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My country india

  1. 1. MY COUNTRY INDIA
  2. 2. UNIQUE BLEND OFCUSTOMS ANDTRADITIONS IN INDIA INDIA has a unique blend of customs, traditions, religions and languages. Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity and Islam co-exist here in harmony. This wonderful blend makes INDIA a favourite destination for tourists. There are many tourist attractions here, such as, historical monuments, natural beauty and entertainments like
  3. 3. INDIA STATISTICS- STATES (PART 1) S STATE CAPITAL LITERACYNO. %1. Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad 60.502. Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar 54.303. Assam Dispur 63.304. Bihar Patna 47.005. Chhattisgarh Raipur6. Goa Panaji 82.007. Gujarat Gandhinagar 69.108. Haryana Chandigarh 67.909. Himachal Pradesh Shimla 76.5010. Jammu And Srinagar 55.50 Kashmir
  4. 4. INDIA STATISTICS-STATES (PART 2) S STATE CAPITAL LITERACYNO. %1. Maharashtra Mumbai 76.902. Manipur Imphal 70.503. Meghalaya Shillong 62.604. Mizoram Aizawl 88.805. Nagaland Kohima 66.606. Orissa Bhubaneshwar 63.107. Punjab Chandigarh 69.70 Rajasthan Jaipur 60.409. Sikkim Gangtok 68.8010. Tamil Nadu Chennai 73.5011. Tripura Agartala 73.2012. Uttarakhand Dehra Dun 71.6013. Uttar Pradesh Lucknow 56.30
  5. 5. INDIA STATISTICS-UNIONTERRITORIES S Union Capital LiteracyNO Territories % .1. Andaman And Port Blair 81.30 Nicobar Islands2. Chandigarh Chandiga 81.94 rh3. Dadra And Nagar Silvassa 57.63 Haveli4. Daman And Diu Daman 78.205. Lakshadweep Kavaratti 86.666. National Capital New 81.70
  6. 6. INDIA STATISTICS COUNTRY NAME - INDIA CAPITAL - NEW DELHI AREA (SQ. KM) - 32,87,240 POPULATION - 1,028,737,436 LITERACY (%) - 64.80 DENSITY (PERSONS PER SQ. KM)- 313 LIFE EXPECTANCY - 63 CURRENCY - INDIAN RUPEE GDP PER CAPITA ($) - 2,600
  7. 7. INDIA-FACTS Latitudinal location – National Fruit - 8.4°N -37.6°N Mango Longitudinal location Highest Peak - K2 / – 68.7°E -97°.25 E Godwin Austin Status – Sovereign, Democratic Republic Highest Waterfall – Location - South Jog Falls central region in Asia Largest Lagoon – Area-wise – 7th largest Chilika Lake country in the world Biggest Fresh water Population-wise – 2nd Lake – Wular Lake largest country in the Salt water Lake – world Sambhar Salt Lake National Animal – Tiger National Bird – Peacock
  8. 8. INDIA-PLACES OF TOURISM Dal Lake – Srinagar Fort – Gwalior Golden Temple – Jagannath Rath Yatra – Amritsar Puri Red Fort – Delhi Gateway of India – Hawa Mahal – Jaipur Mumbai Taj Mahal - Agra Charminar – Hyderabad Kedarnath Temple – Vidhana Soudha – Uttarakhand Bengaluru Shillong – Meghalaya Snake Boat Race – Heora Bridge - Kolkata Alappuzha Mamallapuram – A monument at the Government Park – Puducherry
  9. 9. INDIA-CLIMATE ANDNATURAL HAZARDSTYPES OF CLIMATE DANGERS TO Highland INDIA Humid subtropical Droughts Semi-arid Hot desert Arid Cold desert Tropical wet and dry Floods Tropical wet Cyclones Tsunami
  10. 10. INDIA-GEOLOGY AND SOILS TYPES OF GEOLOGY TYPES OF SOILS Quaternary – Recent Red soils Tertiary Red and Yellow soils Deccan Traps Laterite soils Mesozoic Sub - montane soils Upper Palaeozoic Desert soils (Gondwana) Grey and Brown soils Lower Palaeozoic Black soils Upper Proterozoic Mountain soils (Vindhyan) Alluvail soils Lower Proterozoic (Cuddapah) Skeletal soils Archaean Glacier soils
  11. 11. INDIA-LAND USE ANDNATURAL VEGETATION TYPES OF TYPES OF LAND USE NATURAL VEGETATION Arable Mountain Forest vegetation Non-agricultural Tropical moist use deciduous forest Tropical dry Plantation deciduous forest Scrub and grass Thorn forest Unproductive
  12. 12. INDIA-MINERALSMETALLIC MINERALS MINERAL FUELSBauxiteChromite CoalfieldsCopper Gas fieldsGold LigniteIron oreLead And Zinc OilfieldsManganeseSilverTungston
  13. 13. INDIA-MINERALS(NON-METALLICMINERALS) Asbestos Gypsum Barytes Kaolin Clay Limestone Diamond Magnesite Dolomite Mica Feldspar Fireclay Phosphates Granite Pyrites Graphite Quartz Salt Uranium
