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Republic of India
भारत गणराज्य
Bhārat Gaṇarājya
Flag of India.svg Emblem of India.svg
India ke jhanda National Emblem
Motto: Satyameva Jayate
English: Truth Alone Triumphs
Sanskrit:सत्यमेव जयत
India (orthographic projection).svg
Rajabhasa Hindi, English
Rashtra Gaana: Jana Gana Mana
Rajdhani New Delhi
28º 34' N, 77º 12' E
Sarkaar
 - President
 - Prime Minister
Federal republic
-
Pranab kumar mukharjee
Narendra Modi
Ajaadi
 -Date
 - Great Britain se
15 August 1947
Kshetrafal
 - Total
 - % paani
7th position
3,287,590 km²
9.56%
Janasankhya
 - Total (2008)
 -Density
 - 2nd position
1,132,446,000
329/km²
GDP
 - Total (2007)
 - Per capita
12th position
$ 5,012,000,000
$ 977
Mudra Indian rupee(INR)
Samay Mandal UTC +5:30
Durbhasha code +91
Internet TLD .in

India (Bharat, Hindustan), South Asia ke ek desh hae. Iske abaadi 1,000,000,000 se jaada hae. India ke rajdhani New Delhi hae. Ii des ka official bhasa English aur Hindi hae. Ii area me dunia ke seventh sab se barra des hae aur abaadi me duusra sab se barraa des hae, lekin dunia ke sab se barraa democracy hae. Iske south me Indian Ocean, west me Arabian Sea, east me Bay of Bengal hae. Iske border ke west me Pakistan, north me China, Bhutan, Nepal aur east me Bangladesh aur Myanmar hae. India ke nangich me Indian Ocean me to the east. India nangich me Sri Lanka, Maldives, aur Indonesia hae.

Etymology[badlo | edit source]

India ke naam Indus se aais hae, jon ki purana Farsi bhasa me Hindu sabd hae. Farsi me ii Sanskrit सिन्धु (Sindhu) se aais hae, jisme ii Indus Naddi ke naam hae. Purana jamana ke Greeek logan Hindusani log ke Indoi (Ινδοί), yaaniki Indus ke log, bolat rahin. India ke Constittion me des ke Bharat (pronounced [ˈbʱaːrət̪] bola jaae hae. Bharat naam India ke ek purana raja Bharata se ais hae. Hindustan ([ɦɪnd̪ʊˈst̪aːn] , jon ki Farsi se aais hae, ke matalab “Hindu ke des” hae.

Itihaas[badlo | edit source]

India ek prachin des hae jiska lamba itihas hae. Adhunik India 1947 me ajaad bhaes rahaa. India ke itihaas uu time se suruu hoe hae jab ki 500,000 saal pahle hian pe Homo erectus rahat rahin, Iske baad hian pe 75,000 saal pahile Homo sapiensrahe ke suruu karin. Indus Valley Civilization, jon ki Indian sub-continent ke northwestern hissa me c. 3300 se 1300 BCE talak rahaa, India ke pahila khaas civilization rahaa. Iron Age me ek Vedic Civilization, Indo-Gangetic plain me suru bhais jisme Magadha kingdom rahaa jon ki Mahavira aur Gautama Buddha ke 6th or 5th century BCE me janam dis rahaa.

4th and 3rd centuries BCE me lagbhag subcontinent ke sab hissa ke Maurya Empire aapan niche kar liis. Iske baad 1500 chhota chhota kingdom, jiske middle ke nnam se jaana jaawe hae, rahaa. Ii time India ke economy jorr se barha rahaa. 4h century me India ke north aur cental hissa ke unite kar ke Gupta Empire banaa jon ki 200 saal talak chalaa. Ii time Hinduism aur aage barrha. South India me Chalukyas, Cholas, Pallavas, aur Pandyas raj karat rahin jon ki Hinduism aur Buddhism ke Asia ke dusra des me export karin.

