• Lao history

    Brief history of Laos summarized A brief review of the summarized history of Laos, a country on the Asian continent. Laos in ancient times The first inhabitants of Laos were hunter-gatherers. Later they dedicated themselves to the cultivation of rice and vegetables. Early farmers used stone tools, but in Laos bronze was used from 2000 BC and iron from about 500 BC. However, unlike in Vietnam, the people of Laos were influenced by Indian rather than Chinese culture. Beginning in the 1st century AD, Indian merchants introduced Theravada Buddhism to Laos. From the 9th to the 13th century, the Khmer…

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    Indian language

    The Republic of India is a country that belongs to Asia and whose capital is New Delhi. It is the 2nd most populous country in the world, with more than 1,300 million people, and the 7th largest (3,287,263 km 2). Its human development index is medium (131st) and its official currency is the Indian rupee. And what language is spoken in India? What language do they speak in India? India has no declared national language in its constitution, but has two official languages: Hindi, in the Devanagari script, is the official language. English, as an additional language for the government,…

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    Flora and fauna of India

    Indian flora Flora of India comprises a wide variety of indigenous or native plant types. It is estimated that there are more than 50,000 species of plants. The rich floral diversity of India is undoubtedly due to the great variety of climatic and altitudinal variations, together with the variety of ecological habitats. India has areas with almost no rain, as well as the area that receives the highest rainfall in the world. The altitude varies from sea level to high mountain ranges. Habitat types range from the humid tropical Western Ghats to the Thar Desert of Rajasthan and from the…

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  • Indian history

    Brief history of India summarized A brief review of the history of India, in summary. Ancient Indian The Indus Valley Civilization The first Indian civilization arose in the Indus Valley around 2600 BC It actually straddled northwestern India and Pakistan. By 6,500 BC the people of the area had begun to farm. By 5,500 BC they had already invented pottery. By 2600 BC a prosperous agricultural society had grown. Farmers used bronze tools. They grew wheat, barley, and peas. They also raised cattle, goats and sheep. Water buffalo were used to pull carts. People spun cotton and traded with other…

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  • Traditions and customs of India

    What traditions and customs are there in India? Immersion in the world of Indian customs and traditions. Gastronomy Food in daily life About half of the population eat rice as a staple food, while the rest subsist on wheat, barley, maize and millet. Therefore, there are important geographical differences in diet. Just as fundamental is the divide between those who eat meat and those who are vegetarian. Muslims, Jews, Sikhs and Christians all eat meat, with the important proviso that the first three groups do not eat pork. Lower caste Hindus eat any meat except beef, while members of the…

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  • Vietnamese typical food

    Geographic setting and environment Vietnam is a long and narrow country in Southeast Asia. China limits it to the north; Cambodia, Laos, and the Gulf of Thailand to the west; and the South China Sea (which the Vietnamese call “the East Sea”) to the east. Covering a total of 327,500 square kilometers, Vietnam is roughly the same size as Italy and Japan. The geography of Vietnam plays an important role in the cuisine of the country. Rice, which is the mainstay of the Vietnamese diet, is grown throughout the country, but especially in the Red River Delta in the north…

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  • Vietnamese history

    Brief history of Vietnam summarized A brief review of the summarized history of Vietnam, an Asian country. Old Vietnam About 2,000 years ago, the people of North Vietnam began to cultivate rice in the Red River Valley. To irrigate their crops they built dams and dug canals. They were forced to work together and an organized kingdom called the Van Lang emerged. However, in the second century BC the Chinese conquered the area. The Chinese ruled North Vietnam for more than 1,000 years and the Chinese civilization had a great impact on the Vietnamese. However, in South Vietnam there was…

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  • Traditions and customs of Vietnam

    What traditions and customs are there in Vietnam? A look at Southeast Asia with the customs and traditions of Vietnam. Gastronomy Food in daily life Rice is the staple of the diet that most people eat three times a day. Rice is usually consumed jointly by family members. The common practice is to prepare several dishes that are placed on a tray or table that people sit around. Individuals have small bowls filled with rice, and then take the food from the trays as well as the rice from their bowls with chopsticks. The Vietnamese often accompany these main dishes…

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    Bangladeshi language

    The People’s Republic of Bangladesh is a country belonging to the Asian continent, whose capital is Dhaka. It has a population of 162 million (8th) and an area of ​​147,570 km 2 (92nd). Its human development index is medium (136th) and its official currency is the Bangladeshi taka. But what language is spoken in Bangladesh? What language do they speak in Bangladesh? The only official language in Bangladesh is Bengali, which is spoken by almost the entire population. English has no official status, but is widely used by the government, the judicial system, in business, in the media, and in…

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  • Bangladeshi traditions and customs

    What traditions and customs are there in Bangladesh? Overview of the customs and traditions of Bangladesh, in Asia. Food and economy Food in daily life Rice and fish are the basis of the diet; a day without a rice meal is almost inconceivable. Fish, meat, poultry, and vegetables are cooked in spicy curry sauces (“torkari”) that incorporate cumin, coriander, cloves, cinnamon, garlic, and other spices. Muslims do not eat pork and Hindus do not eat beef. It is becoming more and more common to prepare ruti, a circular whole wheat flatbread, in the morning, which is eaten with curry from…

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