These Quotes about India Reflect What the World Thinks of India

Diversity and dynamism of India in art, literature, science, culture, religion, history and spirituality has captured the imagination of scholars across the world. India is a gem, a wonder, and an enigma. Leaders from different walks of life have been eloquent in praise of India’s significant contributions to civilization. IndianEagle shares some of the best quotes about India in visual forms.

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2 thoughts on “These Quotes about India Reflect What the World Thinks of India

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  2. Prof. Y. Yagama Reddy (Retd), Emeritus Professor, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, A.p., India

    Excellent. India had exercised its ability, as could be better understood from the illustrious accounts of great historians like Arnold J. Toynbee, Reginald Le May and Sylvain Levi. Toynbee observed that “India …has also been a major force in the world’s history in the very different field of economics” (Toynbee, 1964, “One World and India”, pp. 34-35). Le May noted that India exercised “an extraordinary fascination over the indigenous peoples of all the territories” ( Le May, 1964, The Culture of Southeast Asia: The Heritage of India). Viewed India as ‘Mother of Wisdom’ and ‘Mother of Law and Philosophy’, Levi looked upon India as having given “to three-quarters of Asia, a religion, a doctrine, an art…” (Levi , 1938, L’Inde Civilisatrice: Apercu historique).
    India’s wherewithal is also well evident in various other branches like medicine, art and architecture, music, agriculture and irrigation practices. But, it was all about the glory of the past.!!!


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