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1. The north-south extent of India is
a) 2,500 km
b) 2,933 km
c) 3,214 km
d) 2,814 km
2. _________ River is known as ‘Sorrow of Bihar’.
3. A landmass bounded by sea on three sides is referred to as _________.
4. The Palk Strait and Gulf of Mannar separates India from _______
b) West Bengal
c) Sri Lanka
5. The highest peak in South India is
6. _____________ Plains are formed by the older alluviums.
7. Pulicat Lake is located between the states of
a) West Bengal and Odisha
b) Karnataka and Kerala
c) Odisha and Andhra Pradesh
d) Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh
1. Tsangpo — Tributary of River Ganga
2. Yamuna — Highest peak in India
3. New alluvium — River Brahmaputra in Tibet
4. Mt. Godwin Austen (K2) — Southern part of East Coastal Plain
5. Coromandel Coast — Khadhar
1. Tsangpo — River Brahmaputra in Tibet
2. Yamuna — Tributary of River Ganga
3. New alluvium — Khadhar
4. Mt. Godwin Austen (K2) — Highest peak in India
5. Coromandel Coast — Southern part of East Coastal Plain
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