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9th Class Chapter No 2 - Physical Features of India in Geography for CBSE NCERT

CBSE Class 9 Geography Chapter 2 NCERT Solutions

India's physical feature refers to the variety of the landform and the different type of regions and features that India possesses.This topic tells about the major physio graphic division of Indian plateau. The physio graphic division divides into 6 different regions.

 The Himalayan Mountains

This mountain range divides into three parallel ranges namely Himadari, Himachal and Dhaula Dhar

  • Himadari: These ranges consist of loftiest mountains that have an average height of 6000 meters. All famous Himalayan peaks lie in it.
  • Himachal: Most rugged range that is made up of altered and highly compressed rocks. 
  • Dhaula Dhar:These are the lowest peaks that consist of the valleys of Kashmir, Kullu, and Kangra. Besides, this region is known for its hill stations.
  • Shiwaliks: Refers to the outer-most range of Himalayas.


 The Northern Plains

The three rivers namely Ganga, Indus, and the Brahmaputra play a major role in the formation of these plains. Generally, this area has the most fertile Alluvial soil. It covers an area of 7 lakh sq. km. Also, the plain is densely populated. And it’s the most productive part of India about agriculture. Due to the favorable climate and adequate supply of water this region is most fertile. Broadly these plain divides into three sections.

  • Punjab Plains:This refers to the plain formed by the Indus and its tributaries. 
  • Ganga Plains :This is formed by extends of Teesta and Ghaggar rivers. And it is spread over the plains of North India.
  • Brahmaputra Plains: It lies in the east particularly in Assam.


 The Peninsular Plateau

These plains consist of metamorphic, igneous, and crystalline rocks. They formed due to the drifting and breaking of Gondwana land. They are broad consists of two divisions.

  • The Central Highlands:A bio-geographic zone that consists of Malwa, Chota Nagpur, and Deccan plateaus.
  • Deccan Plateau:It’s a large area between southern and western India.
  • Western Ghats: Lies on the western coast.
  • Eastern Ghats: Lies on the eastern coast.

The Indian Desert

These lie in the western part of India. Besides, sand dunes enclose these sandy plains. Apart from that, the area receives very little rainfall and the climate is hot.

 The Coastal plains

This coastline runs along the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. Above all, it consists of three sections listed below:

  • Konkan- The northern part of the coast.
  • Kannad Plain- The central part of the coast.
  • Malabar Coast- the southern part of the coast.

The Islands

There are numerous islands in the Indian Ocean. These islands are small and big and known as the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep.

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