(i)Fresh water lake - Dal and Wular
1. The occurrence of Karewas, the tilted bends of the lake deposits of Kashmir at altitudes of 1500--1800 meters on the flanks of Pir Panjal Range.
2. The fossils of post-tertiary mammals have been found in the sub-Himalayan foot- hills, pointing continuity of upliftment during the Pleistocene times.
3. The archaeologists have collected curious stone tools, representing the Paleolithic times, early man in the terraces of Himalayan rivers, such as the Sohan, and in the Siwalik deposits near Chandigarh. The Siwaliks are believed to be the latest upliftment of the Himalayas.
1. Features of Lakshadweep :
(i) It is a group of 36 smaller coral islands with total area of 32 sq. kilometres.
(ii) Formally, this islands group was known as Laccadive, Minicoy and Amindive islands renamed as Lakshadweep in 1973.
(iii) It lies at a distance of 300 kilometres from the west of Kerala coast.
(iv) These islands are inaccessible and only eleven islands are inhabited.
(v) Headquarter of this Union Territory is located at Kavaratti, famous for numerous species of flora and fauna.
(vi) This groups of islands lies between 8°N-12°N latitudes and 71°E-74°E longitudes.
2. Features of Andaman and Nicobar Islands :
(i) This U.T. is located in Bay of Bengal.
(ii) Two hundred islands of this group are spread over an area of 350 km. There are 19 islands in the Nicobar group.
(iii) Almost all islands of this group are inhabitable.
(iv) Here exists densely forested land and abysmal sea.
(v) These islands are like beads in a garland.
(vi) Here is equatorial climate, wildlife and ample quantity of natural resources.
(vii) An active volcano is located in one of its barren islands. Eruptions were seen on 10 April, 1991.
(viii) Headquarter of this islands group is located at Port Blair.
(ix) These lie between 6°45'N and 14°N latitudes and 92°E and 94°E longitudes.
(i)These are spread over Jammu and Kashmir as also Himachal Pradesh.
(ii)These are divided into (a) the Greater Himalayas, (b) The Middle Himalayas and (c) The Siwaliks.
(iii)Nanga Parbat, Nanda Devi etc. peaks are found here.
(ii)These are spread over West Bengal, Sikkim, Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh.
(iii)These have a single range which runs from north to south.
(iii)There are some of the highest peaks i.e. Kanchenjunga, Mount Everest, Annapurna, Namcha Barwa etc.