In 1977, Pradyumna Kumar Mahanandia, a poor Indian artist, rode a second-hand bicycle for four months and three weeks from New Delhi to Gothenburg in Sweden to meet his love Charlotte Von Schedvin. He rode his bicycle because he didn’t have enough money to buy an airplane ticket. They married and now have two children.
Currently, India is the only country on Earth confirmed to have both lions and tigers in its wilderness.
A proud father who has 400+ daughters. Mahesh Savani from Gujarat is well known for his humanitarian works. He bore all expenses of weddings of over 400 girls from all religions, who had no father. He did all a father does for his daughter.
It took 96 weeks and thousands of volunteers to clean up Versova Beach in Mumbai, India. The payoff? Hundreds of thousands of sea turtles hatching this week. First time in decades.
After his wife was denied water by upper caste people, Indian laborer Bapuro Tajne managed to dig her a well in under 40 days and ended up discovering a water source capable of sustaining his entire village.
In the 1920s, Aloha Wanderwell became the first woman to drive around the world. Along the way, she made friends with Chinese bandits, used water buffalo to tow her Model T across rivers in India, and disguised herself as a man to pray in Mecca.
Photographer Sunny Inaganti in India captured the unusual moment a heron and snake fought it out in a lake for a fish supper.
From July to September 2001, heavy downpours of red-coloured rain fell sporadically on the state of Kerala, India.
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British media personality Katie Hopkins condemned parents who give geography-inspired names to their children in an interview. When the presenter pointed out that her daughter is called “India”, she said “that’s not related to a location”.