These 21 Facts About India And United States Seem Too Amazing To Be Real
February 13th, 2015 | by Web Desk
Get ready to check out these 21 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know.
- India is the world largest democracy with about 1.2 billion people living in it.
- Alaska, one of the states in US is the place with highest percentage of people who walk in order to work.
- The Kumbh festival organized for Indian saints is considered to be world’s biggest festival. Around 100 million people come to the country to attend the Kumbh mela.
- US is well known for its conspiracy theory as 21% of Americans believe the fact that no have has ever reached till the moon.
- India’s Hindu calendar is the only one that has 6 seasons; winter, summer, spring, autumn, monsoon and the prevernal.
- The Colors in American flag are officially termed as ‘Old glory red’, ‘White’, ‘Old glory blue’.
- It’s perfectly legal to take Indian currency out of India.
- Grizzly bear is considered as the national animal of California. However; none of such specie has found in there since 1922.
- India is even highly polluted country. The reports suggest the fact that for just one day, breathing the air in Mumbai is equivalent of smoking 100 cigarettes.
- More breakfast cereal is made in Battle Creek, Michigan than in any other city worldwide.
- Indians always believe in unity. You would be amazed to know that the world’s biggest family live together in India where a man has 39 wives with 94 children.
- The seven rays on the crown of the Statue of Liberty are highly popular. But do you know what they signify? Actually, these seven rays represent the seven continents. Each measures up to 9 feet in length and weighs as much as 150 pounds
- India is the country to have lowest meat consumption per person. Reports state that the country is the leading one in order to preserve animals.
- In US, the declaration of independence was written on Hemp paper.
- India is amazing; reports state that the country has more mobile phones as compared with the no. of toilets.
- The American one dollar note contains varying images. It also represents a hidden spider in the upper right corner of the note.
- This one’s really funny. Children’s day is celebrated in India on 14th November, exactly 9 months after Valentine’s Day.
- Thomas Jefferson and John Adams both died on July 4, 1826 – exactly 50 years to the day after the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
- Nearly 61% of schools going children India suffer with disease causing germs in their hand.
- US have no official language, Although English is the most popular language spoken by everyone there.
- All because of dowry related crimes, in every hour one women dies in India.
- The Liberty Bell was last rung on George Washington’s Birthday in 1846. It received its fatal crack a few hours later.
- 70% of all the spices in the world come from Indian states.
- About 35 million people, living in US share DNA with at least one of the 102 pilgrims who arrived aboard the Mayflower in 1620.
India has more population as compared to the entire western hemisphere of the Earth.