Physical Features Of India

Geography
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How the northern plains were formed?

A
By the interplay of three river systems Indus, Ganga and Brahmaputra
B
By the interplay of two river systems Narmada and Tapi
C
By the interplay of two river systems, Godavari and Krishna
D
By the interplay of all these river system
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The longest range of Middle Himalaya is the ____.

A
Kangra
B
Dhauladhar
C
Pir Panjal
D
Karakoram
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What are atolls?

A
They are rectangular coral reefs
B
They are circular or horse-shoe shaped coral reefs
C
These are triangular coral reefs
D
None of the above
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Which of the following states has the longest coastline?

A
Andhra Pradesh
B
Gujarat
C
West Bengal
D
Maharashtra
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Which one of the following is the longest river of the Peninsular India?

A
Narmada
B
Godavari
C
Ganga
D
Mahanadi
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The northern plain spreads over an area of ________.

A
5 lakh sq.km
B
6 sq.km
C
7 lakh sq.km
D
8 lakh sq.km
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The northern part of the western coastal plain is called the __________.

A
Malabar coast.
B
Kannad plain.
C
Konkan.
D
Kodaikanal.
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Geologically, which of the following physiographic divisions of India is supposed to be one of the most stable land blocks?

A
The Himalayas
B
The Northern Plains
C
The Peninsular Plateau
D
The Indian Desert
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State famous for terrace cultivation is ________.

A
Punjab
B
Haryana
C
Plains of Uttar Pradesh
D
Uttaranchal
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