India is considered a subcontinent because it is like a peninsula extending into the Indian ocean
The Indian subcontinent, Arabian peninsula , Korean peninsula , Indochina. I think
The Indian Subcontinent
a peninsula in southern Asia making up 20 percent of the worlds population
A subcontinent is important because it seperates a big place into a smaller place, makes it easier to control.
No. Hinduism dominates the Indian subcontinent.
Nepal is considered to be part of the Indian subcontinent.
The seasons on the Indian subcontinent are marked by monsoons.
the subcontinent of India
The nation of Sri Lanka is located in the Indian Ocean, just off the coast of the Indian subcontinent. It has a population of about 20 million and gained its independence in 1948.
India is a subcontinent and not a peninsula like Greece.
The Indian subcontinent is a southerly region of Asia, mostly situated on the Indian Plate and projecting southward into the Indian Ocean
The Indian subcontinent
A Indian subcontinent is a large landmass that is smaller than a continent
India is the most powerful/strongest country in the Indian subcontinent.
Pakistsan borders the Indian subcontinent to the west. : )
in the indian subcontinent there are no countries but states. india has 28 states.
India is a largest peninsula in the world..
When the Indian subcontinent became independent of Great Britain the subcontinent was partitioned because of religious differences between Hindus and Muslims.
Through which mountain range did the Aryans pass to get to the Indian subcontinent?
The aryans invaded thr indian subcontinent around 1500BC
India, also known as the Indian subcontinent, is located at roughly the midpoint of the bottom of the Asian landmass. It is known as a subcontinent because it is a part of the continent of Asia.
The answer is Indian Subcontinent or just Subcontinent
The two religions developed in the Indian subcontinent was Hinduism and Buddhism :D
Iran and Iraq are on the eastern side of the Middle East and form the land that bridges Turkey, the Levant, and the Arabian Peninsula in the west and the Indian Subcontinent and the Stans in the east.
Not a country, but area. Arabia, and from the Iberian Peninsula (Spain) perhaps the Moors, pre-dating Islam. From Arabic Zaman, Zaman is a popular name in the Indian subcontinent.
either a subcontinent, or a peninsula
The indian ocean
the arrival of the europeans in the Indian subcontinent were a large land mass shered by both civilizations
Through which mountain range id the Aryans pass to get to the Indian subcontinent?
The Indian subcontinent is dominated by monsoons, yes.
Either a subcontinent of a peninsula.
by the indian ocean
The Indian Ocean.
They originated from the southern Indian subcontinent.
Southeren indian subcontinent
India is known as the Indian peninsula
The Indian Subcontinent or sometimes simply "The Subcontinent"
The Indian Subcontinent is surrounded by waters of the Indian Ocean. Smaller sections of ocean include the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea.
The partition of the Indian subcontinent in 1947 was primarily caused by Muslims distrust of a nation dominated by a Hindu majority
The British decided to partition the Indian subcontinent because of the conflict that Hindus and Muslims had with each other.
The British Raj ruled over the Indian subcontinent from 1858 to 1947. The power from the government and war eventually won India's it's independence and has since been an independent subcontinent.
The British-ruled areas of the Indian subcontinent were partitioned into India and Pakistan in the year 1947 under the Indian Independence Act.
The subcontinent was divided into two parts - Pakistan and Bharat
The Indian subcontinent was divided into two nations for religious reasons. The Hindus and the Muslims could not live in peace so they were divided.
Yes, it is located in India.
India and Pakistan