Study the extract of the Survey of India Map Sheet No. 45 D/7 (A and B) and answer the following questions.
(a) Give the six figure grid reference of
(i) ∆ 277 (→) (ii) Lime kiln near Rampura (→) (iii) Stony waste (→).
(b) (i) What does the blue line in the Sipu river indicate?
(ii) In which village do you see the nodal function 7 What do you mean by this?
(c) (i) What does the black lines along the streams in the grid square 9199 indicate?
(ii) How are these features formed?
(iii) What type of region is shown in grid square 8696?
(d) Give the six-figure grid reference of the following:
(i) Lime Kiln near village Panswala.
(ii) Well with water near village Gonodara.
(iii) Dry tank near village Mohudi Moti.
(e) (i) What is the direction of the flow of Sipu river?
(ii) State why does it flow in this particular direction?
(f) Mention three natural features in the grid square 8998.
(i) What is the meaning of the term open scrub printed on the map.
(ii) How do you get an idea of the general nature of the slope in this area?
(i) ∆ 277 → 896988 (ii) Lime kiln near Rampura → 834973
(iii) Stony waste 857962
(i) The blue line in the Sipu river indicates a perennial water channel.
(ii) Jegol. When a village is connected to many other villages by road then it is the nodal function of the road.
(i) These black lines indicate broken ground.
(ii) These are formed due to erosion of soil during floods.
(iii) Sandy area with sand dunes.
(d) (i) 834974 (ii) 829921 (iii) 796919
(e) (i) The direction of the Sipu river is from North-east to South-west.
(ii) It is flowing in this direction because the height is decreasing from North to South.
(f) (i) Streams (ii) Jungle (iii) Dissected hill
(g) (i) Rough grass covering the ground surface not very close.
(ii) The flow of rivers point the North-East and South-West direction of the slope in a large part of the area.