Q1. "The northern plains of India are densely populated" Why?
Q2. "There are many riverine islands in Brahmaputra river". give reason
q3. The eastern ghats are irregular. Give reason
q4. The deccan plateau is suitable for the production of cotton. give reason
q5. narmada and tapi river deposit their water into the arabian sea, where the slope of land is towards east. explain
Asked by vatsalchoudhary41 | 10th Jul, 2014, 03:33: PM
The northern plains of India are densely populated because of the following reasons:
- They consist of large plain of alluvial soil and the deposition of alluvium in a vast basin lying at the foothills of the Himalaya over millions of years make this plain fertile.
- It spreads over an area of 7 lakh square kilometres, is 2,400 kilometres long, 240 to 320 kilometres broad and are flat lands which make staying simple for the people.
- They are made up of three major river systems, namely - the Indus, the Ganga and the Brahmaputra along with their tributaries. This helps in increasing the agricultural produce.
Kindly ask the rest of the questions as separate queries,
Answered by Akanksha Kaul | 10th Jul, 2014, 09:27: PM
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