India and Indian air force
India and Indian air force
India and the Republic of India is one of the major countries in South Asia and one of the world’s ancient civilizations. This country is the 7th largest country in the world, but the second largest in terms of population. India has thousands of years of history, many empires developed into this land and went to Lanna. This country has given a great heritage to the world in terms of language, knowledge, spirituality, art, and religion. In this tropical country, various types of weather can be found in this country. Many languages, many provinces, many customs but the unity of this diversity is the feature of this country.
Geographically, the territorial division of India’s snow-covered mountains (Himalayas), Ganga Ruins, Desert, Deccan Plateau India is a major part of the Indian page geographically. Which is a piece of Indo-Australian page
India was generally a part of the great Gondwana of Gondwana, about seven and a half million years ago. In the diversionary changes, the pages of the indie split and started moving southwest. Generally 5 million years ago, when Indian pages hit the Asian page, Himalayas were created in north and northeast parts of India.
The sea which was part of the Indian page and Asian page became part of the swamps, and gradually the fields brought by the rivers formed the plains. Today this part is known as Ganges Ridge. The west side of Ganga lies in the Aravali range. Aravali Mountain is considered to be the oldest mountain in the world. Thar desert is formed due to rainy weather on the western side of Aravali.
The old Indian page is now known as the Indian Peninsula. It covers the land of Deccan Plateau, Sahyadri, Satpuda, Greater Land in Madhya Pradesh, Chota Nagpur Plateau etc. The Deccan Plateau is adjacent to the seashore along the Sahyadri and the Eastern Ghats. The Deccan Plateau Sahyadri is built from all the volcanoes and it has the root formation of the geospatial system. Some samples of stones are more than 100 billion years old.
India has a total of 7,517 kilometers (4,671 miles) of coastal coastline, of which 5,423 km (3,370 miles) km is in the islands of the islands and remaining 2,09 4 kilometers (1,301 miles) in the archipelago. According to the Indian naval statistics, 43% of sand beaches in the mainland, 11% are rugged, and the remaining 46% is filled with a bogey.
Most of the Himalayan rivers are found in the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers. Both of these rivers go to the Bay of Bengal Bay. Among the main suburbs of Ganges are Yamuna, Kosi, Gandak River etc. These rivers are likely to be flooded when the Himalayas start flowing in the flat areas.
Important rivers on the Deccan Plateau include Godavari, Krishna, Bhima, Mahanadi, Kaveri, Tungabhadra etc. which are found in the Bay of Bengal. The Narmada is the largest west stream river in Central India, which gets access to the Arabian sea. Due to dorsal changes in Kutch in western India, there is a swamp of a Kharaywani;
Triangle region is formed where river Ganges meets the Bay of Bengal. Two archipelagos come from the mainland of India. The two islands are the Lakshadweep in the South Arabian Sea and Myanmar in the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman and Nicobar islands of Indonesia.
Indian climate is influenced by the Himalayas and the Thar desert. The Himalayas block the cold winds from the north, while the Thar desert and the Himalayas are responsible for seasonal rain in India. Thar desert attracts vapors from the southern Indian Ocean, due to this effect the seasonal wind flows. During the months of June to October, due to southwest monsoon, there is dry weather throughout the country.
The Himalayas are hot throughout the year, so the climate of India is hot throughout the year. The average temperature of the day is favorable even during the strict winter months. Four different types of weather are found in the country, the poisonous humid climate, equatorial dry climate, sub-climatic wet weather and the Himalayan type of weather.
Indian Air Force
Indian Air Force (IAF) is a part of the Indian Armed Forces, which carries out important work of air warfare, air safety and air conservation for the country. It was established on October 8, 1932. Prior to independence (declared as a complete republic in 1950), it was known as the Royal Indian Air Force and played a key role in the World War II of 1945. After independence (being declared a full republic in 1950), the word “royal” was removed from it and only “Indian Air Force”.
Since independence, Indian Air Force has contributed four wars with neighboring Pakistan and a war with China. So far, it has executed several major missions, including Operation Vijay – Acquisition of Goa, Operation Meghdoot, Operation Cactus and Operation Pumalai. Apart from many such disputes, the Indian Air Force has also been active in the United Nations peace mission.
The President of India acts as the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Air Force. Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal (ACM), is a four-star commander and leads the air force. in the Indian air force, there is never more than one air chief Marshal on duty.
Its headquarters are located in New Delhi and according to the 2006 data, there are total 170,000 jawans and 1,350 fighter aircraft, which gives it status as the world’s fourth largest air force.