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    Major Domains of the Earth Class 6 Geography Notes | DailyHomeStudy

    The earth has an infinite variety of landforms. These landforms are a result of two processes. Within the earth, a continuous movement is taking place. The first or the internal process leads to the upliftment and sinking of the earth’s surface at several places. The second, or the external process is the continuous wearing down and rebuilding of the land surface. The wearing away of the earth’s surface is called erosion. The surface is being lowered by the process of erosion and rebuilt by the process of deposition. These two processes are carried out by running water, ice and wind. Mountains A mountain is any natural elevation of the earth’s…

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    Our Country India Class 6 Geography Notes | DailyHomeStudy

    India is a country of vast geographical expanse bounded by the lofty Himalayas, Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean. India has an area of about 3.28 million sq. km. The north-south extent from Kashmir to Kanyakumari is about 3,200 km. And the east-west extent from Arunachal Pradesh to Kuchchh is about 2,900 km. The lofty mountains, the Great Indian Desert, the Northern Plains, the uneven plateau surface and the coasts and islands present a diversity of landforms. There is a great variety in the climate, vegetation, wildlife as well as in the language and culture. India has a population of more than one hundred twenty crores…

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