Is it possible to call a dictionary from a list? if yes,help to solve my problem

for 5th week 2nd given exercise,I just want to print or call a whole dictionary from a list instead of
dictionary Item.but I can’t do the same.
if it is possible to do,help me.

parliament={
    "location":"Delhi",
    "lat & long":'"28.6172°N\","77.2082°E\"',
    "country":"India",
    "noumber of house":2,
    "name of house":'"Rajyasabha\"and "Lok sabha\"'
}
india={
    "Name":"India",
    "capital":"Delhi",
    "continent":"Asia",
    "PM":"Narendra Modi"
}
wankhede={
    "Locatino":"Mumbai",
    "Country":"India",
    "Lat & Long":'"18.9391°N\","72.8258°E\"',
    "owner":"Mumbai Cricket stadium"
}

data_list=[parliament,india,wankhede]
word=input("What you want to search:-")
word_list=word.split()
temp=""
for i in word_list:
    # print(i)
    if i in data_list:
        temp+=data_list.get(i)
        print(temp)
    else:
        temp+=a

Hi Sanjit, Can you explain briefly, what you are actually trying to do ?

Sir,
Assume that, in the Input box someone enter “I want to know about India”
After that a Dictionary which name is “India” willbe Printed.
I mean I want to call a whole Dictionary Instead of Dictionary’s key and value.

You can do the following:

for i in word_list:
    for dict in data_list:   #iterating over dictionaries
        if i in list(dict.values()):
            print(dict)

Sorry sir,this code not work for me.
Maybe I made some mistake.
Can you check it and suggest me what I need to do?

parliament={
    "location":"Delhi",
    "lat & long":'"28.6172°N\","77.2082°E\"',
    "country":"India",
    "noumber of house":2,
    "name of house":'"Rajyasabha\"and "Lok sabha\"'
}
india={
    "Name":"India",
    "capital":"Delhi",
    "continent":"Asia",
    "PM":"Narendra Modi"
}
wankhede={
    "Locatino":"Mumbai",
    "Country":"India",
    "Lat & Long":'"18.9391°N\","72.8258°E\"',
    "owner":"Mumbai Cricket stadium"
}

data_list=[parliament,india,wankhede]
word=input("What you want to search:-")
word_list=word.split()
#temp=""
for i in word_list:
    for dict in data_list:
        if i in list(dict.values()):
            print(dict)

I think you cannot compare a string with a dictionary name or its values. In your code data_list is a list of elements of dictionary data type whereas in word_list is a list of elements of string data type. Even if we convert the ‘dict.values()’ to a list, it will be a list of elements of dict_values data types. Hence you will never find ‘item’ of word_list in data_list.
You can check the data type by:-
print(type(dict.values()))
and
print(type(i))

Thanks