Who found India?

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Vasco da Gama was the first European explorer to reach India on May 20, 1498. Vasco da Gama started his maiden voyage from Lisbon on July 8, 1497 discovering a new sea route to India, which many people thought as impossible as they assumed that the Indian Ocean was not connected to any other seas.
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India was really not found by anyone in particular. The Indus Valley Civilization, an Indian people, were the first to settle there. They were called the Harappan Civilization, too.
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Nobody knows who was the first person to find iron. This is because iron has been used by mankind since before written records were kept. Look here for more information:
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The ancient religion of Shinto has been in existence since around 500 B.C. It does not have any real founder. The Shinto deities are called the Kami.
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