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Earth Movements  Continental Drift Theory  The Continental Drift Theory hypothesised the distribution of the oceans and continents on Earth surface.  The idea of lateral movement of continents...

Famous Cities And River Banks

Famous Cities And River Banks City River Allahabad - At the confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna (Sangam) Agra Yamuna Ayodhya - Saryu Ahmedabad -...

President of India

 President of India (1)Article 52 – There shall be a President of India (2)Article 53 – Executive power of the Union: The executive power shall be...

Mountains and Mountain passes in India

Mountains and Mountain passes in India There are three types of Mountains in India.  Fold mountains : these mountains are formed because of moments of tectonic...

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Historical Monuments in India and their locations

Historical Monuments in India and their locations MONUMENTPLACEBUILT BYAgra fortAgra, uttar pradeshAkbarAgra cityAgra, uttar pradeshSikandar lodiAram baghAgra, uttar pradeshBaburItmad-ud-daula's tombAgra, uttar pradeshNoor JahanJama masjidAgra, uttar...

Directive Principles of State Policy | Indian Polity

Directive Principles of State Policy The Directive Principles of State Policy are in part 4 of the constitution from article 36 to 51. These are...

Teeth and Digestive System

Teeth and Digestive System Teeth They are produced in two sets - temporary and permanent.The teeth are four types : incisors, canines, premolars and molars.A tooth...

Plant Growth Hormones

Plant Growth Hormones Generally, there are five types of plant hormones, namely auxins, gibberellins (GAs), cytokinins, abscisic acid (ABA) and ethylene.Auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins are plant...
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Thermal Radiations

Thermal Radiations  In atmosphere, two types of thermal radiations are observed. One coming to the atmosphere from outer space as lower wavelength radiations mainly from...

Atmosphere

Atmosphere  The atmosphere is a thick gaseous envelope which surrounds the Earth from all sides and attached to the Earth’s surface by gravitational force.  The atmosphere...

Geomorphic and Endogenic processes

Geomorphic Processes   Geomorphic processes are broadly classified as endogenic processes, driven by forces of inside the Earth surface or internal forces and exogenic processes, driven...

Erosion

Erosion  Large-scale transportation of the weathered materials is termed as erosion.  Different activities, which take part in the process of erosion are as follows:  — Abrasion or...

Weathering

Weathering  It is defined as mechanical disintegration and chemical decomposition of rocks through the actions of various elements of weather and climate. In weathering, rocks...

Volcanism

Volcanism  Volcanism or volcanicity includes all the phenomena associated with movement of molten material (magma) from the interior of the Earth to the surface. Magma is...

Landforms Produced by Different Processes

Landforms Produced by Different Processes Volcanic Activities  Volcanic activities form intrusive features within the lithosphere when lava could not erupt and accumulate inside and when erupt...

Plains

Plains  Plains are areas of lowlands, either level or undulating, sometimes have rolling topography. Plains have average elevation upto 300 m from mean sea level...

Mountain System

Mountain System Mountains are significant relief features of the second order on the Earth’s surface. Generally, the mountains are more than 1000 m high....