Plures, expends its exceptional service/duty network with India air ambulance charter service. Plures offers the first aid, transport, medical and evacuation air ambulance service to the world's second most populous country located in South Asia.
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Plures gives exclusive, high-quality service to India, which is one of the most important business and cultural center throughout history and visited by thousands of tourists every year. Our company guarantees, individual special service with Indian air ambulance rental to personal and the institutional needs. Our company is at your disposal with our expert crew, regardless of place and time to perform patient transfers and other needs in the fastest way. Our company is sensitive to the evacuation operations, with India air ambulance charter service providing medical aid, transports very quickly the patients to their health care provider. Time plays an important role in terms of health. Without mattering the distance, our company gives service to India, and we mobilize all concerned health care facilities. Our company also creates a communication channel between patients and hospitals by private air ambulance service. In this respect, our company can provide air ambulance service from bed to bed.
A Brief History of India
Consisting of 28 states and union territory, ruling with parliamentary democracy form of government, India has hosted the world's most advanced civilizations throughout history. India is a country that different racial, cultural and religious ethnic diversity of people lived together. Information about the history of India begins with Aryan tribes consisting of Medes and Persians since 2000 BC. After laying the foundation of life by Aryans, that will last for centuries in India, Maurya Empire, Guptas and the Huns reigned the region. In 1st century AD Apostle Saint Thomas, the apostle of Jesus, allows the spread of Christianity in the region.
Buddhism loses its impact with the Hindu kingdoms established in the following centuries. With the spread of Islamic activities in India at the 7th century, the region has been dominated for five centuries by Ghaznavids. Then the region ruled by Mamluk, Khilji dynasty, Tugluk and Ludi communities. In 15th century the Mongol rulers in the region have been forceful. Approximately 350 years of Mongol sovereignty, in every sense during this period India had its golden age.
Due to the geographical and cultural position, invasion of India by the Europeans first took place by the Portuguese in the 15th century. Later with the interim periods until the end of the 19th century, the British exerted dominance. Then against the imperialist power in 1919, the liberation struggle began under the leadership of Gandhi has successfully resulted, the country has been recognized by all states in the world, taking the name of the Republic of India in 1950.
Geography and climate
With the world's seventh largest geographical area and the second most crowded population the country neighbouring at the south with the Indian Ocean, at west the Arabian Sea and the east Bay of Bengal, at west Pakistan, at northeast China, Nepal and Bhutan and at east Bangladesh. The physical structure of India consists of three sections; the Deccan Plateau, the Himalayas and the Ganges Plain. The world's highest peak Mount Everest is in the Himalayas. The country's major rivers are Ganges, Brahmaputra, Narbada, Godavari, Krishna and a part of the Indus. In India the main features of the monsoon climate seen as trade winds, hot and irregular rainfall, summers are rainy and winters are dry. Monsoon rains varies according to region.
Economy and Natural Resources
Fast growing population lowers per capita income and welfare of the people in the country. 80% of the population of the country deals with farming, while 10% deals with industry. The country is very rich in livestock but due to religious beliefs, it can not use these animals adequately. India has 25% of the world's iron reserves, has 80% of mica reserves. Also second in the world in terms of bauxite reserves, and it ranks third in the world in terms of manganese reserves.
Population and Social Life
With 1.2 billion population already containing 15% of the world's population, Hindus constitute 83% of the population in India, 11% Muslim, 2% Christian, Sikh 2% is 2% of the members of other religions.
Religion is a way of life in India. Religion is extremely effective in education, politics and social life among the people. India is home to many religions, such as Hindu, Islam, Christianity, Jainism, Sikhism.
Hinduism is the only religion that so-called mosaic of religions. Not having a holy book in this religion, there is no belief in one god. People in Hinduism worships, gods, goddesses, the sun, moon, planets, rivers, oceans, trees and animals. Festivals in the country to have religion-base, the most popular ones; Deepavali, Holi, Dussehra, Ganesh Chaturthi, Pongal, Janamasthm and Shiva Ratri festival. These Hindu festivals offers rituals that are unique.
As India's unique popular religions, Buddhism that advices to ignore the desire and ambition and Sikhism a monotheistic religion similar to Islam religion, draws attention. The country, in terms of cinema opened to the world with Bollywood and became an alternative to Hollywood. If we look at the country cuisine, spices comes to mind first. Coconut, bananas, rice, lentils are the most popular food in the country. According to Hindu tradition, they avoid from animal food.
Finally, the places to visit in this country are; the Taj Mahal mausoleum, the Temple of Khajuraho, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Hampi and Fatehpur Sikri structures draws attention.
The world is too small for Plures extending its services to India consist of 28 states and 7 resident district. You can save time and provide comfort to your patient with Plures' s special offers when they need medical transportation and transport services. Our company is always at your service 7/24 with India air ambulance rental service.