The neighbouring countries of India are Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. India is located latitudinally in the Northern Hemisphere and longitudinally in the Eastern Hemisphere.
In the beginning, the cyclones were named arbitrarily after boats, catholic saints, etc. In the early 1900s, feminine names were given to cyclones while the male names were inducted from 1979. At present, the cyclones are named in a systematic way.
The Peninsula is a large mass of land projecting into a body of water. The Indian Peninsular Plateau is a part of the ancient Gondwanaland and is in a triangular shape. In this article, we have provided a list of Mountain passes in Peninsular India which will be helpful for the aspirants of competitive exams like UPSC/PCS/SSC/CDS, etc.
India is blessed not just with cultural diversity but also with diverse physical features like dry desert, evergreen forest, snowy mountains, long coast, and fertile plain. In this article, we have given details of the top 10 highest peaks of India.
Bihar is a landlocked state in the eastern part of India. The Bihar plain is divided into two unequal halves by the river Ganga which flows through the middle from west to east. In this article, we have provided the geographical structure of India.
The Government of India had launched the Project Elephant in the year 1992 with the objectives to protect elephants and their habitat. There are 32 Elephant Reserves in India. Check here the list of Elephant Reserves of India.
Here is the detailed information of Saudi Arabia's 500 billion dollar project, NEOM and why is it given such a name. Also, find out below what are the mega city's features, why is it called the futuristic city, its uniqueness and the geographical details of the city
Soil is one of the most important components for the sustainability of an ecosystem. But do you how the soil is formed? Check this article to know the major factors responsible for the formation of the soil.
The biosphere reserve is an important topic for the candidates preparing for UPSC, SSC, RRB, Bank PO/Clerk or any other government and competitive examinations. In this article, we have provided a list of all the Biosphere Reserves in India.
A mountain pass is a navigable route through a mountain range or over a ridge. Passes have played a key role in trade, war, and both human and animal migration throughout history. Let us have a look at some important passes in India.
India has a unique culture and is one of the oldest and greatest civilizations in the world. In this article, we have provided a summary of the Physiography of India as a quick revision capsule which can be helpful in the preparation of various competitive examinations.
Here, we have compiled a Comprehensive Study material on Indian Geography including major sections like Physical Features, Climate, Soil & Vegetation, Drainage System, Economic Geography, Human Geography among others.
Geography may be studied by way of several interrelated approaches, i.e., systematically, regionally, descriptively, and analytically. In this article, we have discussed the basic concepts of Geography.
Recently, the Assam government has approved the addition of 30.53 sq km that is 3,053 hectares to Kaziranga National Park of 884 sq km. What are the implications and significance of the move? What are National Parks? Importance of National Parks, its history, etc.? Let us read in detail.
The Ministry of Environment released its fourth detailed report on National Tiger Estimation, with India having 70% of the world's Tiger population. The report was released ahead of the International Tiger Day which is celebrated on July 29 every year.
Lonar Lake is located in the Buldhana district of Maharashtra. This lake is a notified National Geographical Heritage monument in India. Lonar Lake is 500 km from Mumbai in Buldhana district. Recently this lake was in the news because its water turned pink due to a reason. Let us discuss Lonar lake in this article and the reasons for change in the colour of its water.