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Central Highland of India (in Hindi)
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Malwa plateau, Bundelkhand plateau,Bhagelkhand plateau & Chota Nagpur plateau

Surender Singh
#M.Sc Geography # PG diploma in environment education .4years teaching experience#Geography NET qualified #2013 UPSC mains qualified .

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  1. Hi this is Smart Educator Surender Singh Y courses have be 1) 2) insolation Atmosphere oaded olcanoes Earthquakes 4) Earth's layers & Rocks World geograpythrough map its locatiorn structure of i Solar system & planets 6) 7 India and 7) s) BY:SURENDRA STUDY SOLUTION

  2. India divided into seven physical divisions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The Northern Mountains The North Indian Plain The Peninsular Plateau The central highland Great Indian Desert The coastal Regions Islands The Himalayan Range m Pla S Deccan Plateau BY: SURENDER SINGH 34

  3. The North Indian Plain The Plain is formed by depositional work of Rivers Indus, Ganga & Brahamputra 1 2400 km long & varying in width from 240 to approx. 320 km Divided into three sections 2 3 1. The Punjab Plain (Indus) 2. The Ganga Plain 3. The Brahmaputra Plain 1. Punjab Plains 2. Ganga Plains 3. Brahmaputra Plains BY: SURENDER SINGH

  4. The North Indian Plain Punjab Plains is formed by the Indus and its tributaries with 1. major portion of this plains in 2. Ganga Plains is between Ghaggar 3. Brahmaputra Plains From Tista to 1 Pakistan. 2 3 and Tista rivers. Dihang. 1. Punjab Plains 2. Ganga Plains 3. Brahmaputra Plains BY: SURENDER SINGH 56

  5. Northern plains subdivisions Bhabhar Tarai Khadar Bhangar ra) 57 BY: SURENDER SINGH

  6. Bhabhar It is about 8-16 km wide running in east-west direction along the foothills (alluvial fans) of the Shiwaliks. They show a remarkable continuity from the Indus to the Tista. The Bhabar belt is comparatively narrow in the east .The area is not suitable for agriculture BY: SURENDER SINGH 58

  7. The Terai The Terai is about15-30 km wide. The underground streams of the Bhabar belt re-emerge in this belt. Most of the Terai land, especially in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, has been turned into agriculturalland which gives good crops of sugarcane, rice and wheat. North Tibet (China) Mid Hills Teral Region Himalaya Region India BY: SURENDER SINGH 59

  8. The Bhangar The Bhangar is the older alluvium along the river beds forming terraces higher than the flood plain. Rabi season crop 9. BY: SURENDER SINGH 60

  9. The Khadar The Khadar is composed of newer alluvium and forms the flood plains along the river banks. A new layer of alluvium is deposited by river flood almost every year. This makes them the most fertile soils of Ganges. Bangur and Kadir areas are commonly found in the doab regions. Some villages may have both Khadar and Bangar areas within their revenue boundaries. Bhangar soils are less fertile as they are above flood level whereas Khadar soils are more fertile. Kharif season crop DOAB Khadir Bangar BY: SURENDER SINGH


  11. The Peninsular Plateaus INDIA Triangular in shape; composed of the oldest rocks & Surrounded by hills Narmada Tapi divides it into 2 parts viz. Central highland 8& Deccan plateau (Peninsular plateau region) entral Highlands.- Deccan platea Arabian sea Bay of Bengal Andaman and Nicobar Lakshadweep Indian Occan BY: SURENDER SINGH 63

  12. Division of Peninsular Plateau The Central HighlandThe Central Highlands .Malwa Plateau Bundelkhand .Baghelkhand Chotanagpur Plateau The Deccan Plateau .Deccan Trap Western Ghats .Eastern Ghats North-EastExtension har Desert Chota Nagpur Vindhyas e De Plateau BY: SURENDER SINGH 64

  13. INDIA Peninsular plateau region alwa plateau and plateau Bundekhand plateau Aasam platea Bha entral Highlands thgtanagpur plateau Deccan plateau Maharashtratplateau Arabian Telengana plateau sea Bay of Bengal karnataka plateau maidan malna surendra study solution Andaman and Nicobar Lakshadweep Indian Occan BY: SURENDER SINGHH 65

  14. .NE part of Peninsular plateau -includes Jharkhand, parts of Chhattisgarh & WB, .Highest Peak Parasnath Famous as Patland plateau & known as ruhr of India Chhota nagpur Plateau 98 1 BY: SURENDER SINGH 69 raf rif

  15. Deccan Plateau Largest plateau in India; Lies to the south of the Narmada River; Shaped as inverted triangle. Surrounded by Satpura hills, Mahadeo hills, Maikala range, Amarkantak hills and Rajmahal hills in the north; Western Ghats in the west and the Eastern Ghats in the east The plateau is suitable for the cultivation of cotton; home to rich mineral resources & a source to generate hydroelectric power Maharashtra Plateau Karnataka Plateau O Telangana plateau BY: SURENDER SINGH 75

  16. Maharashtra Plateau INDIA (Peninsular plateau region) The Maharashtra Plateau lies in Maharashtra It forms the northern part of the alwa plateay Bundelkhand plateau and plateau Deccan Plateau Aa am plateau The entire area is covered by black entral Highlands cotton soil known as regur. Deccan plateau Maharashtraplateau Arabian sea Telengana plateau Bay of Bengal maidan malnad surendra study solution Andaman . and Nicobar Lakshadweep Indian Occan BY: SURENDER SINGH 76

  17. Karnataka Plateau The Karnataka Plateau is also known as INDIA (Peninsular plateau region) the Mysore plateau The plateau is divided into two parts called Malnad and Maidan wa plateau Bu The Malnad in Kannada means hill Aasam plateau Central Highlands.... country Average elevation of 600-900 m Deccan plateau Maharashtraplateau The highest peak (1913 m) is at Arabian sea Telengana plateau Bay of Bengal Mulangiri in Baba Budan Hills maidan malna pla surendra Andaman study solution and Nicobar Lakshadweep Indian Occan BY: SURENDER Si

  18. Western Ghats Important Passes (Rail Links , lim a la Thalghat Mumbai-Kolkata Bhorghat - Mumbai-Chennai Phalghat -> Kochi-Chennai Important Hill Ranges Cardmom Hills to south har Desert Chota Nagpur Vindhyas atpuras ecca n Rann of Kutc Sundarbans Platea Anamalai hills to nortlh Lakshadweep I Nilgiris Andaman and Nicobar 1s, Cardamo Palni to North East Nilgiri Range (Highest peak> Doda Betta along ooty (Udhagmandalam) Highest Peak of South India -> Anaimudi (2696 m) Hills TN BY: SURENDER SINGH 73

  19. Great Indian Desert The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, is a large arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent that covers an area of 200,000 km2 (77,000 sq mi) and forms a natural boundary between India and Pakistan. It is the world's 17th largest desert, and the world's 9th largest subtropical desert. The Thar desert forms approximately 5% of the total geographic area of India BY: SURENDER SINGH 80