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This site is best viewed in Internet Explorer version 5 or later, with Style Sheets and Java Script enabled and a screen resolution of at least 800x600 pixels.
Certain features are not (correctly) displayed in Netscape Navigator version 4.XX.

Used Link colours

"Links" : colours used for links (and visited links) in the left and right-hand navigation bars. Note: the green underlined rollover state for these links doesn’t show in Netscape Navigator version 4.XX.
"Links": link style used for bottom navigation area and for "more".
"Links": link style used within the content of the page.
The link hierarchy indicator or "depth gauge"
(for example home >articles > dussehra) at the top of the content area of each page provides an easy way to go back to a higher level.
Additionally some of the coloured bold titles in the "content" and "latest entries" (home page only) link to pages or sections.
Basically any text that changes colour when you move the mouse pointer over it will lead to another page.


The top, left, bottom navigation bars are fixed and have the same links on each page. Links in the top and bottom bar are duplicates and lead only to the major landmark or overviewpages for each section. The left-hand side navigation gives direct access to a wider range of pages, including some content pages within different sections. The right hand side navigation bar varies with the content; as indicated it has either some links relevant or contextual to the main content or/and external links, as well as links to the Quick Ref(erence) popup windows.

Popup Windows

We only used popup windows from links where it wouldn’t have made sense otherwise, i.e. a bigger image display from photographs of articles or journal / india diary and the statistical information contained in the Quick Ref(erence)s.

Quick Ref(erence)

The individual Quick Ref links open up a popup window with a brief statistical overview of that particular state or place. The data used origins from the CIA Factbook India, Britannica 2002 and the census of India. We accept no liablity for the accuracy of the data.


Where we saw fit, some links are duplicated, there are several different ways to get to certain pages. Please don’t get annoyed, we certainly didn’t try to lead you up the garden path.

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