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The Prehistoric Period – Ancient India

The Prehistoric  Period The prehistoric period in the history of mankind can roughly be dated from 200000 BC to about 3500-2500 BC when the first civilizations began to take shape. The history of India...

Plateaus and Types of Plateaus

Plateaus and Its Types This article clearly explains about the Plateaus, Types of Plateaus and Famous Plateaus of the world. Plateaus The term plateau is applied to any fairly flat high land region a tableland or elevated...

Mountains and different types of Mountains

Mountains and Types of Mountains Mountains are significant relief features of the second order on the Earth's surface. Generally, the mountains are more than 1000 m high. The mountains, whose height is less than 1000 m,...

Standard Time and International Meridian Conference

Standard Time and International Meridian Conference (IMC) Standard Time and International Meridian Conference (IMC) are one of the important topics in UPSC Examinations. So, I think this article will surely helpful for your Examinations. Standard Time  Before...

Precipitation and Types of Precipitation

Precipitation and Types of Precipitation Precipitation and types of Precipitation. Before we start, you should have to know about Cloud and Hydrological cycle. Precipitation Precipitation occurs when droplets of water or ice crystals become too large...

Forces acting on the moving air near the Earth’s surface

Forces acting on the moving air near the Earth's surface There are three forces acting on moving air near the Earth's Surface. They are Pressure Gradients Force (PGF) Coriolis Force. Forces of Friction. (1) Pressure gradient force (pgf) Pressure Gradient...

Latitude, Longitude, Parallel and Great Circle

Latitude, Longitude, Parallel and Great Circle Latitude: ″ Latitude is the Angular distance measure North (N) and South (S) of the equator. We can project the line from the point P from the earth surface to...

Types of Mountains, Plateaus, Plains

Mountains, Plateaus, Plains and its Different Types In general, geomorphic processes that originate within Earth, called endogenic processes result in an increase in surface relief, while the exogenic processes, those that originate at Earth’s surface,...