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When did the Himalayan mountain range form?

There is widespread agreement among geologists that the Himalayas began forming roughly 50-70 million years ago when the northward-moving Indo-Australian tectonic plate began (MORE)
In India

Where is the Himalayan range in India?

The Himalayas is located in the northern part of India. They extend from Jammu and Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh. Its length is 2600 km and its breadth is 200-450 km.
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In Science

How Himalayan mountain ranges appear?

The Himalayas were formed by tectonic movement... As the plate that India sits on collided with the continent of Asia the land mass at the point of collision was forced upward (MORE)
In Science

What are the Himalayan Mountain range?

 The Himalayas or Himalaya literally meaning "abode of snow" is a  mountain range in the South Asia, which separates the Indo-Gangetic  Plain from the Tibetan Plateau. Thi (MORE)