledge and science, has ruled many countries in the world. People all over the world are eager to live in this dream country. The tremendous progress of this country in the field of education and medical sector surprised all the states of the world.

England has made significant contributions to world sports. This country is the origin of many games. Football and cricket are especially popular here. Lord’s Cricket Ground is globally known as the home of cricket.

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