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Difference Between India and France

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India and France are different countries, which differ in their geographical, cultural, traditional and political characteristics.

India is officially known as the Republic of India, whereas France is officially termed as the French Republic. India is a country in South Asia, and France lies in the western region of Europe.

As a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic, India is the seventh largest nation in the world, in geographical terms, and the second most populous nation in the world. On the other hand, France is a unitary, semi-presidential republic. It is the largest state in the European Union, and the third largest in Europe.

While India has recognized Hindi and English as official languages, France has only recognized French as the official language. The state of France was formed in 1843, with the treaty of Verdun. India is an ancient country, and was colonized by the British, French and Portuguese for a very long period. The country got its independence from the British on August 15, 1947.

Another difference that can be seen is that France is a developed country, whereas India is a developing country. When comparing their economies, France has a better economy than that of India. The national GDP of France is higher than that of the national GDP of India.

The name ‘India’ has been derived from the word ‘Indus’, which has been adapted from the Sanskrit word Sindhu. Well, there are numerous theories about the origin of the word France. The word France is a term that has been coined from the Latin word ‘Francia’, which means land of the Franks. It has also been said that France was derived from ‘frankon’, a Proto-Germanic word.

Well, France and India have many cultural differences. Unlike France, India has a cultural pluralism, and the people are very much absorbed in traditional customs. In India, family values are greatly respected.

Summary:

1. As a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic, India is the seventh largest nation in the world, in geographical terms, and the second most populous nation in the world. France is a unitary, semi-presidential republic.

2. While India has recognized Hindi and English as official languages, France has only recognized French as the official language.

3. France is a developed country, whereas India is a developing country.

4. When comparing their economies, France has a better economy than that of India.

5. Unlike France, India has a cultural pluralism, and the people are very much absorbed in traditional customs.

6. In India, family values are greatly respected.


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