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Majid Hussain Geography Book in Hindi Content:-

1. Geological Structure and formation of India Structure of India

  • 1.1-1.20 Introduction
  • 1 The Archaean Formations (Pre-Cambrian)
  • 3 Dharwar System (Proterozoic Formations)
  • 6 The Cuddapah System (The Purana Group)
  • 8 The Vindhyan System 9 The Palaeozoic Group (Cambrian to Carboniferous Period)
  • 10 The Mesozoic Era (The Gondwana System)
  • 10 The Cretaceous System (The Deccan Trap)
  • 12 The Tertiary System (The Cenozoic Era)
  • 13 The Quaternary Period (The Pleistocene and Recent Formations)
  • 15 Geodiversity and Geotourism
  • 16 Fossil Parks
  • 17 References

1.20 2. Physiography

  • 2.1-2.49 Physiographic Divisions of India
  • 2.1 The HIMALAYAN region
  • 2.1 The Importance of the Himalayas
  • 2.20 The Great Plains of India
  • 2.21 Importance of the Great Plains of India
  • 2.30 The Indian Desert
  • 2.30 Origin and Physiography of Peninsular India
  • 2.32 The Coastal Plains
  • 2.41 The Indian Islands
  • 2.42 Vulcanicity
  • 2.48 References

2.48 3. The Drainage System of India

  • 3.1-3.60 The Drainage System
  • 3.1 Drainage Patterns
  • 3.2 River Basins of India
  • 3.6 The Multiple River Theory
  • 3.11 River Systems of the Himalayan Drainage
  • 3.11 Main Rivers of Peninsular India
  • 3.24 Easterly Rivers of the Peninsular Region
  • 3.25 Shifting Courses of the Rivers
  • 3.30 Saraswati-The Mystery of A Lost River
  • 3.31 Types of Lakes
  • 3.35 Main Lakes of India
  • 3.36 The Inter-State Water Disputes
  • 3.47 International Agreements for Surface Water Resources
  • 3.49 National Water Grid
  • 3.51 Ground Water Resources of India
  • 3.54 The National Water Policy 2012
  • 3.56 Main Waterfalls of India
  • 3.57 References

3.59 4. Climate of India

  • 4.1-4.57 Introduction
  • 4.1 Indian Monsoon
  • 4.1 Indian Monsoons and the Tibet Plateau
  • 4.6 Jet Stream and Indian Monsoon
  • 4.8 El-Nino and the Indian Monsoon
  • 4.10 Burst of Monsoon
  • 4.15 Breaks in the Monsoon
  • 4.16 Seasons in India
  • 4.19 Tropical Cyclones
  • 4.29 Thunderstorms
  • 4.31 Rainfall Distribution
  • 4.33 Variability of Rainfall
  • 4.34 Climatic Regions of India
  • 4.35 Koppen’s Classification of Indian Climate
  • 4.35 Climatic Divisions by Stamp and Kendrew
  • 4.38 Trewartha’s Classification of Indian Climate
  • 4.41 Climatic Divisions of India by R.L. Singh (1971)
  • 4.43 Droughts
  • 4.45 Floods
  • 4.49 References

4.56 5. Natural Vegetation and National Parks

  • 5.1-5.37 Introduction
  • 5.1 Floristic Regions of India
  • 5.2 Spatial Distribution of Forests in India
  • 5.4 Classification of Forests
  • 5.8 Important Species of Trees and Their Utility
  • 5.13 Forest Products and their Utility
  • 5.16 Problems of Indian Forestry
  • 5.18 The National Forest Policy
  • 5.20 Social Forestry
  • 5.21 Existing Position of Forest Ecosystems
  • 5.23 Forest Conservation
  • 5.24 WildLife
  • 5.25 Biosphere Reserves
  • 5.29 Mangroves
  • 5.32 References

6. Soils

  • 6.1-6.23 Introduction
  • 6.1 Controllers of Soil Characteristics
  • 6.2 Classification of Soils of India
  • 6.5 Problems of Indian Soils
  • 6.11 Consequences of Soil Erosion
  • 6.18 Soil Conservation
  • 6.19 References

6.23 7. Resources

  • 7.1-7.35 Natural Resources
  • 7.1 Mineral Resources
  • 7.2 Biotic Resources
  • 7.29 References

7.35 8. Energy Resources

  • 8.1-8.35 Sources of Conventional Energy
  • 8.1 Coal Deposits of the Tertiary Period
  • 8.8 Import 8.15 Non-Conventional Energy
  • 8.31 Energy Crisis
  • 8.34 Energy Conservation
  • 8.34 References

8.34 9. Agriculture

  • 9.1-9.78 Land Utilisation
  • 9.2 Characteristics and Problems of Indian Agriculture
  • 9.7 Determinants of Agriculture
  • 9.13 Land Reforms
  • 9.17 Infrastructure and Agricultural Inputs
  • 9.23 Second Green Revolution
  • 9.53 White Revolution
  • 9.54 Blue Revolution
  • 9.58 Aquaculture
  • 9.62 Apiculture (Beekeeping) or Golden Revolution
  • 9.63 Sericulture
  • 9.66 Poultry Farming (Silver Revolution)
  • 9.67 Horticulture
  • 9.69 Dry Farming
  • 9.71 Agribusiness
  • 9.74 National Commission on Farmers
  • 9.75 Indian Agriculture—Challenges and Prospects
  • 9.76 References

