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ENJOY INDIA

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Marc Sedó Galimany

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FLAG OF INDIA
INTRODUCTION
-Official name of the country:
REPUBLIC OF INDIA OR BHARAT GANRAJYA.
-Capital city:
NEW DELHI.
-Other important cities:
MUMBAI, PUNE, BANGALORE, CHENNAI, HYDERABAD, KOLKATA, LUCKNOW, JAIPUR, AHMEBADAD AND NEW DELHI.
-Area:
3,287,590 km2
-Official languages:
HINDI AND ENGLISH.
-Population:
1,210,193,422 INHABITANTS (IN 2011).
-Religions:
HINDUISM, JAINISM, BUDDHISM, SIKHISM.
-Political structure:
FEDERAL PARLAMENTARY CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC.
-Currency:
INDIAN RUPEE
-Head of state:-Head of Govern/Prime minister:
PRIME MINISTER: MANMOHAN SINGH AND PRESIDENT:PRANAB MUKHERJEE.

PHYSICAL MAP OF INDIA
-Geographical features:
highest point:
KANGCHENJUNGA.
longest river:
GANGES.
climate:
TROPICAL CLIMATE.
islands:
ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS.
oceans and seas:
INDIAN OCEAN, ARABIAN SEA.
deserts:
RAJASTHAN.
INDIAN
RUPEES
-A short history of the country:
By the early 18th century, with the lines between commercial and political dominance being increasingly blurred, a number of European trading companies, including the English East India Company, had established coastal outposts. The East India Company's control of the seas, greater resources, and more advanced military training and technology led it to increasingly flex its military muscle and caused it to become attractive to a portion of the Indian elite; both these factors were crucial in allowing the Company to gain control over the Bengal region by 1765 and sideline the other European companies.
POLITICAL MAP OF INDIA

Its further access to the riches of Bengal and the subsequent increased strength and size of its army enabled it to annex or subdue most of India by the 1820s. India was then no longer exporting manufactured goods as it long had, but was instead supplying the British empire with raw materials, and many historians consider this to be the onset of India's colonial period. By this time, with its economic power severely curtailed by the British parliament and itself effectively made an arm of British administration, the Company began to more consciously enter non-economic arenas such as education, social reform, and culture.
After World War I, in which some one million Indians served,a new period began. It was marked by British reforms but also repressive legislation, by more strident Indian calls for self-rule, and by the beginnings of a non-violent movement of non-cooperation, of which Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi would become the leader and enduring symbol. During the 1930s, slow legislative reform was enacted by the British; the Indian National Congress won victories in the resulting elections. The next decade was beset with crises: Indian participation in World War II, the Congress's final push for non-cooperation, and an upsurge of Muslim nationalism. All were capped by the advent of independence in 1947, but tempered by the partition of India into two states: India and Pakistan.
ITINERARY
Hello family!

I am in India with Marc, to be more exactly I'm in Mumbai (our first stop). We arrived there yesterday at nine o'clock at night.
The weather is very hot because we're in Summer. The food is exotic and delicious! The hotel isn't very luxurious but we are happy in there. The people are very friendly. They help us in all the things we need. Mumbai is a very big city and there are a lot of things to visit.
We are having a very good time.

See you soon,
Pol
Fernandez Mendaña family

1, Montblanc street

08720 Vilafranca del Penedès

Barcelona (Catalonia)

Spain
Sedó Galimany family

56, Eugeni d'Ors street

08720 Vilafranca del Penedès

Barcelona (Catalonia)

Spain



Hello family!

I am in Agra with Pol. We arrived there yesterday at six o'clock in the evening by taxi. We visited the Taj Mahal. It was very funny and interesting. It's a tomb! The food is really nice and delicious! The hotel is a very good one! The people are very very friendly.
We are having a good time together.

Love and kisses,
Marc
Menu
MASALA LIBRARY
Starters:
Samosas...................................... 421.61 INR
Naan bread.................................2951.27 INR
Patata bada.................................252.97 INR
Main course:
Biryani...........................................63241.56 INR
Paratha.........................................337.29 INR
Baati..............................................590.25 INR
Desserts:
Rasgulla.........................................505.93 INR
Kulfi.................................................3794.49 INR
Burfi.................................................3794.49 INR
Drinks:
Coconut water............................168.64 INR
Nimbu pani..................................1264.83 INR
Kinji.................................................168.64 INR
AT THE RESTAURANT
Waiter: Hello, can I help you?
Pol: Yes, please. I'd like a table for two people.
Waiter: The table is there. What would you like to drink?
Marc: I'd like Kinji please.
Pol: I'd like coconut water.
Waiter: OK. Here is the coconut water and here the Kinji.
Marc: Thanks!
Waiter: What would you like to eat?
Pol: I'd like a Naan bread, please.
Marc: Me too, please.
Waiter: OK. Here it is.
Pol: Thanks!
Marc: And I'd like a Baati, please.
Pol: And I'd like a Biryani, please.
Waiter: OK. Here it is.
Pol: Mmm. Delicious!
Waiter: Would you like any dessert?
Pol: I'd like a Kulfi, please.
Marc: So do I.
Waiter:OK. Take it, please.
Marc: Excuse me. Can we have the bill, please?
Waiter: Yes, wait a moment ,please. That's 77560.61 INR, please.
Pol and Marc: OK. Here's the money. Goodbye!
Waiter: Goodbye! See you soon!
14th July 2014
Dear Empar,

We are in Kolkata in a big hotel. We arrived there three days ago by car.

Yesterday we had a very big problem. When we were going to dinner. We discovered that there wasn't anything for dinner! People in the hotel were angry and sad.

The cheff and the other cooks bought meat and salad in a shop in front of the hotel. Don't worry. The problem is solved.

Kisses,

Marc and Pol

AT THE TICKET OFFICE
Marc: Good afternoon!
Officer: Good afternoon! Can I help you?
Pol: Yes, please. We'd like two return plane tickets to Barcelona, please.
Officer: OK! Gate 207.
Marc: What time is the flight?
Officer: The flight leaves at 21.00 p.m.
Pol: Thank you very much!
Officer: You're welcome.
Pol and Marc: Goodbye!
Officer: Goodbye!
FIRST DAY IN THE DESERT
Now, we are going to tell you our first day in the desert.

When we arrived at the desert of Tajasthan we were very excited. We arrived in the desert at 8.00 in the morning.

We ate rice and chicken. We bought that in Kolkata. After eating something, we walked to a campsite. When it was 19.00 p.m. we got to the base. In the campsite there were a lot of people waiting for us. They helped us to put up the tent and they made dinner. It was delicious. At 22.00 p.m. we went to bed because we were very very tired.

It was an exciting and fantastic day!

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