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Defining India Tectonically!

Definition of India
"A subcontinent created on the piece of land called Gondwana after the breakup of super continent Panasea  200 million years ago which floated and banged to other super-continent 'Laurasia' around around 10 Million years ago. This effect formed mountain Himalaya and created several of these rivers is called 'Indus' river which is known as the place where oldest civilization of the world called 'Idus Vally Civilization' is discovered which existed around 3500 year ago. 'INDIA is  corruptly pronounced after river 'INDUS' meeting by the Indian Ocean."

:-Jitendra Verma

India is not an ordinary country! The Ganga-Bramhputra Basin is worlds largest fertile land in the world and Ganga-Yamuna Basin is the words most fertile land of the world. More than 3500 plant species are being found only and only in India. Indian soils is different then Aisa see figure below. 

Take telescopic view or microscopic view: India remain the dream country for many rulers of the world. A like it happens with a beautiful Girl mother India remain the irony of the eye for many rulers with a lust of conquering it. Aryans, Greece, Parsia, Mugal, Pathans and Frace, Portuguese, Britain everyone wanted to reign on Delhi Sultanate! They came as enemy but settled here as a son of Mother India! 

We accepted them all, and as the land was from Africa, Rivera were from Himalaya, people too came from all the walks of globe! India in true definition is a homogeneous mixture of All Skin color, customs and languages... no one alone can claim singular right on it!. 

It took five million years to this earth to become conducive to life and 8000 years for human to start civilization (began some 12000 years ago). Theories are many but most of them agree that Africa is the place where first human species were been found. From Mediterrian-Sea this breed of two legs started dwelling and migrated all across the Asia and Europe. Greece, Mesopotamia, Harappa and Shinto are some oldest civilization established trade relationship as complex as of the computation of inflation, taxation and currency definition.

Due to trade and transportation of goods, interaction, intersection and homogenous configuration of one civilization with another become a bound to happen circumstance. This effect attracted mega-revolt and dissatisfactions and resulted into the further break-up and make up the civilizations based upon the various conflicts and acceptances. These new group no longer remain identified as a civilization rather as a Religions. Some 2000 years ago begin the era of spreading ones religion by culminating others. This era turned out to be concurrent with the era termed as the sun set era of Greece and Vedic civilizations. Islam was taking over the Middle East and northern Africa… Christian was spreading in Europe and extreme Europe. One measure blow given to Vedic civilization by Buddhists but soon after this dent they migrated to China and South East Asia.
Around 4th BC India comprised of Greece, Aryans, Islam, Christian, Buddhists and Dravid, Hoond, Kushand and many such civilizations turned religions. Every one of them was the master of one over other technology. Greece were good at Medicine, Islam were good in Warfare, Christians good in politics and trade… this is the first time when almost everyone displayed their will to conquer India but India remain in control of Magadha Dynasty for long…. Ashoka The great made the first ever international border of India very big and dissimilar as compare to today!
The invasion of Islamic rulers become the death of Indian intellectual enrichment… except a few philosophical and linguistic artists India not bit developed the Agriculture, Calendar Science , Mathematics, Physics or Medical till 1947!
These 1200 years of Indians slavery turned everything off! During Harappa’s era India was 35% trade partner of the world during Ashoka’s era 28% of the world, during Aurangjebs 1759AD 24% of th world and in 1952AD after freedom 1.26% of the world… Aghast!
1974AD Nuclear Test, 1998AD six nuclear tests in a row 2003AD LCA Fighter Aircraft, GSLV launch… Chandryaan Moon Mission 2014AD India is back on the race of world leaders!!! Mother India Jindabad, Inqlaab Jindabad! Jai Hind!  


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