Northern Plains

The Great Northern Plains of India The interaction of the three major river systems, the Indus, Ganga, and Brahmaputra, as well as their tributaries, has generated the northern plains. To the south of the Himalayas are the Northern Plains. It is made up of silt deposited by the Himalayan Mountains and its streams. These plains … Read more

Largest National Park in India

Definition of National Park   A national park is a natural park founded and protected by national governments for conservation objectives. A sovereign state often proclaims or owns a reserve of natural, semi-natural, or developed territory. Although national parks are designated differently by each country, there is a common theme: the preservation of “raw nature” … Read more

Black Soil in India

Introduction of Black Soil Metals such as iron, magnesium, and aluminum are abundant in India’s black soil. It is, however, nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, and humus deficient. The iron oxide component in black soil gives it a red color. This soil accounts for 15% of all soil types in India. Volcanic boulders and lava flow make … Read more

Kaveri River System in India

Important Features of Kaveri River Kaveri river is also known as  the “Dakshi Bharat ki Ganga,” or “Southern Ganga.” The Cauvery River rises at Talakaveri on the Brahmagiri range near Cherangala hamlet in the Kodagu (Coorg) region of Karnataka, at a height of 1,341 meters. The river is 800 kilometers long from its source to … Read more

Types of Soil in India

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Soils of India   Soil is the topmost layer of the continental crust, made up of worn rock fragments. The soils of India are the result of both physical and human causes. Simply said, soil is a mixture of small rock particles/debris and organic materials/humus that forms on the earth’s surface and supports plant growth. … Read more

List of nine Union Territories in India


  How many Union Territories in India 2021? India’s territory is divided into three categories, according to Article 1 of the Constitution: (1) state territories, (2) union territories, and (3) lands that the Indian government may acquire at any time. In India, there are 28 states, eight union territories. States in India are part of … Read more

Renaissance in Europe

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Importance of Renaissance period in Europe The Renaissance, which is a French word that means “rebirth” or “revival,” moved Europe out of the Middle Ages and into modern times. It took place during the 14th and the early 17th centuries. In the worlds of art, literature, and technology, there was a revival. Life beyond death presented … Read more

National Disaster Management Plan

What is national disaster management system? The National Disaster Management Authority is in charge of disaster relief. After the Gujarat earthquake, the Indian government established a High Powered Committee in 1999 and a National Committee in 2001 to offer recommendations on disaster management strategies and identify efficient mitigation mechanisms, recognizing disaster management as a national … Read more

Impact of Green Revolution

Importance of Green Revolution in India Norman Borlaug was the driving force behind the Green Revolution in the 1960s. In the world, he is renowned as the “Father of the Green Revolution.” For his efforts in producing High Yielding Varieties (HYVs) of wheat, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1970. M.S. Swaminathan was … Read more

Land Reforms in India

What is Land Reform? The official approach and emphasis on land reforms in India has shifted throughout time in response to new concerns, as can be seen in the next two phases. Phase-IThis phase begins shortly after the country’s independence. All economies were agrarian before they were industrialized; the only difference is the time period. … Read more