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India By Shanae, Crispin and Jake

This is our prezi of India and we are telling you about there multicultle and there flag and numbers to ten i hope you guys like it and enjoy it
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Transcript of India By Shanae, Crispin and Jake

India By Shanae, Crispin and Jake
INDIAN DANCING
HOW TO COUNT TO TEN IN INDIAN!
references
http://www.facts-about-india.com/amazing-facts-about-india.php
The Indian flag
MAP OF INDIA
This is the map of India,
The capital city of India is New Delhi.
The largest cities are Mumbai, Bangalore and New Delhi.
BASIC/RANDOM FACTS
The estimated population of
India was 1.7 billion in 2013
NOW FOR THE
RED
QUESTIONS

Indians created yoga
and has lasted for over
5000 Years!
Did you know that
indians created chess?
1. eik
2. doe
3. teen
4. chaar
5. paanch
6. chay
7. saath
8. aath

9. no
10. das
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_India_a_multicultural_world?#slide=7
Music: Taj Mahal_Music of ancient india.mp3 - length: 10:53
•India is the seventh largest country by total area
•India became an independent nation in 1947 after ending British rule that began in 1858
This is Indian flag
http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/countries/india.html
What does multicultural mean?
multicultural
means when a country accepts other culture's and speaks other languages like Australia. India is multicultural but not like USA and Australia, over it's 5 thousand year old history it has accepted other languages, foods and clothes so it is multicultural. This means America and India are multicultural.
What contributions have significant individuals and groups made he development of multicultural Australia?

Indians have brought many things to our multicultural country Australia. 1. Foods like Butter Chicken, Curry and Naan bread. 2. Culture like there dancing, language and buddhas

Who were the people who that came to
Australia?
The first indian who came to
Australia was on Captain Cook's ship who
were one of the first settlers of Australia.
Indians migrated to Australia because of
the lack of government funding and for a
better life.

What does the flag represent
?
Green is a symbol of hope, joy, fertility and love
white stands for peace and honesty
The blue is for vigilance, truth and loyalty
http://www.ask.com/question/what-does-the-india-flag-represent
Group: India!
Meal name: Naan bread with Curry lime yogurt

Ingredients
natural yogurt
plain flour
salt
teaspoon yeast
teaspoon sugar
baking powder
table spoons of oil
warm water

teaspoon of curry powder
teaspoons lime juice

Quantity
2 1/2 tablespoons
2 cups
1 teaspoon
1 teaspoon
1 teaspoon
Pinch
2 tablespoons
¾ cup

2 teaspoons
¼ teaspoons Cost
$4.00
No pay
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No pay
70 cents a lime

TOTAL COST- $4.70

Method (How?)
1. Mix yeast with water into a bowl and then set aside
2. Sift flour and add salt, sugar and baking powder and mix together
3. Add yogurt and then mix again, then add water with yeast and oil
4. Form into a dough, by kneading on a floured surface
5. Place dough back into the bowl and proof in a warm place, covered with a cloth for 4 hours or until dough rises well
6. Preheat oven to 230-240c. Place 2 trays in an oven to heat well.
7. Divide dough into 6 equal parts and roll into rectangles 6mm thick.
8. Before placing the dough into the oven have wet fingertips with water and pat very lightly on the dough.
9. Line trays with baking paper before placing Naan on top.
10. Bake until golden spots appear and the dough is cooked.
11. Spread hot bread with garlic butter or serve plain.

Cooking time (oven stove etc)
Cooking time is 230 degrees celcies

Resources needed from home
Lime squeezer

Method (How?)
1. Mix yeast with water into a bowl and then set aside
2. Sift flour and add salt, sugar and baking powder and mix together
3. Add yogurt and then mix again, then add water with yeast and oil
4. Form into a dough, by kneading on a floured surface
5. Place dough back into the bowl and proof in a warm place, covered with a cloth for 4 hours or until dough rises well
6. Preheat oven to 230-240c. Place 2 trays in an oven to heat well.
7. Divide dough into 6 equal parts and roll into rectangles 6mm thick.
8. Before placing the dough into the oven have wet fingertips with water and pat very lightly on the dough.
9. Line trays with baking paper before placing Naan on top.
10. Bake until golden spots appear and the dough is cooked.
11. Spread hot bread with garlic butter or serve plain.

Cooking time (oven stove etc)
Cooking time is 230 degrees celcies

Resources needed from home
Lime squeezer
Ingredients
natural yogurt
plain flour
salt
teaspoon yeast
teaspoon sugar
baking powder
table spoons of oil
warm water

teaspoon of curry powder

jelly!!!
Indian traditional dance routine at the embassy in Perth western Australia dancing a kuchipudi song.

Indians clothing THE SARI
The sari is the traditional garment of an Indian woman. It is an unstitched piece of cloth, which varies from five to nine yards in length and can be worn in different styles. A sari is worn over a petticoat and a short-sleeved midriff-baring blouse. The most popular style of wearing a sari is by tucking one end into the petticoat at the waist while a major portion of it is pleated neatly and tucked in the front. The rest of the sari, which is known as the pallu or pallav is taken over the left shoulder. The pallu is the most fascinating and striking feature of a sari, it is often heavily embellished with woven motifs or embroidery.

http://hinduonline.co/HinduCulture/IndianTraditionalCostume.html
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