Hint: Both longitude and latitude are points estimated with the central point of the earth as a source. Longitude is a point from the prime meridian, estimated toward the east (longitudes toward the west are negative). Latitudes measure a point up from the equator (latitudes toward the south are negative).
India lies between $8^\circ 4'$ to $37^\circ 6'$ North latitudes and $68^\circ 7'$ to $97^\circ 25'$ east longitudes. India, officially the Republic of India is a country in South Asia. It is the second-most jam-packed country, the seventh-greatest country by means of the land zone, and the most jam-packed lion's share rules framework on the planet. Present-day people showed up on the Indian subcontinent from Africa no later than 55,000 years back. Their long occupation, at first in fluctuating types of disengagement as tracker finders, has made the area exceptionally different, second just to Africa in human hereditary variety. Settled life arose on the subcontinent in the western edges of the Indus waterway bowl 9,000 years back, developing slowly into the Indus Valley Civilisation of the third thousand years BCE. By 1200 BCE, an obsolete type of Sanskrit, an Indo-European language, had diffused into India from the northwest, unfurling as the language of the Rigveda, and recording the unfolding of Hinduism in India. India represents the majority of the Indian subcontinent, lying on the Indian structural plate, a piece of the Indo-Australian Plate. India's characterizing topographical cycles started 75 million years back when the Indian Plate, at that point part of the southern supercontinent Gondwana, started a north-toward the east float brought about via ocean bottom spreading to its south-west, and later, south and south-east. All the while, the huge Tethyan maritime outside layer, to its upper east, started to subduct under the Eurasian Plate.
Note: Quickly south of the arising Himalayas, plate development made a huge box that quickly loaded up with stream borne silt and now comprises the Indo-Gangetic Plain. Cut off from the plain by the antiquated Aravalli Range lies the Thar Desert.