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The Locational and Spatial Setting of India

1. The_____runs half way through the country.
2. The English name of Sindhu river is _____.
3. In Geographical area, India occupies _____ place in the world.
4. In India,_____state gets the earliest Sunrise.
5. Difference between Greenwich Meantime and the Indian Standard time is _____
6. India’s total land frontier is _____ kms.
7. India’s total Coastline is _____ kms.
8. The Indian island closest to the Equator is _____.
9. India is separated from Srilanka by _____
10. The smallest state in area is _____.
11. The state stands on three seas is _____.
12. The border country sharing the longest boundary with India is _____.
13. The boundary line between china and India is _____.
14. The biggest state in area is _____.
15. The longest coastal state is _____.
16. The total islands in India are _____.
17. Indian Union consists of _____ states _____ Union territories.
18. The _____ island located between India and Srilanka.
19. _____ longitude is identified as the basis for
standard meridian in our country. 20. The capital of Nepal is _____.
21. The number of coastal states in India is _____.
22. Andhra Pradesh has the coastline of____.

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23. The number of countries that share the common land frontiers with India _____.
24. Our nearest neighbour across the ocean waters is _____.
25. The Minicoy island is the part of _____ Islands.


1. Tropic of Cancer;
2. Indus;
3. Seventh;
4.Arunachal Pradesh;
5. 51/2hours;
6. 15,200;
8. The Great Nicobar;
9. The Gulf of Mannar and the Palk strait;
10. Goa;
12. China;
13. MacMohan Line;
14. Rajasthan;
15. Gujarat;
16. 247; 17. 28, 7;
18. Pamban;
19. 82 1/2° East;
21. 9; 22. 972 kms; 23.7;
25. Lakshadweep.

Physical Features- Relief and Drainage

1. The Himalaya mountains are the young ____ mountains.
2. The Himalayas, Indo-Gangetic plains were occupied by the ____ sea.
3. The Himalayas form India’s northern frontier from ____ state to ____ state.
4. The longitudinal distance of Himalayas is____kms.
5. Greater Himalayas are also known as___
6. K2 mountain peak is in ____.
7. The highest mountain peak of the Himalayas in India is ____.
8. Pamir Plateau is located in ____.
9. The longitudinal extent of the great plains in India is ____.
10. The younger alluvium is known as ____.
11. Terai is a ____.
12. Bundelkhand upland is an extension of ____ plateau.
13. The peninsular plateau is slightly tilting towards ____.
14. The highest peak of peninsular in India ____.
15. The Deccan plateau is bounded on north by ____.
16. ____ river flows through a rift valley.
17. ____ river and ____river head streams formed the main stream of Ganga.
18. The highest peak in India is ____
19. The height of Everest mountain is ____.
20. The longest range in Himachal range is ____.
21. The south-west ward extension of Pir Panjal range is ____.
22. The popularise hill stations are situated in____range.
23. The outer Himalayas in Arunachal Pradesh are called as ____
24. The valleys which are separate the Siwalik range from the Himachal mountains are called as ____.
25. The ____ are responsible for causing rainfall in the plain during summer and monsoon type of climate in the country.
26. The pebble studded zone porous beds is known as ____.
27. The older alluvium of the flood plain is called the ____.
28. The tidal forests are called ____.
29. The highest peak in the Aravalli range is ____.
30. The eastern part of Satpura range is called the ____ plateau.


1. Fold;
2. Tethys;
3. Jammu Kashmir, ArunachalPradesh;
4. 2400;
5. Himadri ranges;
6.Karakoram range;
7. K2;
8. Trans Himalayas;
9. 3200 kms;
10. Khadar;
11. Marshy land under the Bhabar Zone;
12. Malwa;
13. East;
14. Anaimudi;
15. Satpura mountain range;
16. The Narmada;
17. Alakananda Bhagirathi;
18. Mt. Everest;
19. 8,848 mts;
20. Pir Panjal;
21. Dhula Dhar range;
22. Himachal;
23.Mishmi hills;
24. Duns;
25. Himalayas;
27. Bhangar;
28. Sundarbans;
30. Maikal.


1. India receives bulk of its rainfall from _____ monsoon gives
2. The retreating monsoon gives abundant rainfall to _____ coast
3. The monsoon burst first takes place in coastal areas in _____
4. The word ‘monsoon’ has been derived from the Arabic word _____
5. The highest temperature recorded in _____ state.
6. In summer _____ pressure system develops on the land surface of India.
7. The Indian agriculture is referred to as a gamble in the _____.
8. The rainfall is less than 75 percent of the
normal is called _____. 9. DPAP is the abbreviation of _____
10. The Government of India launched the National flood control programme in _____.

1.South-West;2.Western;3.Kerala; 4.Mausam;
5.Rajasthan; 6.Low; 7.Monsoons; 8.drou gh;
9. Drought Prone Area Programme; 10. 1954

Natural Vegetation

1. _____ State is having the largest area under forest
2. Sandal wood is produced mainly in _____ forests.
3. The tidal forests are also known as _____ forests.
4. Sundarbans are named after the _____ tree.
5. Teak is abundantly grown in _____ forests.
6. Alpine vegetation is found in _____
7. _____ percentage of land is required to maintain ecological balance.
8. The forest area in the country accounted for _____percent in the total geographical area.
9. Economically, most important- forests in India is _____.
10. The highest concentration of forest land is in _____.

1. Madhya Pradesh;
2. Tropical Moist Deciduous;
3. Sundarbans/Mangrove;
6. Upper Himalayas;
8. 20.55;
9. Tropical moist deciduous forests;
10. Arunachal Pradesh.


1. The older alluvium is called as _____ in India
2. The newer alluvium is known as_____in India.
3. The alluvial soils are rich in_____, _____.
4. The tropical chernozems in India are called as _____.
5. _____ soils are moist clayey and moisture retentive
6. Laterite Soils are characterised by leaching away of _____.
7. Immatured soils genereally found in _____.
8. Red Soils derived form the weathering of _____ rocks.
9. _____ soils developed due to deposition of sediments
10. The average annual removal of top soil per hectare in India through erosion process is _____ Tonnes.
11. _____ type of soil erosion is most prevalent over Chambal region.
12. Washing away of the fertile top most layer of the soil by natural causes is called _____.
13. _____soils are well known for their fertility

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