12th Class Geography Solved Paper - Geography 2015 Delhi Set-I

  • question_answer 'The distribution of roads is not uniform in India' Support this statement with suitable arguments.


    The distribution of roads isomer in India due to the following reasons:
    1. The land in India is unseen higher slopes of die Himalayas have less density of roads as compared to the Ganga plains.
    2. India has unused distribution of population. Kerala has dense population so there are more roads. While Rajasthan is sparsely populated and fucas have less roads.
    3. Areas which are rich in agricultural resources have high density of roads. It helps them in the collection and distribution of agricultural products e.g. the Ganga plains.
    4. In India, the industrially developed areas like, the perimular region have high road density. This is essential for connecting the industries to the sources of raw materials and the markets. 

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