Indian Geography

Indian Geography

The peninsular land of India has a rich topography. On one hand, there are the dominant Himalaya range. On the other are coastal plains and islands. And in between deserts!

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India spreads over an area of about 3.28 million sq. km and shares its international borders with seven other countries. India’s geography is extraordinarily rich as it has  rivers flowing throughout the country, from west to east and east to west which results in different  types of soil, vegetation and culinary habits. 

The long  coastline  of India has been a key player in facilitating business since ancient times. To know more about the Indian geography and the role it plays in influencing its nature, follow this series. 

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