25 Interesting Facts About Our Great Country India


Incredible India is a place of harmony and peace. India is the origin of various races, religions and diversity is at best here. It is merely impossible to describe this place in few words.

However we have figured out some 25 interesting facts that will relate to our study:-


Srinagar’s post office that floats which was founded on 2011’s august. It has the largest postal connection across 155015 post offices.


In 2011 Kumbh Mela had so huge gathering that it was even visible from space.

Meghalaya’s Mawsynram and Cherrapunji is moistest for the highest rainfall in the world.

The steel wires of Bandra Worli Steelink took tremendous effort to be build in order to equalize earth’s circumference.

Chail cricket ground of Himachal Pradesh is the highest cricket ground which was established in 1983.

Unbelievably, the shampooing concept developed in India.

Indian kabaddi team, both men and women, has unbreakable records of being undefeated till date.

That is present in mars is discovered by India’s ISRO’s advanced satellites.

26th of may is regarded as science day in Switzerland in honour of late A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.

The first president of India, Dr Rajendra Prasad only claimed 50% of his salary which also decreased gradually.

India’s first rocket was light enough to be carried in bicycle to the launching station.

The elephants have availability of grand treatment of spa only in India.

India ranks second position among English speaking countries.

No other place in India has this amount of vegetarian as India has making it largest one.

The largest quantity of milk has been produced in India surpassing all other nations

Production techniques of sugar had been the brain child of India.

In India a female, Shakuntala Devi, was conferred the title of human calculator because of her astonishing speed of calculating three digit number only in 28 seconds.

The creator of both India’s and Bangladesh’s national anthem was an Indian namely Rabindranath Tagore.

Hitler proffered the Dhyan Chand, then master of hockey, the citizenship for Germany. Though it was turned down by the latter due to his patriotism.

It is quite unimaginable that the famous singer Freddie Mercury and Hollywood’s Ben Kingsley who won Oscar, are Indian descendents.

Rakesh Sharma’s on first landing when asked about his Indian visibility from space, he responded with ‘Saare jahaan se achcha” with profound love for motherland.

It is surprising that Havell’s that has been so famous for their electrical goods and appliances, is purely Indian company.

Diamonds were first and foremost discovered in India along the river Krishna belt.

For voting of only one citizen, India sets up booth in Gir forest.

Ludo’s famous snake and ladder game originated in India which gradually spread across the world.