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There will be many mysterious facts about India if you keep on digging because India is land of full of mysteries as once you start to dig in you will never know what you gonna discover in the process, Therefore we have started these series in order to let you know some of the facts about India which maybe you have never even heard.

India Is Country In Which Every Great Religion Finds A Home.

~Annie Besant

5 Facts About India

Also, Read: A Forgotten Empire: Vijayanagar

Facts about india

Cricket is like secondary religion to every Indian as it is the most watched sports in India. There are various beautiful cricket stadiums in India but one stand-out among all as it is situated at an altitude of 2.444 Metres in Chail, Himachal Pradesh declared as highest cricket stadium in the world.

Facts about india

Mawsynram, A Beautiful village situated in the Khasi hills of Meghalaya receives the highest recorded average rainfall in the world of 1140cms which is situated at 1500 meter above the sea level. Mawsynram is also declared as the wettest place on earth.

Facts about india

Many of you will get shocked or stunned by the fact that shampooing is an Indian concept. We are not talking about big chemical brands but uses herbs in it, Also ‘shampoo’ derived from famous Sanskrit work ”champu” (Massage).

Facts about india

India’s famous Kumbh Mela recently inscribed on the UNESCO’s Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. In 2011, The one-meter resolution image of the Maha Kumbh Mela was collected by Space Imaging’s Ikonos satellite, which travels four miles per-second in an orbit 423 miles above Earth with over 75 Million pilgrims.

Facts about india

As Mentioned in Ancient India’s Inventions in Science and Technology, The plastic surgery first was performed in india by Sushruta: The first Plastic Surgeon in 600 B.C.  of nose practiced at that time which is also known as rhinoplasty. The first Cataract Surgery also performed by Sushruta in the same time span.

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