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India, a country in South Asia is the seventh-largest country by geographical area, the second most populous country, and the largest liberal democracy in the world.India's population, wildlife, geographical terrain and climate system are among the most diverse in the world. Over the millennia, the subcontinent has become a centre of important trade routes, cultural development and vast empires.

India has a rich and unique cultural heritage, and has managed to preserve its established traditions whilst absorbing customs, traditions and ideas from both invaders and immigrants. Many cultural practices, languages, customs and monuments are examples of this co-mingling over centuries. Famous monuments, such as the Taj Mahal and other examples of Islamic-inspired architecture have been inherited from the Mughal dynasty.
A melting pot of many religions, India has a rich diversity of festivals, many of which are celebrated irrespective of caste and creed. The most widely known and popular celebrations include the Hindu festivals of Diwali, Holi, Pongal and Dussehra and the Muslim celebration of Eid. A number of festivals are common to most parts of India; however, they may be called by different names in the various parts of the country or may be celebrated in a different fashion and style.
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