Q. 124.3( 3 Votes )

Why is the penins

Answer :

Indian Peninsula is another name of the peninsular plateau.

i. Over 200 years ago, there was Gondwana land. The peninsular plateau was formed by faulting of Gondwana land.


ii. Its two main divisions are Central Highlands and Deccan Plateau.


iii. Central Highlands lies in the north of Narmada River and Deccan Plateau lie in the south of Narmada River.


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