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Topic : Some Questions Pertaining to Indian Culture and the subcontinent

Sam L.
11/26/2018
City: FlowerMound
Hello, I am a student in a school and I have to do a report on a country, and part of that is by me asking 10 questions for educational purpose only. Here are the questions:1.) Do any of the Indian languages as Hindi and Telgo have a root language?2.) Why was India ruled by the British?3.) Is Indian Independence Day the day celebrating Indias Independence from Britain?4.) Why does India seem to have a split up? Such as some stuff may only apply to North India?5.) What is the government system like in India, and is the Parliament of India similar to that of Britain?6.) Does the caste system still in effect today in India7.) What was the reason for the building of Taj Mahal?8.) Is it real or fake that a king/noble built Taj Mahal in honor of his beloved wife?9.) Does India have good relations with Britain?10.) Out of the two religions, Buddhism and Hinduism, which is more primarily followed in India?Thanks for reading through and I would like to get answers in one comment for ALL these questions. Thanks!

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Sam L.
12/7/2018
City: FlowerMound
Hello, these are some good questions that I can answer for you. I will start off with number one and go down. And yes, I dont mind using these answers for educational purposes.1.) Yes, many Indian languages have a root language, especially the language Hindi has a root language known as the Indo-Aryan group. This falls especially under Hindi, Telugu, and other major Indian languages.2.) Since the British were looking for land that had exotic minerals, great land, temperate climate and an easy to settle in place, they thought Indians were not hard to deal with, hence them ruling over India for a long period of time.3.) Yes, Indian Independence Day Celebrates Indias separation from Britain in the 1940s due to India peacefully resisting the British and many know the idea to come from Gahndi.4.) Well, much of Northern India has more Asian influences from China, Tibet and the east side Persian like countries. So much of North India is different than South India, not politically but culturally.5.) Indias government style was adopted in the 1950s after separation from Britain and now has a similar parliamentary style government as the British government has now.6.) Unfortunately, the caste system still is seen throughout India and is there due to the religious and wealth separation, and much of it due to the still large amount of poverty in India.7.) The reason for the Taj Mahal being built was that Saha Jahan for his wife named Mumtaz Mahal. This was due to the husbands very much love with his wife and made the Taj Mahal as her final resting place.8.) Yes, as said above it was not a noble king that built the Taj Mahal, but was built from a noble wealthy aristocrat in India.9.) In the early 1900s India had sour relations politically and financially with Britain, but now that Britain has separated from ruling India, the Indian to British relationship is mutualistic now.10.) Buddhism is the second followed in India, Hinduism is the primary followed religion in India.From,SamLardo

 
 
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