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Holy Cow Mania: At this Website you will initially reincarnated as a cow and then given a quick tour of places in India. Once that is finished you can choose other panorama views in India. You need to have a fast connection at this website.

Indian Culture Online: A Website that discusses many areas of Indian Culture, including festivals, monuments, heroes, and mystica.

Samskriti: Website with essays on Indian culture, its history and its future. Contains lots of interactive links pictures and descriptions.

Aarman Networks: Website that chronicles current films in India as well as music and other aspects of Indian culture.

Narad Online: Website that provides current news, Indian Culture, dancing, mythology, and festivals.

India Heritage: India Heritage is the first comprehensive website that is devoted to presenting information on the many facets of Indian heritage and culture i.e. arts, crafts, religion, philosophy, history, traditions, travel and more...

India Online: A good up-to-date site on links to Indian Arts & Culture

India Business Solutions: Learn key insights about Indian Culture and how to do business in India.

India Times: The No. 1 women's magazine in India, Femina caters to the woman of substance. Femina also organizes and sponsors the Miss India pageant annually.

Filmfare.com: Filmfare has evolved as an entertainment medium in itself. The monthly magazine covers the gamut of happenings in show biz, including movies,music and television. Gossip, interviews, previews, reviews, profiles - it's all there.

IndiaFoodandFun.com: Presenting the roots and origins of various cooking styles and ingredients used in India. A detailed study of food habits of all parts of India.


India Infoline.com: Website containing economic information in India including stock quotes, mutual funds, and research engines for stocks.
Ministry of Commerce and Industry: Website for India's Department of Commerce. Includes information on advisory bodies, autonomous bodies, India's trade, and news concerning commerce in India.
Office of the Economic Advisor: Contains the economic scenario of India, organizational structure, and prices in India (1999).
Directorate General of Foreign Trade: Includes policy notices, circulars, notifications, and policy highlights.
India Info-Line: Website containing economic information in India.
Department of Commerce: Website for India's Department of Commerce.
Economic Advisor: Website for the Office of the Economic Advisor for the Government of India.
Directorate General of Foreign Trade: Website for the Directorate General of Foreign Trade for the Government of India.
The Economic Times: The Economic Times, started in 1961, is India's largest and among the world's top three English business dailies. The Economic Times is published simultaneously from seven cities across India, has a circulation of 400,000 copies, and is read by over 1 million people every day.
Business Economics Online: A fortnightly business newspaper of India

Government and Politics

Embassy of India, Washington D.C: Official Website of the Indian Embassy in the United States.

Chennai: Website of U.S. Consulate in Chennai.

New Delhi: Website of U.S. Embassy in New Delhi.

Calcutta: Website of U.S. Consulate in Calcutta.

Mumbai: Webstie of U.S. Consulate in Mumbai.

India Image: Website that has links to many official websites of the Indian Government.

President of India: Cerimonial functions, press releases, past presidents, speeches, and a children's corner.

UCLA's Website on India: Website that encompasses politics, culture, history ect. Of India and its surrounding neighbors.

Indian Elections: Website that contains information pertaining to elections in India, and also information on political parties in India.

Bahujan Samaj Party: Many news links as well as links to other political topics.

Bharatya Janata Party: Party history, philosophy, organization, leadership, and parliament.

Indian Parliament: Constitution, members, committee, business, and presidential links.

Government of India Directory of Official Websites: links to any governmental office possible in India

India-Web Government Links: Extensive listing of governmental links

Victory of India Party: the vision, manifesto, shadow cabinet, constitution, policy framework, and election commission.

Communist Party of India: links to the party programme, party constitution, policy resolutions, and central committee.

India Policy Institute: A coming together of Indians in an attempt to determine the best policies for India


The Hindu: Online edition of India's national newspaper.

News India-Times: Online edition for News India-Times.

India Times: Website for India Times.

Express India: Website for Express India.

The Newspaper Today: E-Newspaper in India with multi-media features that is continually updated by house journalists.

India News Online: India's most up to date news online.

HindustanTimes.com: the online arm of the newspaper, is a comprehensive resource for news, information and lifestyle content on the Web. The site regularly breaks news and has exclusive coverages by its independent editorial staff.

The Times of India: India's premier English daily and the world's second largest. It is published from ten cities across India, has a circulation of over 1.6 million copies, and is read by over 4.42 million people.

The Deccan Chronicle: The Deccan Chronicle on the web.

The Indian Express: The endeavor of The Indian Express Online Media (Pvt) Ltd (TIEOML), a fully-owned subsidiary of The Indian Express Newspapers (Bombay) Ltd.


Invest in India: Religions of India: Statistics on India's religions and descriptions of Hindu, Muslim, Christian Sikh and Jain religions.

Religions in India: General information about religion in India with links and information to many religions in India.

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