7 Amazing facts about India

India is the largest active democracy in the world. It is quite amazing to look at the current statistics and see that India is emerging as one of the most sustainable economies of the future. This rapid growth of India will most likely overshadow the development of other surrounding Asian countries.

The purchasing power of Indian people is increasing rapidly to match the consumers in United States and Europe put together. Currently, the main sectors in India that are identified as having immense potential of growth are infrastructure, information technology, education, agriculture and food processing.

Indians are gaining recognition in the other parts of the world as well. There are so many interesting facts about India, e.g., Indian professionals constitute towards a major percentage of staff employed by big companies present in the world today.

Here are some amazing facts about India that can easily be identified:

  • It is believed that in the next 3 years, up to 25% of the world's population living in New York will be Indians.
  • As per Goldman Sachs, India's GDP per capita will multiply 4 times from 2007 to 2020.
  • According to the recent study, the price of properties in big cities of India like, Mumbai and Delhi has more than doubled in the past 18 months.
  • Since 2006, the technology hub of India called Bangalore has increased its office supply 6 times and now has more Grade-A offices than Singapore.
  • The outsourced IT services to India amount towards a $47 billion dollar industry which is almost half of the total outsourced IT services.
  • India has spent $50 billion dollars on arms and other defense related material over the last decade making it the world's 2nd largest importer of arms.
  • India is one of the biggest movie market and is bigger than America and Canada put together. India sold around 3.2 billion movie tickets in 2010.

Some facts about animals in India

India has a wide range of animal species. From rare to the rarest of species can be found in the wildlife forests of India.

The varied landscape and