India, the country that is known mostly because of its iridescent spectrum of spices, traditional dances, saris, and elephants, also has the largest postal system in the whole world. There are unusual and unexpected places for its offices. In Haikki (Himachal Pradesh), there is the highest post office at an altitude of 4,440 meters. On Dal Lake in Kashmir, you can find a floating Indian post office, and in the 70’s, some cities were supplied with mobile camel mail. Uttar Pradesh (an Indian state) could become the 5-th country that has so many people. The Asian lion, also known as the Persian lion, lives in the Middle East and India.
Currently, it is an endangered species, and it can only be found in Gujarat. According to the Indian calendar, there are six seasons: summer, autumn, winter, spring, the monsoon season and the winter threshold season. Although the arid Rajasthan deserts are more famous. Meghalaya is indeed a very-very rainy place in the whole world. The Indian village (Mausinram) receives 11,871 millimeters of precipitation per year. In Meghalaya, you can find amazing bridges that were created by nature more than 500 years ago. Such Indian bridges from roots and frizzy stems are much stronger than wooden bridges that would quickly rot in the humid climate of Meghalaya. Ziona Chana is not a simple Indian man. He has the largest family that anyone can ever image: thirty-nine wives, ninety-four children, and thirty-nine grandchildren. All of them are living in the house that has four floors and a hundred rooms. This unusual house is located in Buckwang village, in Mizoram. The Indian naval bridge (Bandra Worley) consists of steel wires of equal length along the Earth’s circumference, and its weight is equal to the weight of 50,000 African elephants.