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Surender Singh
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  3. 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


  4. The Brahmaputra eanges Narmad Baglades Deccan Pla Arabian Sea Bay of Bengal Krishna 35 BY: SURENDER SINGH


  5. indian Ocoan Indian Plate Formation of Himalayas Indian Subcontinent India today Pi te Eurasian Plate 10 million years ago continestal crust oceanic crus aesthenosphere 38 mante 71 Continental crust Continental crust r00 oceanic crust 200 BY: SURENDER SINGH 40


  6. Knee-bend flexures that are called syntaxial bends Syntaxial Bends of Himalayas Nango Parbat Namcha Barwa BY: SURENDER SINGH 37


  7. Continental Drift Theory Two landmasses "Laurasia in North and "Gondwanaland in South" Both the landmasses were PERMIAN 225 million years ag0 200 million years ag0 separated by a shallow sea called "Tethys Sea". Size of Tethys sea kept on decreasing due to movement of landmasses towards each other, thus, resulting in the formation of the young fold mountains "Himalayas" CRETACEOUS 65 million years ago 35 million years ago PRESENT DAY BY: SURENDER SINGH 39


  8. Theory of Plate Tectonics Plate movements are of three types: Convergent Boundary: In this case, the two adjacent tectonic plates move towards each other * Divergent Boundary: In this case, the two adjacent plates move away from each other Transform Boundary:In this case, the two adjacent plates move along their borders. Mantle Mantle Mantle Convergent Boundary Divergent Boundary Mantle Transform Boundary BY: SURENDER SINGH 38


  9. Greater Himalayas or Himadri Lesser Himalayas or Himachal Shiwaliks or Outer Himalayas Peninsular Plateau Tibetan Plateau Indo-Gangetic Plain Bases of the Geoayacline made up of hard erystalline rock BY: SURENDER SINGH 41


  10. The Northern Mountains (Himalayas) They are the highest mountain 347N ranges in the world. These mountain ranges start from INDIA RELIEF PAKISTAN 129 Pamir Knot in the west and extend up to Purvanchal in the east. Youngest & Loftiest mountain range of the world Formed by Tectonic Forces ANMA DECCAN PLAT oun ENGAE n metron 2400 Km in Length Above 1200 400 Km width in Kashmir to 160 Km Arunachal Pradesh 600-1200 300-600 0-300 Mt. Range 12 NDIAN OCEAN 921 BY: SURENDER SINGH 36


  11. Trans Himalayas Immediate to the north of the Great Himalayan Range Most of the part of this Himalayan range lies in the Tibet and hence also called Tibetan Himalaya Ranges - Zaskar, K2 (Godwin Austin), Ladakh, Kailash and Karakoram Range The highest peak of Karakoram range is Mount K-2 (8611 m) which is also known as Godwin-Austin or Qagir. BY: SURENDER SINGH 47


  12. Greater Himalaya (Inner Himalaya) OR HIMADRI Average height 600 1200 mts Most of the Dun & Duars are located in this range Ex. Dehradun, Patlidun (longitudinal valleys) Deciduous type forests The core of this part is composed of granite. All the prominent Himalayan peaks are in this range. Famous glaciers like the Siachen Glacier, the Gangotri and Yamunotri, etc. Greater Himalayas or Himadri Lesser Himalayas or Himachal Shiwaliks or Outer Himalayas Peninsular Plateau Tibetan Plateau Indo-Gangetic Plain Bases of the Geosyocline made up of hard erystalline rock


  13. 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


  14. 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


  15. 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