South India me, Kerala 77 CE se Roman Empire se trade karat rahaa. Islam bhi pahile Kerala me Muslim traders se aais. Muslim rule subcontinent me 712 CE me aais jab ki Arab general Muhammad bin Qasim Sindh aur Multan pr kapjaa karis.[1] Iske baad dher aur Muslim invaders central Asia se aain aur Delhi Sultanate aur Mughal Empire jaise Empire ke suruu karin.

Mughal Empire ke saathe dher Rajput kingdoms, aur dher Hindu states, jaise ki Vijayanagara Empire, Maratha Empire, aur Ahom Kingdom bhi rahaa. 18th century me Moghul Empire Afghans, Balochis, Sikhs, aur Marathas ke kaaran kamjor hoe gais. .[2]

Mid-18th century ke baad, India ke dhire dhire British East India Company aapan niche kar liis. Company ke raaj se nakhusi ke kaaran Indian Rebellion of 1857 bhais aur iske baad , India ke was directly British Crown ke niche karaa gais. Iske baad struggle for independence ke Indian National Congress suru karis jiske baad me Muslim League bhi join karis. Subcontinent ke United Kingdom se 1947 me ajaadi mila aur des ke partition kar ke India aur Pakistan banawa gais.

Pradhan Mantri ke suchi[badlo | edit source]

No. Name Chapa Entered Office Left office Birth Death Political party
1 Jawahar Lal Nehru Jawaharlal Nehru.jpg 15 August 1947 c 27 May 1964 1 14 November 1889 27 May 1964 Indian National Congress
2 Gulzarilal Nanda 27 May 1964 9 June 1964 * 4 July 1898 15 January 1998 Indian National Congress
3 Lal Bahadur Shastri Lal Bahadur Shastri.JPG 9 June 1964 11 January 1966 1 2 October 1904 11 January 1966 Indian National Congress
4 Gulzarilal Nanda 11 January 1966 24 January 1966 * 4 July 1898 15 January 1998 Indian National Congress
5 Indira Gandhi Indira2.jpg 24 January 1966 2 c 24 March 1977 19 November 1917 31 October 1984 Indian National Congress
6 Morarji Desai Morarji Desai 1978.jpg 24 March 1977 28 July 1979 4 29 February 1896 10 April 1995 Janata Party
7 Charan Singh 100px 28 July 1979 14 January 1980 3 23 December 1902 29 May 1987 Janata Party
8 Indira Gandhi Indira2.jpg 14 January 1980 2 31 October 1984 1 19 November 1917 31 October 1984 Indian National Congress
9 Rajiv Gandhi 31 October 1984 c 2 December 1989 20 August 1944 21 May 1991 Indian National Congress
10 Vishwanath Pratap Singh 60px 2 December 1989 10 November 1990 3 25 June 1931 27 November 2008 Janata Dal
11 Chandra Shekhar 60px 10 November 1990 21 June 1991 1 July 1927 8 July 2007 Samajwadi Janata Party
12 P. V. Narasimha Rao 60px 21 June 1991 c 16 May 1996 28 June 1921 23 December 2004 Indian National Congress
13 Atal Bihari Vajpayee Atal Bihari Vajpayee.jpg 16 May 1996 1 June 1996 3 25 December 1924 Alive Bharatiya Janata Party
14 H. D. Deve Gowda 60px 1 June 1996 21 April 1997 3 18 May 1933 Alive Janata Dal
15 Inder Kumar Gujral I k gujral.jpg 21 April 1997 19 March 1998 4 December 1919 Alive Janata Dal
16 Atal Bihari Vajpayee Atal Bihari Vajpayee.jpg 19 March 1998 c 22 May 2004 25 December 1924 Alive Bharatiya Janata Party
17 Dr. Manmohan Singh Manmohansingh04052007.jpg 22 May 2004 26 May 2014 26 September 1932 Alive Indian National Congress
18 Narendra Damodardas Modi Narendra Damodardas Modi.jpg 26 May 2014 c Incumbent 17 September 1950 Alive Bharatiya Janata Party

