India is part of the continent of Asia. The southeast is bordered by the Bay of Bengal, and the southwest is bordered by the Arabian Sea.

The Himalayas – the world’s highest mountain range – rise in the north of the country.


Area wise it ranks seventh in the world and population wise it is the second most populous country of the world.

India’s terrain varies widely. A fertile area called the Ganges Plain covers much of northern India. India has only one dessert which is the Thar dessert. It is located in the state of Rajasthan.


Kanchenjunga is the highest mountain peak of India. It is also the 3rd tallest mountain in the world.


Aravalli Range in India is the oldest surviving geological feature in the world! Aravalli range was once as tall as Himlayas! However over hundreds of millions of years, they have been eroded down to low hills and ridges.



India’s varied climate zones support varied animal species, including elephants, pythons, river dolphins, and rhinos. It is the only country in the world with both lions and tigers.


On the coast of the Bay of Bengal is the Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest.


Here, tigers swim in the same rivers as dolphins, sea turtles, sharks and saltwater crocodiles.

Ganga and Brahmaputra meet to form the world’s largest and fastest growing Delta.


Pick up the globe and get going!!!

First, try to answer without the globe or map. Take its help when you’re struggling.

Q1. Which is the largest state of India, area wise?


Q2. Which state borders the highest number of states in India?


Q3. The state of Telangana is carved out of which state?


Q4. The UT of Ladakh is carved out of which state?


Q5. Arrange these cities from North to South – Gujarat, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu.



Below are the Questions from our last post on continents, Scandinavia. Let’s see how much you remember!!!

First, try to answer without the globe or map. Take its help when you’re struggling.


Q6. Which ocean is at north of scandinavia?


Q7. Name the capital of Finland and Iceland?


Q8. Name the currency and capital of Sweden?


Q9. Which water body divides Norway from United Kingdom?


Q10. Which all countries will you cross if you take a road trip from Finland to Germany?
















A1. Rajasthan.


A2. Uttar Pradesh.


A3. Andhra Pradesh.


A4. The state of Jammu and Kashmir.


A5. Rajasthan, Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu.


A6. Arctic Ocean.


A7. Capital of Finland is Helsinki and capital of Iceland is Reykjvik.


A8. The capital of Sweden is Stockholm and they use Swedish krona as their currency.


A9. The North Sea.


A10. Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Germany.