India is a South Asian republic. It is the world’s second most populous nation, the seventh largest by land area, and the world’s most populous democracy. It shares land boundaries with Pakistan to the west, China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east, all of which are bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest, and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast.
Why You Should Study In India?
Cheap Tuition Fee and Life Epxenses
With over 800 universities in India, it’s not surprising that tuition fees vary greatly. Nonetheless, when compared to fees at Western universities, they are generally much more affordable.
In most cases, international students pay between 150 and 5,000 EUR per academic year. The cost of living is also very low, ranging between 150 and 300 EUR depending on your lifestyle and habits.
This ancient Indian practice is regarded as a strong system for overall wellbeing and health on all levels: body, mind, emotions, and energy in India. Even modern science is gradually uncovering more and more advantages to practicing yoga on a regular basis.
So, if you want to learn authentic traditional yoga in the way it has been taught and maintained for thousands of years, you should look for an ashram (e.g. Isha Yoga Centre)
Fast Growing Economy
In terms of GDP, India is among the top ten largest economies in the world (gross domestic product). Its economy has been rising at a rate of 7–8% for the past few years.
What we’re trying to say is that India has enormous economic and social potential. Staying and working in India, at least for a time after graduation, will help you be one of the people who makes a difference.
it's a perfect place to study and life.