Class 6 Geography
Question 1: Name the major physical divisions of India.
Answer: The major physical divisions of India are as follows:
Question 2: India shares its land boundaries with seven countries. Name them.
Answer: Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar
Question 3: Which two major rivers fall into the Arabian Sea?
Answer: Narmada and Tapi
Question 4: Name the delta formed by the Ganga and the Brahmaputra.
Answer: The Sunderban
Question 5: How many States and Union Territories are there in India? Which states have a common capital?
Answer: There are 29 States and 7 Union territories in India. Punjab and Haryana share Chandigarh as capital. Andhra Pradesh and Telangana share Hyderabad as capital.
Question 6: Why do a large number of people live in the Northern plains?
Answer: The land in the Northern Plains is highly fertile. This land is ideal for construction of roads, railways and houses. Hence, a large number of people live in this area.
Question 7: Why is Lakshadweep known as a coral island?
Answer: Lakshadweep is formed of coral and other organic materials. Hence, it is known as a coral island.
Question 1: The southernmost Himalayas are known as
Question 2: Sahyadris is also known as
Question 3: The Palk Strait lies between the countries
Question 4: The Indian islands in the Arabian Sea are known as
Question 5: The oldest mountain range in India is the
Question 1: Discuss the neighbours of India.
Answer: Many countries share their borders with India. Afghanistan and Pakistan are towards west of India. China, Nepal and Bhutan are towards north of India. Bangladesh and Myanmar are towards east of India. Sri Lanka and Maldives are towards south of India. Sri Lanka is separated by India by the Pak Straits.
Question 2: Write a brief note on the Himalayan Mountains.
Answer: The Himalayan Mountains are in the north of the Indian subcontinent. The Himalayan Mountains are divided into three parallel ranges, viz. the Great Himalaya or Himadri, the Middle Himalaya or Himachal and the Shivalik.
Question 3: Write a brief note on the Northern Plains.
Answer: The Northern Plains lie to the south of the Himalayas. These plains are formed by the rivers; the Indus, the Ganges and the Brahmaputra and their tributaries. The lands are highly fertile in this region. Hence, this region has very high population density.
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