Ever wondered what residents of other states of India are curious to know about the Indian state that you're from? We used the Google auto-complete function to find out!
Ever wondered what residents of other states of India are curious to know about the Indian state that you’re from? We used the Google auto-complete function to find out!
Google search has become a fantastic tool for understanding what the people of the world want to know. We used the google auto-complete function to find out what people from India are asking the most about the different states in the country.
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We typed ‘Why is,’ plus the individual state name, into Google.in to find out what Indians are asking about each Indian state. Here’s what we found!
Here’s the results of when we typed ‘Why is…’ on Google.in
Andhra Pradesh … famous for pearls?
Arunachal Pradesh … called Arunachal Pradesh?
Assam … not developing?
Bihar … so poor?
Chhattisgarh … called bowl of rice?
Delhi … mini India?
Goa … so famous?
Gujarat … a dry state?
Haryana … so backward?
Himachal Pradesh … cooler than Delhi?
Jammu and Kashmir … important to India?
Jharkhand … poor?
Karnataka … famous for silk?
Kerala … so densely populated?
Madhya Pradesh … poor?
Maharashtra … the richest state in India?
Manipur … part of India?
Meghalaya … the wettest place on Earth?
Mizoram … beautiful?
Nagaland … a dry state?
Odisha … not developing?
Punjab … the land of 5 rivers?
Rajasthan … so hot?
Sikkim … sparsely populated?
Tamil Nadu … against Hindi?
Telangana … created?
Uttar Pradesh … so poor?
Uttarakhand … called Devbhoomi?
West Bengal … in the East of India?
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