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World Atlas. 18 April 2009. Graphic Maps. 1 March 2010 .
This article discusses the geographies of India, landscape, and demographics. It describes how India is one of the most fertile countries and therefore the second most populated country in the world. In addition, it describes how India is divided into 28 states and that is capital city is New Delhi. There are also seven union territories, which makes India the country with the most union territories in the world. This source seem biased and all of the information can’t be verified with my other sources. This information can’t be useful for my presentation because I’m presenting on India’s history and this source is on only about demographics. [107]

India Site. 16 April 2007. 1 March 2010 .
This Article mostly focuses in the independence of India and the different stages it has gone to become the country that it is now. The article describes how India was first discover and ruled by Portuguese government and how soon after became a British colony. For many years the British had complete power over the Indian government, but during the early 1900’s Gandhi started a nonviolent revolutionary movement against the British government which, soon became a big part for the independence of India. This source was credible and supported most of the other cites that I researched. Most of the information from this site will be useful for my presentation because I’m presenting on the history of India and the site describes stage by stage the history of India. [129]

“Indian Culture.” Indian Culture Society. 21 Oct. 2009. Cultural India. 1 march 2010 .
This article specifically focuses on the modern society of India. It describes how Indian culture is one of the oldest and unique in the world. The article also describes how Hinduism is the dominant religion in India and how because of this there have been several other conflicts Hindus and people from other religions.

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