Why are Indians literally everywhere?

Why are Indians literally everywhere?

India is a country with more than 1.3 billion people living inside its borders alone and has always been a country looked at by external powers as blessed with its human resources. India has been known for its universities and its education system with universities like Nalanda which were world famous for its times. India arguably is also considered as a birth-place of a type of democracy where nobles were allowed to vote and elect the leader or the king who enjoyed absolute power over their kingdom depicted in Bollywood movies such as Bajirao Mastani and Mohenjodaro Yet, as we see India today is still a lower-income nation with a lot more people to feed than the resources it has, due to which many talented people choose to leave India, in pursuit of a better life.

India is a country with more than 1.3 billion people living inside its borders alone and has always been a country looked at by external powers as blessed with its human resources. India has been known for its universities and its education system with universities like Nalanda which were world famous for its times. India arguably is also considered as a birth-place of a type of democracy where nobles were allowed to vote and elect the leader or the king who enjoyed absolute power over their kingdom depicted in Bollywood movies such as Bajirao Mastani and Mohenjodaro Yet, as we see India today is still a lower-income nation with a lot more people to feed than the resources it has, due to which many talented people choose to leave India, in pursuit of a better life.

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