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Land

Dating back to the days of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization (3300 B.C.), the land has had a long history of commercial ties with various lands. With 1.2 billion people, India's population is second only to China. The landscape of this country is as varied as the people inhabiting it. From lofty mountain ranges and tropical forests,to plateaus, a desert, the plains, two archipelagos, a volcanic chain, a peninsular region surrounded by two seas and an ocean, the Indian landscape has it all. The largest cities are Delhi (the capital), Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai.

Climate

The general climate is tropical and sultry throughout the country with the exception of the coastal regions and the higher altitude regions both of which enjoy a more pleasant climate. The monsoon (Indian rains) arrives around June and is a welcome change. Towards the end of the year, around mid October, the monsoon begins to retreat, leaving behind a cool weather that lasts till mid February. Average temperatures are between 25- 28oC (77-82oF) though places have different temperatures depending on the geography and local weather conditions.

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Study Tours to India

 

 GBE is working with Bannari Amman Institute of Technology to organize specialist study tours to India in fields such as Fashion and Textiles....

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