Category: Geography

Geography is the study of places and the relationships between people and their environments. Geographers explore both the physical properties of Earth’s surface and the human societies spread across it.

Soil
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Types of Soil

Types of Soil: Soils in India are divided into 8 major groups as per the All India Soil Survey Committee set up in 1953 by the ICAR – Indian Council of Agricultural Research. One valuable and important resource for each and every human being is soil, a mixture of organic materials and rock debris. Soil…

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Climate
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Climate

Climate: In India, the climatic regions are many, right from the alpine and temperate in the Himalayan north where there is sustained winter snowfall in the elevated regions, to the tropical in the south. The Thar Desert and Himalayas influence the climate of India, strongly. When atmosphere is in a temporary state, it is termed…

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The Natural Drainage System of India
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The Natural Drainage System of India

The Natural Drainage System of India The Natural Drainage System of India – India is a land of rivers. Both the 400 small and big rivers found here are divided into 200 small and 23 large river basins. In both the river systems there are differences in water levels and the drainage patterns. The water…

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Structure of India
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Structure of India

Introduction To study the geological structure of India, it is important to understand a number of points including the character and types of slopes and rocks, availability of minerals, the chemical and physical properties of soils, availability of water resources below the ground, the surface type, etc. Understanding about the geological time scale is also…

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Defining a Mixed Economy
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Defining a Mixed Economy

Defining a Mixed Economy What Is A Mixed Economy Defining a Mixed Economy – The characteristics of both socialism as well as capitalism are reflected in a mixed economy. In fact it includes both, government and private control. It is also termed as a marriage or a golden path, between socialism and capitalism. There is…

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