What is the Bhabar?

By Esha Dhawan|Updated : August 5th, 2022

The Northern plains are split into four different parts called the Bhabar, Bhangar, Khadar, and Terai. Out of these, the Bhabar is a narrow belt running down the mountains. It has a width of about 8 to 10 km and runs in the East to West direction along the Shiwalik foothills.

Answer:

The Bhabar is a narrow belt in the East to West direction along the Himalayan foothills

The Bhabar belt is not suitable for any kind of agricultural activities and is known for having big trees with large roots. They are located on the southern side of Shiwaliks from Jammu to Assam. The Bhabar belt is more prominent in the north-western and western hilly regions and even narrower in the eastern hilly region.

Summary:

What is the Bhabar?

The Bhabar is a narrow belt running along the foothills of the Himalayas. This belt is almost 8 to 10 km wide and is not suitable for any agricultural activities. The Bhabar is one of the four parts of the Northern plains.

 

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