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1. A triangular landmass that lies to the south of the river Narmada.

2. It is formed due to the breaking and drifting of Gondwana land.

3. It is the southern part of the ancient super continent Pangea with Angara land.

4. The Himalayas bend sharply to the south and spread along the Eastern boundary of India called as

5. The largest inhabited riverine island in the world is

6. The largest salt water lake in India. It lies in the state of Orrisa to the South of Mahanadi delta.

7. The longitudinal valley lying between lesser Himalayas and the Shiwaliks are known as

8. The northern most range in the Himalayas is known as

9. The outermost range of Himalayas is called

10. The part of Himalayas lying between Indus and Satluj has been traditionally known as Himalayas.

11. Where is Indias only active volcano found ?

12. Which is the only large river in the Indian dessert ?

13. Which of the following is the administrative headquarters of Lakshadweep ?

14. Which of the following river does not forms the Northern Plains ?

15. Which plains in India are reffered to as the granaries of the country ?

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