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This is the new up and coming superpower, a capitalist country with acceptance of diversity and pluralism, founded in ancient times but growing to take advantage of the new developments in technology.

Helping to develop the new markets opening up, is the affiliate marketing company DGM PRO. This could prove to be very successful. India is a much bigger market than the UK (where DGM first started).

India is a vast market and with a diversity like The Internet, and there is no credit crunch or economic downturn. The economy is expanding and prospering. Also, unlike Sri Lanka (where it's trying to be culturally rigid), India is a place of many cultures. If you are adventurous and decide to travel to India, you'll find it's different from one place to another a few miles along the road.India Flag

The movie Slumdog Millionaire gives yet another view of the ways of going on in India. Whatever you have to say about it, it's at least got people curious.

There is a list of List of DGM India merchants already being promoted here. This is just the start.

If you're thinking of signing up as an affiliate, don't worry about being paid in INR (Indian Rupees). That is a good currency, and you can open a bank account in Indian Rupees even if you live in a country that's more accustomed to Pounds Sterling, Dollars, or Euros. International banks can cope with this.

Bollywood is a film industry that's already bigger than Hollywood.

Although India has problems with too much bureaucracy and paperwork (a throwback to the British Raj), at least it's not hidebound in red-tape and ridiculous rules like Europe.

Also, in terms of treating people well if they are different from the normal, one measure of this is the fact that India has a long tradition of The Hijra, who are transsexuals, and an accepted part of the culture. Compare this cultural tolerance with the bad old days of stuffy intolerant christianism in the "Western World".India (topographic)

The Hindu religion is polytheistic. If you see monotheistic versions of it, it's largely a sell-out to appease monotheistic religions in other parts of the world.

It is no coincidence that The Beatles found inspiration in India. It is a place where there is cultural enlightenment, if you know where to find it!

In some maps and photos taken from space, there appears to be a land bridge between India and Sri-Lanka (or between Tamil Nadu and Tamil Eelam). It's said to be only just under the surface. If the sea level was a bit lower, as it was about 20,000 years ago, it might be possible to walk across.

India FlagWe are promoting some companies in India. These include Bharti Airtel , The Lalit Hotels and Resorts , Monginis Deli , Yatra , Shoppers Stop , The Retail Association of India , Ferns & Petals, and many others. There's an extra list of DGM India merchants

I would expect there will be some Tea merchants on here soon.

Also worth knowing: When you see numbers like 1,000,000 and you're accustomed to seeing the commas every three digits, remember that convention doesn't apply throughout the entire world. In India, orders of magnitude have different significances. So, you see these:

Leks : 100000 (one hundred thousand)
Crores : 10000000 (ten million)

and the commas in the positions accordingly. So, instead of the speed of light being 299,792,458 it would be 29,97,92,458.

There's an unusual border between India and Bangladesh which has got complications.

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Geographically, in geological time, India was previously a separate continent/island, but on plate tectonic animations you can see India has crashed into Asia, resulting in the stacking-up of the Himalayas as a crumple-zone, and India being known as a Subcontinent. Is Europe ever referred to as a Subcontinent?!

Incidentally, Aitken Spence Hotels have hotels in India.

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