India on the Web

by ThingsAsian, Sep 3, 2004 | Destinations: India / New Delhi

CIA World Factbook. The Indus Valley civilization, one of the oldest in the world, dates back at least 5,000 years.. Direct from the CIA. Get maps and maritime claims and other information.

Tour India. There are photo galleries and clickable maps as well as history and detailed locale information for visitors and aborigines alike. Read the country's complete profile and find out about yearly festivals here.

The Times of India. Lots of news information for India and surrounding areas. Read in-depth interviews as well as Sunday features like "All that Matters." There are many articles to read and photos to see.

India Image. This site is a gateway to Indian government. The portal offers exam results, citizens' information, government details, and links to other useful sites.

Hindustan Times. The English news site for India.

India Today Group. All Indian news in one place. Including India Diaries, Indian Cosmopolitan, live web casts, and other news publications.

Lonely Planet. India will sideswipe you with its size, clamour, and diversity. Lonely Planets offers colorful descriptions like this as well as information about current conflict in the country and what to watch out for. There are also suggestions for sites off the beaten path.

123 India. Complete web portal for India. Includes TV guide, web links, headline news, stock info, and photo galleries.

Census of India. Office of the Registrar General, India. Here, you will find census data, government specifics, as well as maps, country data, and of course census information.

Introduction to India. It is impossible not to be astonished by India. They begin just this way. This site offers a complete tour of India, its history, geography, culture, and people.

India Tourism. Site run by the India Tourism Board. Find addresses for embassies, passport fees and details as well as other pertinent travel info.

India: Language and Scripts. Learn the language and scripts of India, there are many. This site offers the history and literature of India's best and information on learning the dialects and languages.

India for Kids. This site is geared toward children, ages 7-9, to give them insight and education on all things Indian. Some highlights include slide shows and bedtime stories.

Art of India. Complete resource on all the arts in India. This includes dance, paintings, theatre, puppetry, and more. There is also a list of art events in the country and lists of dealers.

Temples of India. View albums full of hundreds of shots of temples in India. There is also an encyclopedia resource on the site that gives background info on each temple including information on its purpose and construction. A non-profit organization in existence to provide information for and about India. Resources include maps, atlases, a kitchen corner, and other relevant information for visitors.

India Together. A news site offering smaller news headlines about the events in the country affecting the people directly.

India and Its Neighbors. India is not only a country, it's a continent. This site offers a plethora of information on India concerning its politics and history, culture and arts, as well as religions and diasporas.

Energy in India. A nonprofit organization working on projects that encourage regional cooperation in South Asia on issues of mutual regional concern in the energy sector. A site dedicated to the freedom and liberation of India. Information available includes news, prayers, astrology, web blogs, and biographies.

India Resource Center. A portal offering complete resources for India; current hot topics include globalization and mining.

Fashion India. All you need to know about India's fashion industry. There are reviews here as well as news and upcoming releases from designers. You can shop here and find schools and stores and boutiques.

Khazana. Here, there is art, music, and literature from various parts of the world, including India. Shop or read about the creators of various works of art.

Digital Library of India. The DLI aims to make a free-to-read, searchable collection of one million books, predominantly in Indian languages, available to everyone over the Internet.

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