Category: Geography of India
Land Borders of India touched with 7 countries, which covers 15,106.7 km. Indian Standard Time (IST) is calculated on the basis of 82.5′ E longitude
Indo-Gangetic plain also known as northern plains of India. It is the largest floodplains of the world made by Indus, Ganga and Brahmaputra river system
Peninsular Rivers of India include Godavari River, Krishna river, Narmada river & many others. Details about all important Peninsular Rivers are available here.
The Indus river, the Ganga river and the Brahmaputra river comprise the Himalayan river systems. Himalayan rivers are Antecedent Drainage.
List of Plateaus & Mountain Ranges in India. We covered all the Mountain Ranges in India from Western and Eastern Ghats, North East India, Chota Nagpur Plateau
Major islands in India are Andaman and Nicobar islands in Bay of Bengal and Lakshadweep islands in Arabian Sea. In total, there are 1208 islands in India.
Coastline of India is about 7517 Km & it can be divided into Western Coastal Plains & Eastern Coastal Plains
Himalayas, or the Himalayan Mountains, stretch across the northern & north-eastern part of India. The Himalayan Mountains are the highest range in the World.