Mountain Ranges and Hills of South and Central India – Physical Divisions of India One Liner Questions & Answers


Question Answer
1 Which is the oldest mountain range in India? Aravalli Range
2 In which states are the Aravali Ranges located? Rajasthan
3 The approximate age of the Aravalli Range is – 570 million years
4 Which range is the most recent one? Himalayan Mountain range
5 Which is the example of ‘Residual Mountain’? Aravalli
6 Which is the highest peak in South India? Anamudi
7 The highest peak of the Indian Peninsula is – Anamudi
8 ‘Kodaikanal’ is situated on which hill? Palni Hills
9 The Narmada and Tapti rivers flank – Satpura Ranges
10 Which hills of the Eastern Ghats join the Western Ghats? Nilgiri Hills
11 Doddabetta Peak is situated in – The Nilgiri Hills
12 Which mountain peaks is not situated in Eastern Ghats? Salher
13 Nilgiri Mountain Range lies in –
Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Kerala
14 Indian Oceanists discovered a high mountain with a height of 1505 meters at the bottom of Arabian sea about 455 km west South West from Bombay, the mountain is called – Raman Sagar mountain
15 Which mountain ranges are spread over only one state in India? Ajanta Mountain Range
16 Western Ghats in Maharashtra and Karnataka is known as – Sahyadri
17 Cardamom Hills lie along the border of the states of – Kerala and Tamil Nadu
18 The southernmost range of India is – Cardamom Hills
19 The Hills situated closer to Kanyakumari are – Cardamom Hills
20 Where are Shevaroy Hills located? Tamil Nadu
21 Mahadeo mountains are part of – Satpura Range
22 Dhoopgarh, the highest peak of Madhya Pradesh, is located at – Satpura Range
23 The hills of Ramgiri are part of this mountain range – Maikal
24 What is the height of Parasnath Hill? 1365 Meters