The name India (भारत) may refer to either the region of Greater India, or to the contemporary Republic of India contained therein. The term is derived from the name of the Sindhu and has been in use in Greek since Herodotus (4th century BC). The term appears in Old English in the 9th century, and again in Modern English since the 17th century. The Republic of India has three principal short names, in both official and popular English usage, each of which is historically significant. More information...
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