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Incredible India By:- Chandan,9TH A1 Roll No. 31

India lies in the northern hemisphere. It extends between latitudes 8 4’N and 37 6’N and longitudes 68 7’E and 97 25’ E.:

INDIA - SIZE AND LOCATION India lies in the northern hemisphere. It extends between latitudes 8 4’N and 37 6’N and longitudes 68 7’E and 97 25’ E. LOCATION

India has an area of 3.28 million square km. India is seventh largest country in world. India share its land boundries with:- Pakistan, China, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Mayanmar, Afganistan. :

India has an area of 3.28 million square km. India is seventh largest country in world. India share its land boundries with:- Pakistan, China, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Mayanmar, Afganistan. SIZE

The physical features of india can be grouped under following divisons:- :

PHYSICAL FEATURES OF INDIA The physical features of india can be grouped under following divisons:- Himalayan Mountains Northern Plains Penninsular Plateau Indian Desert Coastal Plains Islands

Indian rivers are mainly divided into two major groups:- Himalayan Rivers Peninsular Rivers A river along with its tributaries may be called a river system.:

DRAINAGE Indian rivers are mainly divided into two major groups:- Himalayan Rivers Peninsular Rivers A river along with its tributaries may be called a river system .

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Himalayan River System :- Indus river system Ganga river system Brahmaputra river system Peninsular River System :- Narmada basin Tapi basin Godavari basin Krishna basin Mahanadi basin Kaveri basin

Climate refers to the sum total of weather conditions and variations over a large area for a long period of time. The climate in India is described as monsoon type.:

CLIMATE Climate refers to the sum total of weather conditions and variations over a large area for a long period of time. The climate in India is described as monsoon type.

Seasons :

Seasons Cold weather season (winter) Hot weather season (summer) Advancing monsoon (rainy season) Retreating monsoon (transition season)

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