The Peninsular Plateau (Includes the Deccan Plateau and the Central Highlands): These regions are known to be one of the oldest landmasses of India. The Deccan plateau covers the hilly region of the Western Ghats and the central highlands play host to the hilly region known as the Eastern Ghats.
Which is the oldest land mass?
The oldest landmass, (the Peninsula part), was a part of the Gondwana land. The Gondwana land included India, Australia, South Africa, South America and Antarctica as one single land mass.
Which is oldest part of India?
The Peninsular plateau.
- The peninsular plateau was one of the parts of the gondwana landmass which drifted away.
- Hence, it is the oldest landmass of the indian subcontinent.
Which is the oldest language in India?
Sanskrit (5000 years old)
Sanskrit is a widely spoken language in India. Almost all the ancient manuscripts of Hindusim, Jainism and Buddhism were written in this language.
What’s the oldest country?
What is the oldest continent on earth?
Australia holds the oldest continental crust on Earth, researchers have confirmed, hills some 4.4 billion years old.
What is the 5 name of India?
India is known by many names – Jambudweepa, Al-Hind, Hindustan, Tenjiku, Aryavarta, and Bharat.
Who gave the name India?
The name India is derived from the river ‘Sindhu’ or Indus as called by the ancient Greeks. S from Bharat became I in west, hence Sindhu became Indus. And the land of Indus was called Indica or India.
Which is first language in world?
World’s oldest language is Sanskrit. The Sanskrit language is called Devbhasha. All European languages seem inspired by Sanskrit. All the universities and educational institutions spread across the world consider Sanskrit as the most ancient language.
Which is toughest language in India?
Google admits Malayalam(official language of Kerala State) to be the toughest language in India. It is both difficult to learn and speak as compared to any other language in India.