These mountains attract tourists by the numbers due to unique ecosystems, religious purposes, and beautiful scenery. The Indus basin has the largest number of glaciers 3500 , whereas the Ganga and Brahmaputra basins contain about 1000 and 660 glaciers, respectively. These ghats are older than the Western Ghats and they have some very important pilgrim sites like Tirumala Venkateshwara Temple in Andhra Pradesh. Godavari River: Godavari River is the most important river in peninsular India. Kangchenjunga Kangchenjunga Mountain, towering at an elevation of 28,169 feet, is the highest mountain in India. To the west of India is the Arabian Sea. The area between Krishna and Mahanadi Rivers West Bengal and Odisha forms the Northern Circas and the Coromandal coast lies between Krishna and Kaveri Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu The Western Coastal Plain is sandwiched between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea and extends from Gujarat in the north and covers the regions of Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka and Kerala.
Pune is the largest city within this mountain range in Maharashtra. Mountain ranges such as Western Ghats, Himalaya, Aravalli, Eastern Ghats, Nilgiri, Shivalik, Vindhya, and Satpura mountain ranges make a significant contribution towards maintaining the beauty of geographical features, landscape, and balanced environment. The other major rivers in India include Narmada River, originating at Amarkantak in Madhya Pradesh; river Godavari, originating at Trayambakeshwar in Maharashtra; river Krishna, originating at Mahabaleshwar; river Kaveri, passing through Karnataka and Tamil Nadu; Mahanadi River flowing through Chhattisgarh and Odisha. Many great rivers originate here. It is believed that the cursed have helped the Chambal River as it is unpolluted by man. Himalayas Portion of the Himalayas in Jammu and Kashmir state, India.
Kanchenjunga Kanchenjunga, the world's third highest mountain, in the Great Himalayas on the border between Nepal and Sikkim state, India. Mountains of West Bengal The mountains of West Bengal are also famous for their scenic beauties. According to Hindu Mythology, the river was known as Charmanwati and it was cursed. It is the largest part of the Northern Plains. All these hill stations provide spectacular views and unlimited adventure sports options.
It is the third highest peak in India according to India however, the rank is much lower as it includes in its list of mountains all those in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. It begins in the northern Himalayas, runs partly through India, and it ends by merging with the Ganges River. The rivers of India play an important role in the lives of the Indians. The collision reduced the speed of the oncoming plate, but the underthrusting, or subduction, of the plate has continued into contemporary times. Godavari River is also known as Dakshin South Ganga. The tallest mountain in India, and the third-tallest mountain in the world, is Kanchenjunga, which stands on the border of India and Nepal. The speedy winds that flow with significant force lead to regular soil erosion.
Most of the rains occur during its monsoon seasons June to September , with the northeast and north receiving far more rains than India's west and south. The mountains also have economic value due to the booming tourism, fueled by the unique flora and fauna. It has a total of about 35 coral islands and islets rich in flora and fauna. It is the most densely forested area and full of in India. It is the second highest peak of the Garhwal Himalayas, and it is located in Uttarakhand. Kangchenjunga has five peaks and numerous glaciers which drain into the Himalayan Rivers. The Indian peninsula tapers southwards resulting in the division of the Indian Ocean into two water bodies - the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea.
Going west we have Aravalli Mountain Range which is the oldest mountains in India. The mountain resembles a pyramid topped by a level summit and two peaks. The Himalayas are home to some of the world's tallest and most famous mountains. The 10 highest peaks of the world are situated within the Himalayas and out of those 10, 8 are the part of the Nepalese Himalayas. Geographical Features The country covers an area of about 3.
You will see a wide variety of fauna including the imperiled one-horned Asian rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, different species of deers including the spotted Chittal , sloth bear, leopard, small wild cats, wild dog, and the white stockinged gaur biggest wild cattle in the world. Some of the highest mountains on earth are found in the region. The Himalayan region consists of three parallel ranges- Himadri or Inner Himalaya or Greater Himalaya - are the most continuous range, contains the loftiest peaks, are perennially covered with snow and are a source of famous glaciers like the Siachen Glacier, the Gangotri and Yamunotri, etc Himachal or lesser Himalaya - are home to great valleys like Kashmir Valley, Kangra Valley, Kullu Valley. Here is the complete list of Rivers of India between the lengths of 750Km to 500Km. The glaciers are one of the favorite attractions for the mountaineers. Nanda Devi 25663 ft, 7824 m Nanda devi is the second highest mountain peak in India. The Tropic of Cancer 23°30' N divides India into almost two halves.
They are attracting people since ages. This discontinuous mountain ranges run parallel to the Bay of Bengal. The following list of top 10 highest Mountain peaks of India is set as jewels in the crown on Indian Maps. River flowing through the Mountainous region in India. Andaman is located in the north and Nicobar is located in the south.