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The most awaited largest continent of the world is here- Asia. Lets begin it with Indo-china region. The South Eastern Asia is covered in this lesson completely.

Suraj Kumar Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Suraj Kumar Gupta
Top Educator 2017 Certified production engineer from RCF Kapurthala & BALCO Korba, winner of competition by UN, National Youth Parliament

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Thanks kapil Sir for such a detailed explanation about Mudra
ports which are important for OBOR and India's countering it Vietnam, Myanmar may be included
very nice course. along with maps it can be followed easily. familiarity with maps increases. nice way of teaching. Thank you.
Did laos just disappear from the map?
sir, you are lecture is very nice, magnificent, marvellous, mind blowing and impeccable.
ITCZ almost coincides with equator. It is a converging zone for trade winds. The sun moves within the Torrid zone limiting its movement From T.o.Cancer in the north till T.o.Capricorn in the south, The ITCZ apperantly follows the sun's direction of movement. During northward movement of sun i.e summer in Northern hemisphere ITCZ shifts northwards as a result the trade winds which were earlier converging also shifts slightly northwards. once they cross equator due to coriollis force they turn to their right and bring ample showers to India and subcontinent
  1. ASIA -by SURAJ KUMAR GUPTA


  2. ABOUT ME B.TECH (ME) from Inderprastha Engineering College Winner of UNO essay writing competition. Cleared UPSC CDS 5 times in a row, AFCAT, CAPF. .Runner up in National youth parliament . Interests : Writing, Playing Guitar and piano, Cricket etc. RATE, REVIEW, RECOMMEND


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  4. INTRO It's impossible to cover the largest continent of the world in a single lesson, hence we will divide it into four regions, namely - 1. South east Asia 2. Eastern Asia 3. Western Asia 4. Central Asia So let's proceed with the SE Asia today


  5. South East Asia . This region enhanced our headache by being in the policies of Gol like "LOOK EAST POLICY" This is the region (remember it consists of 10 participatory countries of ASEAN also) .


  6. hungking Henchow Ryukyu Islands INDI CHINA Japa iwan an Hano FREXCH Hong Kong (Br) CHNA SOUTH PACIFIC Ra Thailand Hue CHINA zPHIL IPPINE OCEAN SEA Manih pHTT TPPINE Hanekok Mi.nill ISILANDS ADAMIAN SEA Bay pi GUL Saig Palawa Mindanan o Caroline Palau Islands ota Bharu Japa uah Lumpur VA (Br) Manad ingapore Halmahera Samatra andiermasin endar i Aint Dosthagen. JAVASEA BANDA SE FLORES SEA OCEAN POrt) Timor ARAFURA SEA Christmus Islnnd TIMOR SEA


  7. CLIMATE OF THIS REGION Mainland SE Asia is affected by south west Monsoon . Island nations have Equatorial climate Tropical cyclones occurs in late summer due to increase in SST and shift in ITCZ


  8. Physiography of Myanmar (BURMA) 5,881 INDIA ESH Kennedy 2,704 Mt. Victoria -23,053 m NAYPYITA THAIL 2


  9. Shan vs Korat SHAN KORAT It's a RAIN SHADOW REGION Shifting cultivation is practiced here Rubber Plantation is widespread Nickel, lead, zinc reserve are there Millets are produced Tin, Tungsten, lead and sulphur reserves are there


  10. THILAND THAILAND Physical Map LAOS Galy 2175m CHINA MYANMAR BANGKOK VIETNAM . : 115 CAMBODIA A n d a man Ko Pud S e a Ko mangan Ko Samu Height (m) Khao Luang 1786 m LEGEND peak country Captat