Notes[badlo | edit source]

  • * Interim - It is debatable whether Mr. Gulzari Lal Nanda was a Prime Minister or an Acting Prime Minister. The constitution does not have a position of acting Prime Minister. Mr. Nanda was sworn in as the Prime Minister of India. In contrast, the constitution provides for an acting President who discharges the duties of a President. Hence, constitutional experts and historians now agree that Mr. Nanda is the second Prime Minister of India.

c-indicates a full term

  • 1 Assassinated or Died in Office
  • 2 Returned to Office
  • 3 Resigned
  • 4 Dismissed by President following a no-confidence motion

Presidents[badlo | edit source]

Ii suchi ke number karaa gais hae uu order pe jispe uu logan presential election ke jitin rahaa. Varahagiri Venkata Giri, Muhammad Hidayatullah, aur Basappa Danappa Jatti, acting president rahin, aur ii kaaran se number nai karaa gais hae. India ke President koi party ke member nai rahe hai aur Political party waala column ii dekhae hae ki president elect hoe se pahile kon party me rahaa.

# Name Portrait Took office Left office Vice President Notes
1 Dr Rajendra Prasad 100px 26 January 1950 13 May 1962 Dr.S Radhakrishnan Prasad, ajaad India ke pahila President rahaa aur Bihar ke rahaa.[3][4] Uu India ke ajaadi ke larai me bhi involved rahaa.[5] Prasad, ekke President rahaa jon ki dui dafe President banaa.[6]
2 Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Radhakrishnan telugu signature.jpg 13 May 1962 13 May 1967 Zakir Hussain Radhakrishnan was a prominent philosopher, writer, a Knight of the Realm and also held the position of vice chancellor of the Andhra University and Banaras Hindu University.[7] He was also made a Knight of the Golden Army of Angels by Pope Paul VI.[8]
3 Zakir Hussain 100px 13 May 1967 3 May 1969 Varahagiri Venkata Giri Hussain was vice chancellor of the Aligarh Muslim University and a recipient of Padma Vibhushan and Bharat Ratna.[9] He died before his term of office was ended.
Varahagiri Venkata Giri * 3 May 1969 20 July 1969 Giri was appointed as acting president following the death of Hussain.[10] He resigned in a few months to take part in the presidential elections.[11]
Muhammad Hidayatullah * 70px 20 July 1969 24 August 1969 Hidayatullah served as the Chief Justice of India, and was a recipient of the Order of the British Empire.[12] He served as acting president until the election of Giri as the President of India.
4 Varahagiri Venkata Giri 24 August 1969 24 August 1974 Gopal Swarup Pathak Giri is the only person to have served as both an acting president and president of India. He was a recipient of the Bharat Ratna, and has functioned as Indian Minister of Labour and High Commissioner to Ceylon (Sri Lanka).[13]
5 Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed 100px 24 August 1974 11 February 1977 Basappa Danappa Jatti Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed served as a Minister before being elected as president. He died in 1977 before his term of office ended, and was the second Indian president to have died during a term of office.[14]
Basappa Danappa Jatti * 100px 11 February 1977 25 July 1977 Jatti was the vice president of India during Ahmed's term of office, and was sworn in as acting president upon Ahmed's death. He earlier functioned as the Chief Minister for the State of Mysore.[14][15]
6 Neelam Sanjiva Reddy NeelamSanjeevaReddy.jpg 25 July 1977 25 July 1982 Muhammad Hidayatullah N.S.Reddy was the first Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh State. Reddy was the only Member of Parliament from the Janata Party to get elected from Andhra Pradesh.[16] He was unanimously elected Speaker of the Lok Sabha on 26 March 1977 and relinquished this office on 13 July 1977 to become the 6th President of India.
7 Giani Zail Singh Mohar&Gianiji.jpg 25 July 1982 25 July 1987 Ramaswamy Venkataraman
In March 1972, Singh assumed the position of chief Minister of Punjab, and in 1980, he became Union Home Minister.[17]
8 Ramaswamy Venkataraman R Venkataraman.jpg 25 July 1987 25 July 1992 Shankar Dayal Sharma In 1942, Venkataraman was jailed by the British for his involvement in the India's independence movement.[18] After his release, he was elected to independent India’s Provisional Parliament as a member of the Congress Party in 1950 and eventually joined the central government, where he first served as Minister of Finance and Industry and later as Minister of Defence.[19]
9 Shankar Dayal Sharma 25 July 1992 25 July 1997 Kocheril Raman Narayanan Sharma was Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, and the Indian Minister for Communications. He has also served as the governor of Andhra Pradesh, Punjab and Maharashtra.[20]
10 Kocheril Raman Narayanan 100px 25 July 1997 25 July 2002 Krishan Kant
Narayanan served as India's ambassador to Thailand, Turkey, China and United States of America. He received doctorates in Science and Law and was also a chancellor in several universities.[21] He was also the vice-chancellor of Jawaharlal Nehru University.[22]
11 A. P. J. Abdul Kalam A P J Abdul Kalam.jpg 25 July 2002 25 July 2007 Bhairon Singh Shekhawat Kalam, was a scientist who played a leading role in the development of India's ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programs.[23] Kalam also received the Bharat Ratna.
12 Pratibha Patil PratibhaIndia.jpg 25 July 2007 Incumbent Mohammad Hamid Ansari Patil is the first woman to become the President of India. She was also the first female Governor of Rajasthan.[24][25]
  • Symbol (*) light brown backgroundke saathe, ii dekhae hae ki iiacting president rahaa.