  14. 14. INDIA-IRRIGATION ANDFOREST SOURCES OF TYPES OF FOREST IRRIGATION Tropical evergreen Canal irrigation forest Tank irrigation Tropical deciduous Well irrigation forest MAJOR IRRIGATION Tropical thorn forest PROJECT Sub-tropical Godavari broadleaved forest Tawa Sub-tropical dry Ranvir evergreen forest Krishna Sub-tropical pine forest Rana Pratap Sagar Mountane wet temperate forest Himalayan temperate forest
  15. 15. INDIA-DRAINAGE BASINS 1 Brahmani 11 Narmada 2 Brahmaputra 12 Penneru 3 Ganga 13 Ponnaiyar 4 Godavari 14 Sabarmati 5 Indus 15 Subarnarekha 6 Kaveri 7 Krishna 16 Surma 8 Luni 17 Tapi 9 Mahanadi 18 Vaigai 10 Mahi 19 West coast drainage 20 Others
  16. 16. INDIA-WILDLIFE NATIONAL PARKS WILDLIFE Dudhwa SANCTUARIES Desert Ramnagar Sariska Rupi Bhawa Indravati Kawal Van Vihar Yaval Satpura Karlapat Sanjay Gandhi Koyna Gir Chandoli Corbett Sohagbarwa Panna Khangchandzhong ar Wild Ass
  17. 17. INDIA-FOOD CROPS ANDCASH CROPS FOOD CROPS CASH CROPSRice SugarcaneWheat CoconutBajra CottonJowar Jute TeaMaize CoffeeBarley TobaccoRagi RubberPulses Oilseeds Spices Fruits
  18. 18. INDIA-POWER PROJECTS CONVENTIONAL ALTERNATIVE POWER PROJECTS POWER Atomic PROJECTS Gas Biogas Hydel Geo-Thermal Thermal Solar Tidal (experiment) Wind
  19. 19. INDIA-INDUSTRIES AGRICULTURE ENGINEERING BASED BASED Cashewnut Aircraft building Cotton Automobile Jute Cables and wires Paper Food processing Rubber goods and beverage Silk and other fabrics Locomotive Sugar Machinery, tools Tobacco and parts Vegetable oils Ship building
  20. 20. INDIA-INDUSTRIES MINERAL BASED OTHERS Aluminium Asbestos Chemicals Brass and copper Drugs and Cement pharmaceutical Ceramics and s glass Fertilizer Electronics and Iron and steel electric Petroleum equipment Leather and leather goods
  21. 21. INDIA-AIRPORTS INTERNATIONAL DOMESTIC AIRPORTS Delhi – Uttar Pradesh AIRPORTS Amritsar - Punjab Srinagar – Jammu and Kolkata – West Bengal Kashmir Hyderabad – Andhra Chandigarh – Punjab Pradesh Chennai – Tamil Nadu Lucknow – Uttar Thiruvananthapuram - Pradesh Kerala Jodhpur – Rajasthan Bengaluru - Karnataka Allahabad – Uttar Guwahati - Assam Pradesh Ahmadabad – Gujarat Gwalior – Madhya Mumbai - Maharashtra Pradesh Nagpur – Maharashtra Ranchi – Jharkhand
  22. 22. INDIA-TOURISM PILGRIM CENTRES HISTORICAL CENTRES Amarnath – Jammu Srinagar - Jammu and and Kashmir Kashmir Sravasti –Uttar Leh - Jammu and Pradesh Kashmir Mathura – Uttar Ajanta - Maharashtra Pradesh Ellora - Maharashtra Madurai – Tamil Nadu Jaisalmer - Rajasthan Mahabaleshwar - Agra - Uttar Pradesh Mumbai Fatehpur Sikri - Uttar Gaya - Bihar Pradesh Sanchi - Madhya Kochi - Tamil Nadu Pradesh Rajkot - Gujarat Pushkar - Rajasthan Gangtok - Sikkim
  23. 23. INDIA-TOURISMHILL STATIONS Gulmarg - Jammu Aizawl - and Kashmir Mizoram Mount Abu - Chikalda - Rajasthan Maharashtra Dehra Dun - Uttarakhand Almora - Shimla - Himachal Uttarakhand Pradesh Pirmed - Kerala Amboli - Dalhousie - Maharashtra Jammu and Rajgir - Bihar Kashmir
  24. 24. INDIA-TOURISMRECREATION CENTRES BEACH LAKETithal - Gujarat Srinagar - Jammu andMurud - KashmirMaharashtra Bhopal - Madhya PradeshGoa - Goa Shivaji Sagar -Puducherry - Tamil MaharashtraNadu Agartala - TripuraKarwar - Udaipur - RajasthanKarnataka Palampet - AndhraVishakhapatnam - PradeshAndhra Pradesh Rohtak - HaryanaChennai - TamilNadu
  25. 25. INDIA-TOURISMRECREATION CENTRESMAJOR TOURIST SKIING CENTRE Gulmarg - Delhi - Uttar Jammu and Pradesh Kashmir Mumbai - Maharashtra Kullu - Himachal Bengaluru - Karnataka Pradesh Chennai - Tamil Nadu
  26. 26. INDIA-TOURISMRECREATION CENTRES(OTHER RECREATION CENTRES) Leh - Jammu and Kashmir Kumbhal - Rajasthan Madhubani - Bihar Ziro - Arunachal Pradesh Kohima - Nagaland Amarkantak - Chhattisgarh Bhilai - Chhattisgarh Jalgaon - Maharashtra Ahmadabad - Gujarat

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