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Fun Facts: India by Terry O'Brien

Fun Facts: India

by Terry O'Brien

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 812912923X, Paperback)

Informative and fascinating facts about India.

Did you know...?

The original word for chess is the Sanskrit chaturanga , meaning four members of an army ;

The largest employer in the world is the Indian Railways, employing over a million people;

Salt is the first item served at a Bengali wedding reception to ensure one stands witness in case of a matrimonial dispute.

These and many such informative and fascinating facts fill up the pages of Terry O Brien s Fun Facts: India. The book covers a wide range of information related to India and its states, which is presented lucidly in order to make learning a fun exercise for children. With edutainment as its motto, this collection hopes to lay the foundation for creativity, problem-solving and the quest for knowledge in the minds of young readers.

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