Geography One-Liners for various competitive examinations
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Here are some important Geography one-liners for students competing for various exams
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1-The youngest fold mountains in the World are the Himalayas.
2-The greater Himalayas are called the Himadri. The lesser Himalayas are called the Himachal.
3-The most important Himachal range is the Pir Panjal Range. It is in Kashmir.
4-The outer Himalayas are called the Siwaliks.
5-The great peaks in the Himalayas are Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Cho Oyu, Nanga Parbat, Annapurna, Nanda Devi, Namcha Burwa.
6-The hill stations of the Himalaya ranges are Simla, Mussoorie, Nainital, Chakrata.
7-In Jammu, the Siwaliks are called Jammu hills and in Arunachal, they are called Mishmi hills.
8-The highest mountain peak in the World is Mount Everest. Its height is 8848 mts.
9-The Himalayas extend from Jammu, Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh.
10- Pass– A pass is a gap in mountain ranges providing a natural route across.
11-The longest glacier in the Himalayas is Siachen Glacier.
12-The World’s second highest peak is the K2 in the great Karakoram range. The highest table land is Pamir Plateau.
13-The two beautiful valleys located in the Himalayas are Kashmir valley and the Kulu valley.
14-Bhabar– Rivers flowing from the Himalayas deposit gravel along the foot of the Siwaliks. This pebble-studded zone porous bed is known as Bhabar.
15-Terai– The small Himalayan rivers flow underground through Bhangar zone creating a wild marshy tract. This tract is called Terai.
16-Khadar– The new alluvium deposit belt is called Khadar.
17-Bhangar– In the south of our country, the plains are composed of alluvium deposits. The older alluvium of the floodplain is called Bhangar.
18-The peninsula Plateau is situated to the south of the Great Plains.
19-The Western Ghats and the Eastern Ghats are two ghats on the South.
20-The river Narmada separates the Malwa Plateau and the Deccan Plateau.
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