Geography of India is fascinating . Its size is so substantial that it is commonly called a sub-continent. It is located in between the snowy elevations of the Himalayas and the Indian Ocean. The Sea washes the land for lots of kilometers from Bengal to Ketch.India is a big country and its GeographyÂ is varied and vast.
The country stretches on all sides consisting of the huge north plains, the Thar desert in the west, separated hills in the east, patchy stage surface, the old hills, coastal plains in the south and the snow-capped mountains in the north. It gets a wealth of sunshine from the tropic sunshine as well as rain from the monsoons. The countries that form the Indian sub-continent today are Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.
10 questions onÂ GeographyÂ of India
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Question 1Mc Mohan Line is the line forming the border between
India and China India and Pakistan India and Nepal India and Bhutan
Question 2IST is ----- achead of GMT
5 h min 4 h 30 min 6 h 45 min 5 h 45 min
Question 3IST is
a uniform time adopted by all places in India the difference in time between two states the difference in time between two places none of these
Question 4At Greenwich the time is 12 noon Thursday, the IST is
5. 30 p.m. 6.30 a.m. 3 p.m. 6. 30 p.m.
Question 5Indian climate is an example of
equatorial tropical Monsoon mediterranean sub-Tropical
Question 6New Moore island is located in
Indian Ocean Arabian Sea Bay of Bengal Palk Strait
Question 7The strait located between Sri Lanka and India is
Cook Strait Strait of Malacca Palk Strait Strait of Gibraltar
Question 8'The Sugar Bowl' of the world to
Cuba India USA China
Question 9Mount Everest is in this country
India China Bhutan Nepal
Question 10Bauxite is an ore of
iron manganese mica aluminiumOnce you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect.There are 10 questions to complete.