Presentation on theme: "Section 1: Natural Environments Section 2: History and Culture"— Presentation transcript:
1 Section 1: Natural Environments Section 2: History and Culture CHAPTER 26The Indian PerimeterSection 1: Natural EnvironmentsSection 2: History and CultureSection 3: The Region Today
2 SECTION 1Natural EnvironmentsQuestion:What climates, plants, and animals exist around the Indian Perimeter?
3 forests, bears, wild goats, Indian rhinoceros, snow leopards SECTION 1Natural EnvironmentsClimate, Plants, and Animals of the Indian PerimeterLowlandsHighlandsBengal tiger, elephant, mango, bamboo, coconut, date palm, rain forestsforests, bears, wild goats, Indian rhinoceros, snow leopards
4 SECTION 2History and CultureQuestion:What ethnic groups, languages, and religions are prevalent in the countries of the Indian Perimeter?
5 People of the Indian Perimeter SECTION 2History and CulturePeople of the Indian PerimeterEthnic GroupsLanguagesReligionsPakistanUrduMuslimBangladeshBengalisBengaliMuslimBhutanBhote, Nepalese, tribal peoplesDzongkha, EnglishBuddhistNepalIndian Aryan, TibetanNepali, Sino-TibetanHinduSri LankaSinhalese, TamilsBuddhist, HinduMaldivesMuslim
6 SECTION 3The Region TodayQuestion:What products do the countries of the Indian Perimeter produce?
7 The Region Today SECTION 3 Products of the Indian Perimeter AgriculturalMineralsManufacturingServicesjute, rice, tea, rubber, coconutgraphite, gemstextiles, electricity, processed foodtourism
8 Chapter Wrap-Up CHAPTER 26 1. Which countries of the Indian Perimeter include parts of the Himalayas? Which include parts of the plain of the Ganges River?2. Where did Bhutan’s largest ethnic group, the Bhote, come from?3. On what basis did the British divide their colony of India upon independence in 1947?4. What are the major industries of Bangladesh?5. What is the greatest potential energy resource of Nepal and Bhutan?
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