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Галлямова Юлиана Юрьевна
Набережночелнинский колледж искусств
Отделение оркестровые струнные инструменты
1 курс
Руководитель проекта – Посохова Виктория Вадимовна
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Delhi
India
Delhi Attractions.
Red fort.
Gateway of India
Bethesda Baha'I
Tomb Safdarjang
Bangalore
Lalbagh Botanical Garden
Bangalore Palace
Nandi Temple
Shiva Temple
Park Cubbon
Traditions of India
Marriage
Food
Visiting temples
Cow-a sacred animal
Delhi
India
Delhi - the second largest city of India. Located in the north of India.
Nyu Delhi, was built by the British as the imperial capital of India. Here is focused government buildings and
embassies, places of historical interest. Old Delhi was the capital of Islamic India. Attractions of the city
include mosques, fortresses and other monuments representing the history of India. ​
Sights
Red Fort
Red Fort in Delhi is one of the most important historical monuments of India.
Emperor Shah Jahan began to build a fort in 1638, after 10 years of work have been completed. There
Shah Jahan moved his capital from Agra. Subsequent emperors of India extended the construction of a
complex of new buildings. In the days of the British rule the fort was used as a camp for the military. In
December 2003, the army handed over the fort to the Indian authorities, and since it is a tourist attraction
of Delhi.
Gateway of India
First it was known as All India War Memorial, Gate Indii- known symbol of Delhi, perpetuating the memory of
90,000 soldiers of the British Army in India, who gave their lives in World War I and the Third AngloAfghan wars. The names of the dead soldiers are engraved on the walls.
After India proclaimed an independent country, Gates became the place of the Tomb of the unknown soldier of
the Indian Army at its base lit an eternal flame.
Green lawns near India Gate are the resting place. Each year in New Delhi celebrate the Day of the Republic of
India. Soldiers of the Indian Army and ordinary citizens go through the India Gate.
Bethesda Baha'i
Bethesda Baha'i-famous landmark Delhi. Construction was completed in 1986. In the temple, you will not find
straight lines.
Prayer House is a meeting place where people of all faiths can worship God without denominational restrictions.
Baha'i Prayer house in Delhi has attracted over 50 million visitors.
Bangalore
Bangalore is the largest city and the administrative center of South India, is the capital of Karnataka.
The city has a number of names: the Silicon Valley of India, India's capital city pubs, Garden City, Paradise for
retirees
Thanks to the development of high technologies, Bangalore became the center of the computer industry and
software, so called Silicon Valley of India.
Its history dates back to 1537. Big boost to
Bangalore gave the British in 1831 when they
took over and turned it into the capital of the
conquered kingdom of Mysore. In 1906,
Bangalore became the first electrified Indian
city. But the real revolution came in the 1990s,
when he began to meet growing human demand
for computers and software.
The main source of its prosperity and wealth is located in the "Electronic City".
For many years, Bangalore was known throughout India as the most creative city in the country. Thanks to these
features, it has turned into the most developed city in India. With a population of 8.8 million inhabitants,
Bangalore is the third most populous city in the country and 28th in the world.
Sights
Lalbagh Botanical Garden
Lalbagh Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden is one of the major tourist attractions in Bangalore.
Described as the most romantic garden in India, it was founded in the 18th century ruler of Mysore, Hyder Ali
There is a famous Orangery, which hosts the annual flower exhibition during the week preceding the day of
Indian independence (15 August) and Republic Day (26 January)
Bangalore Palace
Construction of the palace was begun in 1862 and completed in 1944. The palace was built in the Tudor style of
architecture with fortified towers and battlements.
Nandi Temple
Nandi Temple was built in 1537.
Nandi Temple in Bangalore is known for a huge statue of the bull, carved from a single granite stone.
The height of the statue of about 4.6 meters, length - 6.1 m.
Shiva Temple
Shiva Temple in Bangalore is known for a huge statue of Lord Shiva (Hindu deity), located in the center of an
artificial pond. 20 meters high, depicts Shiva sitting in the lotus position. The splendor, aesthetic value and
beauty to attract Lord Shiva statue large number of pilgrims
Park Cubbon
Coupon Park covers 121 hectares of green space in the heart of Bangalore. Sitting in the shade of trees, the age
of many of which are over 100 years old, it is hard to imagine that you are in the center of the city with a
population of more than 8.8 million people, and one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing cities in the
world.
Traditions of India
Marriage
Most girls in India marry at a young age. Since 1929
the law has forbidden to marry girls under the
age of 12 years, and since 1978 up to 18 years.
But in any case, the fate of the children and the
parents decide.
Wedding Dresses red bride. red symbolizes
prosperity, luck and fertility. Modern Indian
other color dresses often choose: purple, dark
yellow, blue or pink.
Food
In India, only eat with your right hand, as it is considered a "clean" so receiving and transmitting things better to
make the right hand. Food for the Indians - it is a gift of the gods and ritual. Before each meal and at the
end of the Hindus wash ruki.Razgovarivat at the dinner table is impossible.
Visiting temples
The temples in India, as elsewhere can not go in
frivolous clothes. The head should be
covered, women must also cover their
shoulders. While viewing the sights of
Buddhist and Hindu temples should move
clockwise.
Cow-a sacred animal
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Cow in India - a sacred animal, and if you run over a cow, it will lead to bad consequences, up to life
imprisonment. Killing cows and eating beef, a great sin.But the bulls are often used as a labor force, but
exceptions are those who are dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Список использованных источников
информации
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https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Дели
http://tourist-area.com/indiya/dostoprimechatelnosti-deli
http://tourist-area.com/indiya/bangalor-obzor-dostoprimechatelnostey
http://turupupu.ru/?p=5181
http://tonkosti.ru/Традиции_Индии
http://www.realtravel.ru/countries/india/india_traditions.html
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I love India! I think that this country is very beautiful. Its attractions are very attracted me, it was interesting to
learn about the traditions of India. So I decided to make a presentation about the country.
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