G.H.S.KEDOOR.

SOCIAL SCIENCE
INDIA
PROJECT BY:

AMBIKA
DEEPIKA
10TH 'B' STANDARD
Guided by : bhagwatmc@gmail.com
AIMS OF THE PROJECT
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TO STUDY THE LOCATION& AND
EXTENT OF INDIA
TO STUDY THE PHYSICAL FEATURES
OF INDIA
TO STUD...
INTRODUCTION
India is a peninsular of Asia. It lies between
the himalayan mountains in the north and the
Indian ocean in t...
India is a sub continent
Beause of 1.varies relief feauters
2.Climate
3. Natural vegetation
4.Diversities among the people
Location and extents
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The total area of a india is 32,87,263 sq.km
It extends 2,933 km from east to west and...
Physical features of India
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1.The Northern Mountains

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2. The North India Plain

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3.The peninsular Plateau

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4. Th...
T he Northern mountains
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There are 3 parallel ranges in the Himalaya.
There are: 1. The greater himalayas or himadri,
2....
The Northern mountains
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There are 3 parallel ranges in the Himalaya.
There are:

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1. The greater himalayas or himadri,...
Greater Himalayas or Himadri
They are the highest ranges of the
himalayan mountain.The average height of
these ranges is 6...
Himalayas
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They stop the monsoon wind and causes
rainfall

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Plenty of mineral resources

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Birth place of many rivers...
The North India Plains
Called heart of India Because
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Land is almost flat

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Very easy to construct irrigation canal

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Western Ghats
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Very Higher than eastern ghats

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Closer to the sea

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Continuous ghats

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Gets More rainfall
Eastern Ghats
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Not high has much as wester ghats

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Not closer to the sea

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Not continuous ghats

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Gets less rainfa...
West coast
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Gets more rainfall

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Width in narrow

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Straight

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Less natural harbles
East Coast
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Gets less rainfall

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Width in Border

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Not straight

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More natural harbles
East Coast
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Gets less rainfall

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Width in Border

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Not straight

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More natural harbles
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Rise in Himalayan Mountain

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Perrinial

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Best of inland navigation

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Large delta area

North Indian Rivers
South Indian Rivers
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Rise in Wester ghats

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Seasonal

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Useful for hydro electricity

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Less delta areas
Rivers and Birthplace
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Sindu - Mount. Kailash

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Ganga – Gangotri

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Chambal – Malwa plateau

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Sone – Maikala range
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Improtance of Rivers
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Generation of hydro electricity

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Irrigation

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Inland Navigaion
The improtant salt water lakes of India
are Chilka and Pulicat
The improtant fresh water lake of
Kashmir is 'Dal' lake nea...
EVALUATION
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-The largest river in Peninsular India is----Peninsular Pleaute in India divided into in two
part by---...
Guided by
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bhagwatmc@gmail.com

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bhagwatmc.blogspot.com
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  1. 1. G.H.S.KEDOOR. SOCIAL SCIENCE INDIA PROJECT BY: AMBIKA DEEPIKA 10TH 'B' STANDARD Guided by : bhagwatmc@gmail.com
  2. 2. AIMS OF THE PROJECT ● ● ● ● TO STUDY THE LOCATION& AND EXTENT OF INDIA TO STUDY THE PHYSICAL FEATURES OF INDIA TO STUDY ABOUT THE NORTH INDIAN RIVERS TO STUDY ABOUT THE SOUTH INDIAN RIVERS
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION India is a peninsular of Asia. It lies between the himalayan mountains in the north and the Indian ocean in the South.
  4. 4. India is a sub continent Beause of 1.varies relief feauters 2.Climate 3. Natural vegetation 4.Diversities among the people
  5. 5. Location and extents ● ● ● ● ● The total area of a india is 32,87,263 sq.km It extends 2,933 km from east to west and 3,214km from north to south. The land boundary of India has a lengh of 15,200km Rajastan is a the largest state with an area of 3,42,239 sq,km Goa smallest state with an area is 3,702sq.cm
  6. 6. Physical features of India ● 1.The Northern Mountains ● 2. The North India Plain ● 3.The peninsular Plateau ● 4. The Coastal regions of island
  7. 7. T he Northern mountains ● There are 3 parallel ranges in the Himalaya. There are: 1. The greater himalayas or himadri, 2.The lesser himalayas or himachal, 3.The outer himalayas or Siwaliks.
  8. 8. The Northern mountains ● There are 3 parallel ranges in the Himalaya. There are: ● 1. The greater himalayas or himadri,. 2.The lesser himalayas or himachal. 3.The outer himalayas or Siwaliks.
  9. 9. Greater Himalayas or Himadri They are the highest ranges of the himalayan mountain.The average height of these ranges is 6,000 meters above sea level. The important mountains passes are 1. Shipli-la which connects Gartok in Tibet with Shimlain Himachal Pradesh across river Satluj 2. Jelep-la which connets Lhasa the capital of Tibet with Kalimpong in west bengal. They provide good transport and also attra tourist
  10. 10. Himalayas ● They stop the monsoon wind and causes rainfall ● Plenty of mineral resources ● Birth place of many rivers ● Attaract tourists. ● ● Stop the cold winds that blow from Central Asia Medicinal plants and herbs grown in these mountains
  11. 11. The North India Plains Called heart of India Because ● Land is almost flat ● Very easy to construct irrigation canal ● Have excellent roads and railways ● Helps ful for establishment of industries ● ● About 40% of the total population of India lives here. Have inland Navigation
  12. 12. Western Ghats ● Very Higher than eastern ghats ● Closer to the sea ● Continuous ghats ● Gets More rainfall
  13. 13. Eastern Ghats ● Not high has much as wester ghats ● Not closer to the sea ● Not continuous ghats ● Gets less rainfall
  14. 14. West coast ● Gets more rainfall ● Width in narrow ● Straight ● Less natural harbles
  15. 15. East Coast ● Gets less rainfall ● Width in Border ● Not straight ● More natural harbles
  16. 16. East Coast ● Gets less rainfall ● Width in Border ● Not straight ● More natural harbles
  17. 17. ● Rise in Himalayan Mountain ● Perrinial ● Best of inland navigation ● Large delta area North Indian Rivers
  18. 18. South Indian Rivers ● Rise in Wester ghats ● Seasonal ● Useful for hydro electricity ● Less delta areas
  19. 19. Rivers and Birthplace ● Sindu - Mount. Kailash ● Ganga – Gangotri ● Chambal – Malwa plateau ● Sone – Maikala range ● Brahmaputra – Chemayundung ● Krishna – Mahabaleshwara ● Mahanadi – Sivaharanse ● Kaveri – Tala kaveri ● Narmada – Vindhya Range (Amarkantak)
  20. 20. Improtance of Rivers ● Generation of hydro electricity ● Irrigation ● Inland Navigaion
  21. 21. The improtant salt water lakes of India are Chilka and Pulicat The improtant fresh water lake of Kashmir is 'Dal' lake near Srinagar and Wulur lake. 'Nal' lake near Ahmedabad is fresh water lake and is a well-known asbird sanctury
  22. 22. EVALUATION ● ● ● -The largest river in Peninsular India is----Peninsular Pleaute in India divided into in two part by-----Malwa and Deccan are the two parts of--------
  23. 23. Guided by ● bhagwatmc@gmail.com ● bhagwatmc.blogspot.com

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