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charities
5.www.indiashelter.in.com
India shelter builds shelters for families in poorer parts of India where they don't have any shelter.
religion
culture
tradition
1. www.i-indiaonline.com
This charity helps street children, who are children that don't have a home or a family and are living on the street. This charity gives them a home, family and an education.
india
INDIA
India is the seventh largest
country by area, having 28 states and is 1.27 million square miles. India also is the second
largest country by population with around
1,266,476,000 people.
India
by tess maxwell
10 Critical
Global Issues
water
shelter
war
education
India hasn't invaded any country in its last 1000 years.

Youth (15-24 years) literacy rate 2008-2012, male 88.4%

Youth (15-24 years) literacy rate 2008-2012, female 74.4%


India on a world map
India
India is located 21.7679 degrees north and 78.8718 degrees east.
India's neighboring countries are Afghanistan, Bhutan, China and Nepal. India is north of the Indian ocean
2.www.charitywater.org
This charity helps to provide clean healthy drinking water to towns and city's in India that don't have access to any.
3.www.worldvision.com.au
World vision online help children in India lets you sponsor s child online to help them with shelter, food, clean drinking water, education and also by helping one child you can also let some of your money go towards helpng the village, town or city that they live in
4.wwwwomenandchildrenfirst.org.au
This charity helps children and babies who don't have parents or carers. they find mothers for the street children of India which also can lead to and education and a shelter.
If India were made up of 100 people
82% Hinduism,
12% islam,
2% Sikhism,
0.7% Buddhism,
0.5% Jainism,
0.3% would be other

India created 4 of the worlds most popular religions Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism.
6. www.unicef.org
UNICEF help poor children that
have no home or family to help
care for them. they help children
that are living on the sreetsaround
the world and give them shelter,
education, food, water and a family
the traditional clothing for men is the dhoti, an unstitched piece of cloth that is tied around the waist and legs. men also wear a kurta which is a loose shirt that is worn at about knee length. on special occasions men wear a shurwani which is a long coat that is buttoned up to the collar and down to past the knees
women:
men:
one of the biggest traditions in India is the wedding that lasts over a few days. The wedding is a big event and lots of family members and friends attend. women always dress in bright colorful saris as that's the traditional clothing to wear to a wedding. for men the tradition is to wear a shurwani which is a coat only worn on special occasions with buttons that must be buttoned right up to the top of the collar and down past the knees


























food:
clothing :
a sari is a long colorful jeweled dress worn by women in India. it is worn for traditional and special occasions but it also can be worn to go out somewhere. it is a long peice of silk that is wrapped around the body to create a type of dress
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Australia:
references
www.wikipedia.com (for photos)
www.tucantravel.com
www.goldenindiatours.com
currency
1 Indian Rupee = 0.018 Australian Dollars
1 Australian Dollar = 54.09 Indian Rupee
Indian rupee is the official currency of the republic of India.
65 million people live in slums in India
There were an estimated 49 thousand slums in urban India in 2008-2009
1: Maurya Empire (322 BC–185 BC)
2: Gupta Empire 320 CE–600s CE
3: Chalukya dynasty (543 CE –753 CE)
4: Pala Empire (750 CE – 1174 CE)
5: Mughal Empire (1526–1857)
6: Maratha Empire (1674–1818)
7: Company rule in India (1757–1858)
8: British India (1858–1947)
9: India (1947–Present)

wars involving India
It is illegal to take indian currency (rupee) out of India
www.indianetzone.com
more than 1 million indians are millionairs. yet most indians live on less than $2 a day, leaving around %35 of indians below the poverty line.
Most traditional indian dishes use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian food is also greatly influenced by religious and cultural choices and traditions.
Historical incidents such as foreign invasions, trade relations and colonialism have also played a role in introducing certain foods to the country.
a country in southern Asia occupying the greater part of the Indian, subcontinent; pop. 1,156,897,800 (est. 2009); official languages Hindu and English (fourteen other languages are recognized as official in certain regions; of these, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu have most first-language speakers); capital, New Delhi. Hindi name Bharat.
definition:
indian spices
indian massaman curry

Primary
93%

Secondary
69%

Post secondary
25%

enrollment:
This is a school bus for poorer schools or children that cant afford to get a proper bus.
kindergarden - nursery
grade 1-5 (age 6-11) - primary
grade 6-10 (age 11-15) - secondary
grade 11-12 (age 16-17) - higher secondary



India is facing a fresh water crisis. India has just 4% of the world’s fresh water — but 16% of the global population. Half of India’s water supply in rural areas, where 70% of the country’s population lives, is routinely contaminated with toxic bacteria. Every year, about 600,000 Indian children die of diarrhea or pneumonia, often caused by toxic water or poor hygiene
www.theglobalist.com
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