The current political system of India (federal republic) has been present since 1950 and the country is governed in a democratic parliamentary system.
One of the things that make India stand apart in the world is the fact that it is a multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. In the past couple of years, India’s economy has been viewed as fast-growing, especially in the technology sector.
This is a nuclear-weapon state that ranks high in military expenditure. When it comes to the territory, India borders with the Indian Ocean to the south, the Arabic Sea on the southwest, Pakistan to the west, the Bay of Bengal to the southeast, Bhutan, China, and Nepal to the north, and finally, with Myanmar and Bangladesh to the east.
India is home to over 400 native languages and by taking a look at the religion, Hinduism is the largest religion (79.8%), followed by Islam (14.2%), and Christianity (2.3%). Other religions in the nation are Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, etc. Forests comprise 21% of its territory and thanks to India’s culture, wildlife is protected.