Zonen Karten von Indien


Indien kann in sechs Zonen geteilt werden: Nord Zone, Süd Zone, Ost Zone, West Zone, Zentrale Zone und Nordost Zone. Sie hat 28 Bundesstaaten und 7 Unionterritorien.

Die Temperatur ändert sich vom tropischen Monsun im Süden bis zum temperierten im Norden.

Die meisten nördlichen und nordöstlichen Staaten von Indien liegen in der Himalaya-Bergkette. Zentrale und östliche Indien besteht aus Indo-Gangetic Ebene. Der Westen umfasst Thar Wüste und die südliche indische Halbinsel ist aus Dekkan Plateau zusammengesetzt. Die Stadt ist für ihr prächtiges und einziges Kulturerbe bekannt.

Sie beherbergt auch viele Hotels, um ihre blühende Reise- und Touristikbranche zu verpflegen.

Auch floriert die Wirtschaft von Indien. Viele große Finanzgesellschaften, Grundbesitzgesellschaften, Beratungsfirmen, Bildungseinrichtungen, Bodenkreditanstalten und Versicherungsfirmen schlugen ein Quartier auf Indien.

Last Updated on : October 16, 2017



     


     

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