1. Indian Military holds the World Record for accepting the Largest Military Surrender since World War II.
2. In the state of Mizoram, about 65 kilometers away from its capital Aizawl, there are shops without vendors in it.
3. India’s Ministry of Environment and Forests has declared Dolphins as “non-human persons”.
4. Mattur is a village in the Karnataka state of India is famous for the use of the Sanskrit language for their day-to-day communication.
5. North Sentinel Island, one of the Andaman Islands of India, is the home of Sentinelese who are among the last people worldwide untouched by modern civilization.
6. Ajay V. Bhatt, an Indian American computer architect developed the USB (Universal Serial Bus) technology.
7. At an altitude of 5,602 meters (18,379 ft), Baily Bridge, located in the Ladakh Valley in the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir, is the bridge at the highest elevation in the world.
8. Officially Mahatma Gandhi is not the “Father of the Nation”.
9. The funeral of CN Annadurai, the first Cheif Minister of Tamil Nadu, has the largest funeral attendance in the world to date.
10. Srinivas Ramanujan is the youngest Fellow in the history of the Royal Society.
11. Donald Trump once sued Kotak Mahindra Bank in Delhi HC and settled the case after a 3-year legal battle.
12. In the 1960s, it was mandatory to play the national anthem in cinema halls after every movie.
13. Kadambini Ganguly and Chandramukhi Basu were the first two female graduates not only from India but from the entire British Empire.
14. Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose invented Crescograph, an instrument used to measure growth in plants.
15. Meher Baba, an Indian spiritual master gave up his speech for 44 years till his death on 31st January 1969.
16. There is a temple named “Chinese Kali Mandir (Temple)” in Kolkata.
17. There is a village named “Pakistan” in Bihar, India.
18. V. K. Krishna Menon holds the Guinness World Records for giving the longest speech (7 hours and 48 minutes) before the UN Security Council defending India’s take on the Kashmir issue.
19. Auroville (City of Dawn) is an experimental township in the state of Tamil Nadu, India with some part of it in the Union Territory of Puducherry.
20. Mayong, a village in Assam, India is known as the “Land of Black Magic and Witchcraft”.
21. Samosa is not a native Indian dish. It was brought to the Indian subcontinent by merchants and traders from Central Asia in the 13th or 14th century.