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                         Chapter- 7. Our Country India


Q1. Answer the following questions briefly.

(a) Name the major physical divisions of India.

Ans. The major physical divisions of India are :

1. Great mountain of the North Himalayas

2. North Indian plains

3. Peninsular Plateau

4. coastal plains

5. Islands

Arabian sea in the west, Bay of Bengal in the east and Indian  Ocean in the south wash the shores of the Indian peninsula.

(b)  Indian shares its land boundaries with seven countries. Name them.

Ans. The seven countries are :

(a) Afghanistan

(b) Pakistan

(c) China

(d)Nepal

(e) Bhutan

(f) Myanmar

(g) Bangladesh

(c) Which two major rivers fall into the Arabian sea ?

Ans. The two major rivers which fall into the Arabian sea are :

(a) Narmada, (b) Tapi.

(d) Name the delta formed by the Ganga and Brahamaputra.

Ans. Sunderbans, in west Bengal, is the delta formed by the Ganga and Brahamaputra.

(e) How many States and Union Territories are there in India ? Which states have a common capital ?

Ans. There are 28 states and 7 union territories in India. Punjab and Haryana have a common capital (Chandigarh).

(f) Why do a large number of people live in the Northern plains ?

Ans. The Northern plains are generally level and flat and formed by the alluvial deposits brought down by the rivers Indus, Ganga and the Brahamaputra and their tributaries. It is a fertile land and that is why, large number of people live in the Northern plains.

(g) Why is Lakshadweep known as a coral island ?

Ans. Lakshadweep islands lie in the Arabian  sea. They are formed of coral deposits. Coral polyps are short-lived microscopic organisms, which live in large groups in shallow, mud-free and warm waters. The islands lie opposite the coast of Kerala, in the Arabian sea.

Q2. Tick the correct answer.

(a) The southernmost Himalayas are known as

(i) Shiwaliks

(ii) Himadari

(iii) Himachal

(b) Sahyadris is also known as

(i) Aravali

(ii) Western ghats

(iii) Himadari

(c) The Palk Strait lies between the countries

(i) Sri Lanka and Maldives

(ii)India and Sri Lanka

(iii) India and Maldives

(d) The Indian islands in the Arabian sea are known as

(i) Andaman and Nikobar Ialands

(ii) LaKahadweep

(iii) Maldives

(e) The Oldest mountain range in India is

(i) Aravali hills

(ii) Western ghats

(iii) Himalayas

Ans. (a) (i), (b) (ii), (c) (ii), (d) (ii), (e) (i)

Q3. Fill in the blanks

(a) India has an area of about .........

(b) The Greater Himalayas are also known as ..........

(c) The largest state in India in terms of area is .........

(d)  The river Narmada falls into the ........ sea.

(e) The latitude that runs almost halfway through India is .........

Ans. (a) 3.28 million sq. kms.,

(b) Himadri

(c) Rajasthan

(d) Arabian

(e) Tropic of Cancer.

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