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Category Archives: Geography

Horticulture is a branch of agriculture that deals with the cultivation of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and herbs. Horticulture is mainly concerned with the growing and… Read More
One of the most significant achievements in medical history is the immunization of people against infectious diseases by the application of vaccines. The immunization drive… Read More
We all are familiar with the word “Agriculture“. In fact, we have our chapters in classes 5, 6, 7, 8, etc., on this topic. Foods… Read More
Sugar is a product obtained from natural sources like sugarcane or sugar beet and is used as a natural sweetener for food items. Artificial sweetening… Read More
Approximately 1.38 million of the total population, more than 70% of the rural families in India, still depend primarily on agriculture and allied sectors of… Read More
Tides are observed in large water bodies like seas and oceans as a natural phenomenon in which a rise and fall in water level takes… Read More
The Concept of Biodiversity Biodiversity is one of the most relevant and widely discussed topics nowadays. Biodiversity refers to the variety of living organisms, plants,… Read More
With a total area of 3,287,263 sq km area, India is the seventh-largest country in the world. From North to South, it lies between 8°4’N… Read More
Tides are observed as the rise and fall of water level in large water bodies on earth like seas and oceans. This is a natural… Read More
The Arctic and Antarctic regions define the North and South poles of earth respectively. The Arctic is a sea region surrounded by land and contains… Read More
A land resource is one of the major constituents of all the life forms on Earth. It provides the base for the survival of living… Read More
Urbanization is a process of society’s transformation from a predominantly rural to a predominantly urban population. People move to urban areas in search of better… Read More
Landslide refers to the sudden movement of rock mass, debris, soil, or vegetation down the slope due to the force of gravity. It is a… Read More
Coral reefs are the massive seawater structures formed by the accumulation of tiny-bodied organisms known as coral. Corals are living animals that have a symbiotic… Read More
Ecology has been a tool for the survival of humans on Earth. Julian Steward in his School of Culture Ecology explained the relationship and role… Read More

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