9.77 10. Spatial Organisation of Agriculture

  • 10.1-10.30 Cropping Patterns
  • 10.1 Crop Concentration
  • 10.4 Agricultural Productivity
  • 10.6 Agricultural Intensity
  • 10.9 Crop Combinations
  • 10.10 Land Capability
  • 10.14 Contract Farming
  • 10.15 Agricultural Regionalisation
  • 10.15 Agro-Climatic Regions of India
  • 10.21 Agro-Ecological Regions of India
  • 10.27 References

10.30 11. Industries

  • 11.1-11.75 Evolution of Industries
  • 11.1 Industrial Development During the Five-Year Plans
  • 11.2 Industrial Policy
  • 11.4 Cotton Textile Industry
  • 11.6 Jute Textile
  • 11.13 Woollen Textiles
  • 11.16 Silk Textile
  • 11.18 Iron and Steel Industry
  • 11.20 Problems of the Iron and Steel Industry
  • 11.26 Automobile Industry
  • 11.30 Fertiliser Industry
  • 11.33 Paper Industry
  • 11.37 Pharmaceutical Industry
  • 11.40 Cottage Industries
  • 11.43 Industrial regions of India
  • 11.44 Multinational Corporations
  • 11.50 Liberalisation
  • 11.52 Industrial Problems of India
  • 11.54 Special Economic Zone (SEZ)
  • 11.55 Public Sector Undertaking
  • 11.57 Tourism
  • 11.58 Tourism in India
  • 11.59 Eco-Tourism
  • 11.64 Community Eco-Tourism Initiative
  • 11.66 The Native and Psycho-Social Impact of Eco-tourism
  • 11.67 Industrial Houses in India
  • 11.69 Industrial Complexes
  • 11.73 References

11.75 12. Transport, Communications and Trade

  • 12.1-12.48 Transport
  • 12.1 Water Transport
  • 12.15 Air Transport
  • 12.24 Pipelines Transportation
  • 12.28 Metro Rail System
  • 12.31 Communications
  • 12.34 International Trade
  • 12.37 Salient Features of Foreign Trade
  • 12.40 Balance of Trade and Balance of Payment
  • 12.41 Trade Policy
  • 12.43 India—Space Programme
  • 12.44 References

12.48 13. Cultural Setting

  • 13.1-13.90 Origin of Mankind
  • 13.1 The Caste System
  • 13.3 Racial and Ethnic Diversity in India
  • 13.5 Religious Minorities
  • 13.11 Scheduled Tribes
  • 13.11 Scheduled Castes (16.60% of The Total Population)
  • 13.26 Cultural Regions
  • 13.27 Demographic Characteristics of Indian Population
  • 13.44 Literacy Rate 13.64 Age Composition
  • 13.70 Migration
  • 13.71 Population Problems
  • 13.80 Health Indicators
  • 13.84 Human Development Index in India
  • 13.85 References

13.89 14. Settlements

  • 14.1-14.61 Introduction
  • 14.1 Classification of Settlements
  • 14.2 City Region and Planning
  • 14.46 Slums and Associated Problems
  • 14.48 Problems of Urbanisation
  • 14.53 Town Planning in India
  • 14.56 Principles of Urban Planning
  • 14.56 References

14.60.15. Regional Development and Planning

  • 15.1-15.59 Planning in India
  • 15.1 Five-Year Plans
  • 15.3 Regional Dimensions of Planning in India
  • 15.8 Integrated Area Development
  • 15.11 Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP)
  • 15.12 Development of Backward Areas
  • 15.13 Command Area Development
  • 15.15 Watershed Management
  • 15.16 Area Development Programmes
  • 15.19 National Watershed Development Project for Rainfed Areas (NWDPRA)
  • 15.32 Rainfed Area Development Programme (RADP)
  • 15.32 Multi-Level Planning
  • 15.33 The Damodar Valley Corporation
  • 15.37 The National Capital Region (National Capital Region)
  • 15.41 Poverty in India
  • 15.49 Geography and Regional Planning
  • 15.52 Regional Planning and Development of Island Territories
  • 15.55 References

15.58 16. India–Political Aspects

  • 16.1-16.56 Political Geography
  • 16.1 Structure of the Indian Federation
  • 16.7 Regional Consciousness and National Integration
  • 16.12 National Integration in India
  • 16.14 Nationalism
  • 16.15 International Boundaries of India
  • 16.17 Cross Border Terrorism
  • 16.31 India’s Role in World Affairs
  • 16.35 Geopolitics of South Asia
  • 16.36 India and the Geo-Politics of the Indian Ocean

16.38 17. Contemporary Issues

  • 17.1-17.60 Environmental Hazards
  • 17.1 Natural Disasters
  • 17.1 Environmental Pollution
  • 17.24 Environmental Awareness
  • 17.26 Changes in Patterns of Land Use
  • 17.28 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
  • 17.29 Environmental Management
  • 17.29 Population Explosion and Food Security
  • 17.30 Urban Disasters 17.33 Environmental Degradation
  • 17.34 Problems of Agrarian Unrest 17.37 Industrial Unrest
  • 17.40 Regional Disparities in Economic Development
  • 17.41 Relationship between Population and Development
  • 17.46 Globalisation and the Indian Economy
  • 17.51 Agriculture and Globalisation
  • 17.54 References
  • 17.58 Multiple Choice Questions M.1-M.26
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