Ancient india civilization

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Ancient india civilization

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Brahmaputra river: It is major river of Central and South Asia.It is soucred from the Chemayungdung Glacier in the Himalayas and it joins with the Ganges river and their waters goes into the Bay of Bengal. It flows through Tibet, some parts of India, and Bangladesh.

Deccan Plateau: The plateau takes up most of central India. It has many rivers which all flow to the bay of bengal. Its average elevation is around 2,000 feet. The climate is drier than on the coast and also arid.

Brahmaptura River

Deccan Plateau

Eastern and Western Ghats: The Ghats are mountain ranges that define the eastern and western edges of Ancient India. The 2 ranges run through the coasts. The Eastern Ghats include many uncontinued and and different hill masses that generally are well known along the northeast-southwest Bay of Bengal. The range has an average height of about 2,000 feet.

Western Ghats

Eastern Ghats

Citationshttp://www.religionfacts.com/hinduism/beliefs/gods

Ganges River: It is used as the holy river of Hinduism. It is a wide and slow stream. It flows through India and Bangladesh. It runs along for 419,300 miles.

Ganges River

Himalayas Mountains: The Himalaya Mountains are a great mountain system for Asia that creates a very helpful barrier between the Plateau of Tibet to the north and alluvial plains of the Indian subcontinent to the south.

Himilayan Mountains

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