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Vastu in Uganda:
Many Indians were tried to settle in Uganda to start many businesses. Some were settled in the liquor business. Indians were settled well in Uganda.
Some were tried to invite best vastu consultants in Bangalore city and some were tried to call best vastu pandit in Hyderabad, we heard few famous vastu consultant in Delhi also tried to visit Uganda, some were succeeded and some were never called back to again for the vastu consultation in Uganda.
There is no more chances, otherwise many may be moved to visit Uganda for doing businesses. Because the businesses in Uganda is like that fetch in those days.
Many people tried to go to many cities in Uganda like Kampala, Mbarara, Jinja, Entebbe etc. One vastu consultant in Tambaram tried to open one permanent office in Kampala in the year 2012.
By seeing this, everybody understands one thing, only one decision taken by the Government of Uganda attracted several sections of the people in the society. Alas!, all vastu consultants reach back to their base, we don't know the reason, but we thought the sources of income may not be attractive in Uganda.
Heavy businesses ran on those days. What we are requesting to all countries Governments that only one decision taken by the Government of Uganda draws the interest of many people from various countries.
So, best to take good declarations, your country will come up with more charm and will soon become a talk of the world.
Uganda, precisely the “Republic of Uganda” is a sovereign country located in East Africa in the “Great Lakes” locality. Physically Uganda is landlocked and is circumscribed by Rwanda towards the South West, Kenya towards the East, Tanzania towards the South, South Sudan towards the North, and, Democratic Republic of Congo towards the West.
Colonial-era has a deep impact on the country’s present situation and culture. Moreover, the country is famous for its waterfalls, wildlife, mountains, lakes and National parks. Some of the interesting facts include chimpanzees and rare birds that tourists often took interest in. Uganda is a member of The United Nations, Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Common Wealth of Nations.
First humans in the region of modern Uganda arrived approx. 2,300 years ago. It is estimated that these people came from the Central parts of Africa and were dependent on hunting.
Farming techniques were not well-known at that time but were later used. Although, no written records are present of the history of Uganda oral sources tell that numerous kingdoms including Ankole, Toro, Empire of Kitara, etc. ruled the region in their respective times.
Arabs were the first outsiders to reach the region as and were traders followed by the British whom came as explorers but swiftly claimed the regions for their crown under the cover of the protectorate.
The main purpose of the British was to extract as many minerals and resources as they can. These tactics often led to the starvation of the locals. Approx. 32,000 laborers were taken from East India to Uganda in the 1890’s to for the construction of railways and many of them died.
Some of the survivors adapted to live in Uganda and stared their own respective business. 1900-1920 period is termed as “Dark” in the history of Uganda as approx. 250,000 people died of Sleeping Sickness in Uganda.
The country finally attained independent in 1962 and escaped the jaws of coloring but it was starting of a long-term internal struggle which became more desperate by foreign involvement.
Thousands of people died due to armed conflicts, military coups, uprisings and political unrests. Military dictatorships and forced rules also led to the deaths of thousands of innocent peoples. In addition, the country was also involved in several conflicts with neighboring countries.
The Geography of Uganda features countless and breathless features including waterfalls, abundant lakes, rich flora and fauna, mountains, forests, and plateaus.
Most of the population and cities are located in the South near the “Lake Victoria” locality, which is one of the largest lakes in the world.
One of the best step taken by Uganda’s authorities is the preservation of the wildlife and other Natural sites. There over 60 protected sites in Uganda. Also, Uganda is one the 10 most diverse countries in the world have abundant wildlife and plant species.
Although, Uganda is a landlocked country and is trading activities are expensive, the land of Uganda is blessed with suitable climate, fertile land and a number of other conditions for suitable farming.
Experts estimate that if the farming is done properly in the country, it can alone feed the whole African continent.
But sadly, due to constant political turmoil, conflicts and unrests, Uganda is one of the poorest countries in the world.
Agriculture is still the backbone of Uganda’s economy and plays a vital role in GDP and exports. Some of the best agricultural products include coffee, tea, tobacco, fruits, vegetables and fish products.
The industrial sector includes the production of sugar, cotton, steel, cement, breweries, etc. If still proper policies and efforts are made by the government, Uganda can be one of the most prosperous and richest countries in the world.
Overpopulation is also one of the serious threat towards the development of the country. The population is growing at an alarming rate and things can become more complicated and difficult in the future.
Swahili is the most spoken language of Uganda and was declared as the second official language of the country.
Before this, English was the only official language from the times of independence.
Christianity is the dominant religion of the country and accounts for approx. 85% of the total population. Islam is the second largest religion and is followed by 14% of Uganda’s population.
- Country Uganda
- Capital City Kampala
- Area:241,038 km²
- Population: 4.15 crores(2016)
- Currency: Ugandan shilling
- Official languages: Swahili, English
- Demonym: Ugandan
- Government Unitary dominant-party semi-presidential republic
- Religions: Christianity
- Time Zone: EAT (UTC+3)
- Drives on the left
- Dialing / Calling Code: +256
- Internet TLD .ug
- Uganda National Animal Kob
- Uganda National Flower N/A
- Important Cities: Kampala, Gulu, Lira, Mbarara, Makindye Ssabagabo, Kyengera, Mukono, Njena, Kasangati.
- Famous Rivers Nile, White Nile, Kidepo River, Narus River, Achwa River, Pager River, Ora River, Nyagak River, Victoria Nile, River Kafu, Lugogo River, Lugogo River, Mayanja River, Sezibwa River, Lwajjali River, Okok River, Lake Victoria, Katonga River, Kagera River, Lake Albert, Nkusi River, River Muzizi, Semliki River, Lamia River, Rutshuru River.
- Border Countries Uganda is bordered by South Sudan to the north, Kenya to the east, Tanzania and Rwanda to the South, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west.
- Spiritual Places Namugongo Martyrs Shrine, Amabere Ga Nyinamwiru, Nyero Rock Paintings, Source of the Nile-Speke Monument, Bahá'í Temple, Walumbe Tanda Pits.
- Tourist Attractions: Kidepo Valley National Park, Karamoja region, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kasubi Tombs, Kampala, Ssese Islands, Lake Victoria, Kampala, Lake Mburo National Park, Lake Victoria, Rwenzori Mountains National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
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