Lesser Himalaya (or Middle Himalaya or Himachal or Antagiri) was formed rising up south of the Greater Himalaya. The average height of lesser Himalayan ranges is about 5000 meters. Pirpanjal in Jammu and Kashmir, Dhauladhar in Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Nag Tibba in Himachal Pradesh … [Read more...] about Lesser Himalayas
Introduction: India is predominantly an agricultural country. For the purpose of discussing the characteristics of Indian soil, we have divided it into two essentially different sets, viz. (1) North Indian soil and (2) South Indian Soil. North Indian Soil The Northern India plains are mostly … [Read more...] about Characteristics of Indian Soil
Rains form a very important feature of the Indian climatic conditions. It helps India in various way as follows: Economic value: Their economic value to this country is very great. They are responsible for our large agricultural produce. They also contribute towards a major portion of our foreign … [Read more...] about How does rain help India?
India being an agricultural country mostly depends on monsoons rain that is very much uncertain. Therefore, Indian agriculture needs artificial watering of the fields. The artificial way of supplying water to the agricultural farm or field at the right moment in an appropriate volume for the … [Read more...] about Why Irrigation is Indispensable in India?
The Brahmaputra Valley: The eastern part of the Northern plain in Assam made by the deposition of silts of Brahmaputra river is called Brahmaputra valley. Salient features: This is an elongated narrow plain which is bounded by the hills in the north, east and south. The plain slopes from … [Read more...] about The Brahmaputra Valley