To a foreigner coming to India, I would first welcome him to our country which is rich in culture and good in heritage.

To a foreigner coming to India, I would first welcome him to our country which is rich in culture and good in heritage.

To a foreigner coming to India, I would first welcome him to our country which is rich in culture and good in heritage. I will then take the opportunity to give a proper introduction to him of our country. Our country has diversity in unity. Our country is democratic and believes in secularism. It abounds in flora and fauna. Also, Our country is a land of myriad languages, a veritable Babel of tongues and numerous moves of apparel and countless mannerisms and multiplicity of ethnic groups. India has produced luminaries such as Buddha, Mahavira, Shankaracharya and Mahatma Gandhi who gave the message of peace and non-violence, which the world needs more then ever before. Mahatma Gandhi used non-violence to win freedom for the country and showed the way to bring about a peaceful world order. Though, India was under subjugation of British rule for about two centuries; after attaining freedom it has taken giant strides in the field of science, information technology, medical and agriculture. Moreover, our GDP growth has been growing steadily ever since. I will then make the foreigner be familiar with the sights of our country particularly the Taj Mahal, which is the 8th wonder of the world, located in Agra, monument of love and imagination that represents India to the world. Besides Taj Mahal, I will introduce him with Red Fort, Qutub Minar and India Gate located in New Delhi. Lastly, I will assure the foreigner that people in India welcome guests with open arms and that he will go with a good impression of the country. …


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