Building on India’s culture, heritage and technologies, including its space programme, the Pavilion will reflect ‘new India’ and show the strengths of its human resources and youth’s aspirations.
The spiritual capital of India, considered to be one of the oldest cities in the world
This mountain range is home to nine of the world's 10 highest peaks
The number of daily travellers on Indian railways equals the population of Australia
India is credited as the birthplace of a number of objects, concepts, inventions and discoveries, including the games of snakes and ladders and chess (originally called Chaturanga), buttons, shampooing, the number pi, diamond mining, the ‘zero’, algebra, trigonometry, and the discovery of water on the moon.