Geography One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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Geography One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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Geography

 

 

 

 

Here are some important Geography one-liners for students competing for various exams

 

Watch some of the important points of Geography below.

1-The Closest capital to tropic cancer is Ranchi

2-Andaman and Nicobar State is known by the name of Black Water

3- The tropical cyclone Willy occurs in Coast of North West Australia

4-Ring of fire refers to Circum Pacific Seismic belt.

5-Mainland India has a coastline of 6,100 km.

7- In the N.E. part of the country, the Andamans are believed to be extensions of mountains system.

8- Ten Degree Channel line separates Andamans from Nicobars.

9- The rivers in India can be divided into two main groups Himalayan Rivers & Peninsular Rivers.

10-The total length of Ganga system is 2525 Km. 1450 km is in Uttarakhand and UP, 445 km is in Bihar and 520 km is in West Bengal.

11-The total length of Indus system is 2880 km (709 km is in India)

12- The Brahmaputra in Bangladesh is known by name Jamuna.

Brahmaputra
Brahmaputra

13-The Earth is the densest of all planets. It is also called Blue Planet.

14- The Circumference of Earth is 40,232 Kilometers.

15-The shape of the earth is oblate spheroid or oblate ellipsoid. It is almost spherical, flattened a little at the poles with a slight bulge at the center.

16- June 21 is the longest day in North Hemisphere.

17- 22 Dec is the shortest day in North Hemisphere.

18-The point on the earth’s surface vertically above the earth surface is known as Epicentre.

19-22 Dec is the longest day in South Hemisphere.

20-June 2 is the shortest day in South Hemisphere.

21-The equator represents in 0° latitude

22-Astronomical Unit (A.U) is the mean distance between the earth and the sun. One light year is equal to 60,000 A.U.

23-Biggest Planet- Jupiter

Jupiter
Jupiter

24- Nearest Planet to Earth- Venus

25-Hottest Planet- Venus

26-Brightest Planet- Venus

27-Nearest Planet to Sun- Mercury

28- Smallest Planet- Mercury

29-Coldest Planet- Neptune

30-Brightest star after Sun- Sirius

31-Farthest Planet from Sun- Neptune

32-Heaviest Planet- Jupiter

33- Planet with maximum satellites- Jupiter

34- Red Planet- Mars

35-Greatest Diurnal Temperature- Mercury

36-Earth’s Twin- Venus

37-Blue Planet- Earth

38-Planet with a big red spot: Jupiter

39-Smallest Satellite: Deimos

40- Biggest Satellite: Ganymede

41-Lord of the Heavens: Jupiter

42-Green Planet: Neptune

43-Morning/Evening Star: Venus

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