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Why is South Asia Referred as Indian Sub-continent? - Geography

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Why is South Asia referred as Indian Sub-continent?

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A sub-continent is a big geographical unit which stands out distinctly from the rest of the continent. Politically the continent is divided into many countries (SAARC countries). India forms the main part of the sub-continent so South Asia is often referred as Indian sub-continent.

Concept: Concept of Outline Map of India
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ICSE ICSE Class 10 Geography
Chapter 2 Map of India
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