Praise of India - Quotations

- In Praise of India: Top 10 Famous Quotations -

1. Will Durant [American historian] - "India was the motherland of our race, and Sanskrit
the mother of Europe's languages: she was the mother of our philosophy; mother, through the Arabs, of much of our mathematics; mother, through the uddha, of the ideals embodied in !hristianity; mother, through the "illage community, of self#go"ernment and democracy$ %other India is in many ways the mother of us all"$

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ar! T"ain [American author] - "India is, the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grand mother of tradition$ &ur most "aluable and most instructi"e materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only$"

3. Al#ert $instein [American scientist] - "'e owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how
to count, without which no worthwhile scientific disco"ery could ha"e been made$"

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ueller [&erman scholar] - If I were asked under what sky the human mind has

most fully de"eloped some of its choicest gifts, has most deeply pondered on the greatest problems of life, and has found solutions, I should point to India$

5. 'omaine 'olland [French scholar] - "If there is one place on the face of earth where all
the dreams of li"ing men ha"e found a home from the "ery earliest days when man began the dream of e(istence, it is India$"

worthy in comparison only to the superlati"e mountains that o"ershadow it$ It is this "ariety which pro"ides a breathtaking ensemble for e(periences that is uni)uely Indian$ 2erhaps the only thing more difficult than to be indifferent to India would be to describe or understand India completely$ .here are some parts of the world that."So far as I am able to . e(aggerated scale. get into your heart and won't go$ /or me. and worships them all$ In religion all other countries are paupers. nothing o"erlooked$" 8. e"ery one of them left an indelible imprint which was absorbed into the Indian way of life$ E"ery aspect of the country presents itself on a massi"e. races and tongues$ Enriched by successi"e wa"es of migration and marauders from distant lands. (u )hih [former Am#assador of *hina to +)A] . tastes.".udge. when brought face#to#face with India.here are perhaps "ery few nations in the world with the enormous "ariety that India has to offer$ %odern day India represents the largest democracy in the world with a seamless picture of unity in di"ersity unparalleled anywhere else$" ."It is impossible not to be astonished by India$ -owhere on Earth does humanity present itself in such a di11ying."India has two million gods.echnicolor$" 9.eith -ello"s [. nothing has been left undone. by its lush beauty and e(otic architecture./ational &eo0raphic )ociet1] . smells. by its ability to o"erload the senses with the pure. . either by man or nature. A 'ou0h &uide to India ."India con)uered and dominated !hina culturally for *+ centuries without e"er ha"ing to send a single soldier across her border$" 7. India is the only millionaire$" 10. once "isited. concentrated intensity of its colors.P . creati"e burst of cultures and religions. e(perienced e"erything re#rendered in brilliant . to make India the most e(traordinary country that the sun "isits on his rounds$ -othing seems to ha"e been forgotten. and sounds$$$ I had been seeing the world in black 0 white and.6. India is such a place$ 'hen I first "isited. I was stunned by the richness of the land. ar! T"ain . ar! T"ain .