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India's Five Themes of Geography
Transcript of India's Five Themes of Geography
India is located in Asia underneath china and is to the right of Afghanistan and Pakistan. India is at approximately 21°N and 78°E. it would take about 1 day and 4 hours to fly from hear to Nagpur Dr.Ambedkar international airport.
The Taj Mahal is a very important mausoleum in Agra, India. The Western Ghats is a mountain range on the west side of India. The Weather pattern in India is winter in January and February and the summer is March to May while the Monsoon Season is June to September and the Post monsoon season is October to December.
By Rushil Shah
& Jimmy Doubek
Most of Indian families support them selves by farming. They rely on the monsoon season for irrigation so if the monsoon season dosent come or comes late it could result in many people starving, sometimes even resulting in death. India also has bountiful natural resources, which include natural gas, diamonds, petroleum, titanium ore, and coal.
In India the culture dose not change as rapidly as Americas dose, especial because many people in India are more pore and do not have the money to purchase new items constantly such as cars and new clothing that is "in style".
India is classified into three major regions the Himalayas, the vast Indo-Gangetic Plain, and the southern Peninsula. The Himalayas are the home of the tallest mountains of the world and is very cold an snowy. The Indo-Ganetic Plain is a large dry plain in the center of India. The southern Peninsula is covers in rolling hills and lots of greenery.
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