Geography

Why do we find high population densities in the northern plains?


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  • The northern Plains off course have a plain topography the river Ganga and yamuna and their tributaries provide water n presence of alluvial soil makes it a fertile land.
  • Thus it is highly populated .
  • The high-density region largely corresponds with the Northern plains .
  • It extends from Punjab and Haryana in the west, to Brahmaputra valley in Assam in the east .
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