States and union territories[badlo | edit source]

India me 28 states aur 7 union territories hae (jisme national capital territory bhi hae)[26]. Union territories ke President of India se appoint karaa gais administrators chalawe hae. Dui territor, (Delhi aur Puducherry) ke partial statehood dewa gais hae, jisme ek elected legislature aur executive councils of ministers hae, lekin state e raam ii logan ke lage puura taagat nai hae.

India-states-numbered.svg
States
Number State Code Capital
1 Andhra Pradesh AP Hyderabad
2 Arunachal Pradesh AR Itanagar
3 Assam AS Dispur
4 Bihar BR Patna
5 Chhattisgarh CG Raipur
6 Goa GA Panaji
7 Gujarat GJ Gandhinagar
8 Haryana HR Chandigarh
9 Himachal Pradesh HP Shimla
10 Jammu and Kashmir JK Srinagar
11 Jharkhand JH Ranchi
12 Karnataka KA Bangalore
13 Kerala KL Thiruvananthapuram
14 Madhya Pradesh MP Bhopal
15 Maharashtra MH Mumbai
16 Manipur MN Imphal
17 Meghalaya ML Shillong
18 Mizoram MZ Aizawl
19 Nagaland NL Kohima
20 Orissa OR Bhubaneswar
21 Punjab PB Chandigarh
22 Rajasthan RJ Jaipur
23 Sikkim SK Gangtok
24 Tamil Nadu TN Chennai
25 Tripura TR Agartala
26 Uttar Pradesh UP Lucknow
27 Uttarakhand UL Dehradun
28 West Bengal WB Kolkata
29 Telangana Hyderabad
Union territories
Number Union territory Code Capital
A Andaman and Nicobar Islands AN Port Blair
B Chandigarh CH Chandigarh
C Dadra and Nagar Haveli DN Silvassa
D Daman and Diu DD Daman
E Lakshadweep LD Kavaratti
F National Capital Territory ND New Delhi
G Puducherry PY Puducherry

Chapa ke gallery[badlo | edit source]

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