Our Country India Class 6 Notes CBSE Geography Chapter 7 (Free PDF Download)

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The country of India is vastly expanded. There is the Himalayas in the north and the Arabian Sea in the west. India is bounded by the Bay of Bengal which is situated in the east and it has the Indian Ocean in the south. The population of India is also on the increase as it is considered to be the second most populated in the entire world. When it comes to the area, India is just six countries behind.


For the students who are appearing in the exams of Class 6, it is important to take a look at the Class 6 Geography Chapter 7 notes in order to have a better understanding of the chapter. With these notes, they can score good marks and produce better results without any difficulty or stress.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Mention the Different Physical Divisions of our Country India.

The Himalayas, The Peninsular Plateau, The Northern Great Plains, the Islands, and the Coastal Plains.

2. Which Countries Share Land Boundaries with India?

A total of 7 countries including Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, China, Bangladesh, Myanmar, and Bhutan share land boundaries with our country India.

3. Which 2 Major Rivers Fall Right Into the Arabian Sea?

The two rivers that fall into the Arabian Sea are Tapti and Narmada.

4. What's important to remember in Chapter 7 - "Our Country India"?

Focus on states, capitals, languages, and traditions; understanding India's diversity is key.

5. How do Vedantu's notes help in studying "Our Country India"?

Vedantu's notes simplify concepts, use real-life examples, and make learning about India enjoyable and easy.