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National Fruit:
Mango was designated as the country's official fruit. It is often referred to as the "King of Fruits," and people of all ages enjoy it. There are about \(100\) kinds of fruit classed according to form, color, and size. The fruit has also appeared in the writings of various poets. It's high in vitamins A, C, and D, and it's great for your health. It is grown practically everywhere in the United States. Every year, the International Mango Festival is held in the capital of India, when all of the Indian fruit varieties are on show.
National River:
In November \(2008\), the Ganga was designated as the country's national river. Its river basin is the world's most densely populated. The Gangotri Glacier in the Himalayan mountains is the origin of the river. At its source, the river is known as the Bhagirathi.
It is regarded as a sacred river by Hindus and has significant religious importance. It is also the country's longest river, spanning over \(2500\) kilometres of valleys, mountains, and plains. It flows into the Bay of Bengal, located in the northeastern region of the Indian Ocean.