"India is probably the best country in the world, both scenic and peaceful; it truly is God’s country." - Kobe Bryant
Most of India forms a peninsula, which means it is surrounded by water on three sides. The world's highest mountain range, the Himalayas, rises in the north. India's terrain varies widely, from the Thar Desert in the west to jungles in the northeast. A fertile area called the Ganges Plain covers much of northern India. Students of Grade VI partook in a project wherein they studied the various landforms found in our country. They also gathered information about the locational setting, neighbouring countries, and political and administrative of India. The collaborative project was presented in the online Social Science module. The exercise helped students strengthen their knowledge about the geographical diversity of our country.