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  1. Hinduism, the oldest religion in the world

Hinduism is often considered more a way of life than a religion because Hinduism has no single founder and have many key figures who have written and developed philosophies in different books. That’s why Hinduism is often considered more a way of life than a religion because normally a religion has a founder or/and a key figure like Abraham and Moses and David for the Judaism

  1. The jewel in the crown

As early as the 16th century, the British establish a trading company in India mainly to trade cotton, tea, spices, silk … But in 1857, the Indian Mutiny began because of the British commanders who have greased rifle cartridges with pig and cow fat which caused the anger of the Hindu and the Muslim soldiers first and then spread throughout to the population of the British India. After the Indian Mutiny, the British East India Company was dissolved and the Queen Victoria was made Empress of India in 1877.

  1. Towards independence

After the First World War, an independence movement emerged in India. Gandhi is the symbol of this non-violent campaign based on civil disobedience. But there is tensions between Muslims and Hindus. The Hindus are a majority of people in India and Muslims are worried about what will be the situation after the British departure. They worried about an exclusively Hindu government and the Muslim League asked to get the creation of another state, they asked the division of India which was granted.

  1. The world’s largest democracy
  1. I think India is considered as the largest democracy in the world because this is a country which has more than one billion people and there are still presidential elections.
  2. My answer isn’t totally true but also not totally false. India is considered as the largest democracy in the world because India is today an independent democracy, India has survived of overpopulation, poverty, internal conflicts and has never known government collapse or military takeover. India is enough strong today to deal with this overpopulation.  

WEBQUEST  

  1. Bombay became Mumbai In 1995 in order to forget the colonial past of the city.
  2. Mumbai had more than 12 million people in 2011, and more than a half of the population live in slums. The climate is tropical, there are two seasons: a dry season between October and Mai and a wet season between June and September. The average temperature is 27°C. Mumbai is located on the west of India, on the western coast of India by the bank of Arabian Sea.
  3. There are a lot of places to visit in Mumbai but we can take some examples :
  • Gateway on India, a symbol of the British departure
  • The center of India’s film Industry : Bollywood
  • Gandhi’s house
  • Haji Ali, a mosque built in 1431
  • Markets and Bazaars
  1. Mumbai is still an important city today, this is the richest city of India. Mumbai is also a port city. The city is also the main economic place of India mainly because of the industrialisation of the City and also because of the location.
  2. Dharavi is a slum which was created in 1884 and since the creation the slum has never stop increasing. Dharavi is the biggest slum of India, and one of the largest slum in the world. This is difficult to estimate the number of people in this kind of places but there would be just under a billion people in this slum. This slum is located in the suburb of Mumbai. This is a multi-religious place. Many companies are employing the habitants of this slum to get cheap labour to reduce the price of theirs services. The sanitary conditions are catastrophic and this slum has already known some terrible epidemics.

  1. Bombay became Mumbai In 1995 in order to forget the colonial past of the city. Mumbai has grown and today although Mumbai isn’t the capital of India, Mumbai is the most populated city of India. Mumbai had more than 12 million people in 2011, and more than a half of the population live in slums. The climate is tropical, there are two seasons: a dry season between October and Mai and a wet season between June and September. The average temperature is 27°C. Mumbai is located on the west of India, on the western coast of India by the bank of Arabian Sea. Mumbai is an interesting city because there are a lot of places to visit in Mumbai but we can take some examples : Gateway on India, a symbol of the British departure, the center of India’s film Industry : Bollywood, Gandhi’s house, Haji Ali, a mosque built in 1431, and Markets and Bazaars, … Mumbai is still an important city today, this is the richest city of India. Mumbai is also a port city. The city is also the main economic place of India mainly because of the industrialisation of the City and also because of the location. But the industrialisation of the city doesn’t mean that the city is rich, Mumbai is still a poor city which has water problem, a difficult management of the waste products: those problems promote the emergence of slums like Dharavi. Dharavi is a slum which was created in 1884 and since the creation the slum has never stop increasing. Dharavi is the biggest slum of India, and one of the largest slum in the world. This is difficult to estimate the number of people in this kind of places but there would be just under a billion people in this slum. This slum is located in the suburb of Mumbai. This is a multi-religious place. Many companies are employing the habitants of this slum to get cheap labour to reduce the price of theirs services. The sanitary conditions are catastrophic and this slum has already known some terrible epidemics.

 

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