The hobbies of Germany are the following-
 First of all, soccer is really popular in Germany, it isn't considered a girls' sport at all(only boys). Also, hiking is very famous there (has been for ages, and from young people to pensioners, everybody does it). 

Germany is also quite well-known for its love of games - board games, card games, and more,you name it. Loads and loads are invented every year when it comes to Germany, there are fairs where people meet to try out the season's new games etc. 

There is also a long tradition in Germany of joining a club for your hobby. You'll find many people are members of a variety of clubs, including Sportvereine (sports clubs), Gesangvereine (choirs), Wandervereine (hiking clubs), Tierzuchtvereine (animal breeding clubs - rabbits and pidgeons mostly) and collectors' clubs for anything from stamps to vintage cars.

The hobbies of India are below-
There are many different types of hobbies in India right from the traditional ones like stamp and coin collections to art work, reading and craft making. Women in rural areas in the North embroider, crochet and knit. Women in the South find time to create 'kolam' that is making designs outside their homes with rice powder. Similar designs are called 'Rangoli" in other parts of India. Learning different kinds of doll-making (Rajasthan has puppets while Karnataka has wooden or clay dolls), pottery, traditional painting, weaving, music or dancing are also hobbies still in practice, and what's amazing is each state in India has its own unique style of creativity. Especially Cricket!

the boys and girls like to watch television and about 90 per cent of the people owns television.

they like to do crafts work such as making of cuckoo clocks.

they love to play football and it is very popular in germany.

they also like to be engaged in hiking and jogging.

indians specially girls are not allowed to roam freely .

they usually prefer works done at house.

they are very creative and love to decorate things and also their houses.

the boys are given more importance.

they spent their time chatting with their friends.