Asked in Atmospheric Sciences
Between May and October Northern India south of the Himalayas generally experiences?
Asked in Mountains, Continents, Himalayas
What are the Himalayas?
The Himalayas are a range of mountains in southern Asia, generally between India and China. The mountains in the range include many of the highest in the world. The Himalayas were pushed up by the collision between India and the Asian continental plate, and some are still slowly and steadily increasing in height. On the northern side of the Himalayas is the Tibetan Plateau. (see related link) ...
What conditions do Northern India experience in may to October?
Between the months of May and October Northern India experiences cool and dry conditions. ABC~123 ...
Asked in Earthquakes, Himalayas
Why are there a lot of earthquakes in the Himalayas?
There are a lot of earthquake in Himalayas since Indian plate and Eurasian plate push against each other and Himalayas in between ...
Asked in China and Chinese Territories
Which mountain chain forms a barrier between India and Tibet?
The mountain chain that forms a barrier between India and Tibet is the Himalayas. The highest point of the Himalayas is Mount Everest. ...
Asked in The Difference Between, Mountains, Himalayas
Difference between western himalaya and eastern himalaya?
western Himalayas are broader with 40 km and eastern Himalayas are less broader about 10 km ...
Asked in School Subjects, India, Indian Food
How were the northern plains of India formed?
The northern plains stretch between the Himalayas and the Peninsular Plateau. This plain is formed by the deposition of alluvium brought by the rivers from the Himalayan and the plateau. This plain is mainly developed by rivers Ganga, Indus and Bramaputra. The fine and the deep alluvium deposits by the rivers make the northern plains one of the most fertile plains in the wourld. ...
Asked in Himalayas
What two countries do the Himalayas form the border between?
The largest countries on either side of the Himalayas are India (to the south) and China, mostly Tibet (to the north). The smaller countries located almost exclusively within the Himalayas are Nepal and Bhutan. ...
What caused the division between nationalists and unionists in Northern Ireland?
Unionists wanted Northern Ireland to remain as a part of the United Kingdom, and generally saw themselves as British, while nationalists wished for it to be politically reunited with the rest of Ireland, independent of British rule, and generally saw themselves as Irish. ...