India is a greatest country where people speak different languages . That’s the reasons India is famous for the common saying of “unity in diversity“. India is the seventh-largest country in the whole world. India has the second-largest population in the world. It is surrounded by oceans from three sides which are Bay of Bengal in the east, the Arabian Sea in the west and Indian oceans in the south. Tiger is the national animal of India. Peacock is the national bird of India. Mango is the national fruit of India. People of different religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism lives together from ancient times. India is also rich in monuments, tombs, churches, historical buildings, temples, museums, scenic beauty, wildlife sanctuaries, places of architecture and many more. The great leaders and freedom fighters are from India.
In addition to these facts, 10 more interesting facts about India are given below:
Coimbatore is the Second largest City in Tamil Nadu, India After Chennai and the sixteenth largest urban agglomeration of India . With a population of more than 50 lakhs. There are more than 30,000 tiny small, medium and large industries and textile mills. The city is known for its entrepreneurship of its residents. The climate is comfortable round the year.
The city is situated on the banks of the river Noyyal. Coimbatore existed even prior to the 2nd Century AD as a small tribal village capital called Kongunad until it was brought under Chola control in the 2nd or 3rd Century AD by Karikalan, the first of the early Cholas. When Kongunad fell to the British along with the rest of the state, its name was changed to Coimbatore and it is by this name that is known today, except in Tamil, in which it is called Kovai.
There are more than 30,000 small, medium, large scale industries and textile mills. Coimbatore is also famous for the manufacture of motor pump sets and varied engineering goods, due to which it has earned the title ” Detroit of the South India”. The Development of Hydro electricity from the Pykara Falls in the 1930s led to a cotton boom in Coimbatore. The result has been a strong economy and a reputation as one of the greatest industrial cities in South India.
The city is also known for it’s educational institutions. Coimbatore Agricultural University is renowned as one of the best colleges of it’s kind in South Asia. In spite of it’s industrial and technological growth, traditions and age old customs are still held in high esteem. The temples bear witness to the religiousness and love of art and architecture of the people. There are also a number of places of tourist interest around Coimbatore. udagamandalam (Ooty for short), is one of the most popular tourist spots in India.