Q- Mention the nature of Geology and topography of the Himalayas, the peninsular plateau and Northern Plains.
Answer- The nature of Geology and topography of the Himalayas, the peninsular plateau and Northern Plains are described properly in the following paragraphs:
Himalayas are the geologically young and structurally fold mountains which stretch in the northern border of India.
The Himalayas are loftiest and one of them most nugget barriers of the world.
2. Peninsular Plateau:
The Peninsular Plateau is formed due to breaking of drifting of the Gondwana land and thus, making it a part of the oldest landmass. The part of Peninsular plateau lying to the north of Narmada river centre. Malwa plateau called central Himalayas. Peninsular plateau contain of Western and Eastern Ghats folded by the volcanic activities in the area.
3. The Northern Plain: Northern Plains are desired by three river systems- The Indus, Ganga and the Brahmaputra alongwith their tributaries. They deposit alluvial soil in vast basin lying at the foothills of Himalayas.