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Social project (coromandal coast)

  1. 1. Social Science Assignment On Physical Features Of Coromandal Coast Malabar Coast Konkan Coast
  2. 2. Origin Of Name The region derives its name from the Tamil Chola Mandalam (“Land of the Chola,”) an ancient dynasty that ruled the region from the mid- 9th century CE to 1279. It also has been known since ancient times as the “land of the temples,” for the many temples that are located along the coast.
  3. 3. Location Coromandel Coast, broad coastal plain in eastern Tamil Nadu state, southern India. Extending over an area of about 8,800 square miles (22,800 square km).  It is bounded by the Utkal Plains to the north, the Bay of Bengal to the east, the Kaveri delta to the south, and the Eastern Ghats to the
  4. 4. Location On Map
  5. 5. Economy • Agriculture is the main occupation of the coastal People. • Rice, pulses (legumes), sugarcane, cotton, and peanuts (groundnuts) are grown. • Bananas and betel nuts are grown together with rice in the low-rainfall region of the interior. • There are casuarina and coconut plantations along the coast. • Large-scale industries produce fertilizers,
  6. 6. Temperature
  7. 7. Temperature This place have moderate temperature. The temperature doesnt go to high and too low. This area doesn't receive plenty of rainfall.
  8. 8. Record High Temperature - 450 MAY (2003) Record Low Temperature - 110 February (1974) Most Rainfall receiving Month - November Least Rainfall receiving Month - March Hottest Months - May , June ( Temperature - 380 average )
  9. 9. Rainfall
  10. 10. Tourism Awesome and lovely place to visit
  11. 11. Malabar coast The Malabar Coast is a long and narrow coastline on the south- western shore line of the mainland Indian subcontinent . Geographically, it comprises the wettest regions of southern India , as the Western Ghats intercept the moisture-laden monsoon rains, especially on their westward-facing mountain slopes. The Malabar Coast is also sometimes used as an all encompassing term for the entire
  12. 12. The Malabar Coast, in historical contexts, refers to India's southwestern coast, lying on the narrow coastal plain of Karnataka and Kerala states between the Western Ghats range and the Arabian Sea. The coast runs from south of Goa to Kanyakumari on India's southern tip.
  13. 13. Weather Of This Region Average Max. Temperature – 300 c Average Min. Temperature – 200 c Maximum Rainfall Month – June Minimum Rainfall Month – January No rainfall or fog takes place in this region.
  14. 14. Location Of Malabar Coast
  15. 15. Temperature of 2012 at Malabar Coast
  16. 16. Konkan Coast The Konkan also called the Konkan Coast or Karavali . It is a rugged section of the western coastline of India from Thane district to Mangalore. The sapta- Konkan is a slightly larger region described in the Skanda Purana which
  17. 17. Geographical Location Of Konkan The precise definition of Konkan varies, it is roughly the lands between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, and between the Tapi river in the north to the Chandragiri river in the south, it includes the following districts roughly of modern India, notably Gujarat's Valsad, Dadra, Nagar Haveli Maharashtra's districts of Raigad, Mumbai, Thane, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg, the state of Goa, and the Uttara Kannada, Udupi and Dakshina
  18. 18. Location On Map - Highlighted area is Konkan Coast
  19. 19. Temperature of 2012 at Konkan Coast
  20. 20. Weather Of this region • Average Max. Temperature – April • Average Min. Temperature - January • Maximum Rainfall Month - July • Minimum Rainfall Month - February • Some Fog takes place from month October – January.
  21. 21. This Region Is Widely Famous For its DanceThis Region Is Widely Famous For its Dance It Has a Many Folk Dances like –It Has a Many Folk Dances like –  Kavadi AatamKavadi Aatam  Bharat NatyamBharat Natyam  KuchipudiKuchipudi  Kola AttamKola Attam  KodakoothuKodakoothu  DevaraattamDevaraattam  SilambattamSilambattam
  22. 22. Submitted by - Aditya Rawat Pankhuri Samdani Jafar Attarwala Ayushi Tyagi Abbas Kanchwala Aditi Khandelwal Rishik Jain Amish Shah
  23. 23. Our Respected Madam – Mrs. Renu Kumawat Submitted To –
  24. 24. Thanks For watching and being Good Audience Hope you liked it.