States in the Northern Plains of India
- The Great North Indian plains feature a homogeneous surface and a barely perceptible slope.
- These are rich alluvial plains produced by the deposition of the Himalayan Rivers.
- Along with the Himalayan Rivers, the Vindhyan Rivers are essential for making the land fruitful.
- It leaves behind a large amount of sediment along the foothills.
- Due to sedimentary deposition, this region is fertile and important regarding socio-economics and culture.
The Great North Indian plain is divided into the following sections based on relief features:
- The Tarai Tract
- The Bhabar Plains
- The Khadar
- The Bhangar
- Delta Plains
Which States are the Northern Plains in India?
The Northern Plains are part of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal states. These states have the highest population density and are the most populous in the country. West Bengal, one of the states to the east, has a shared border with Bangladesh.