Ghats

[mountains] Ghats refer to two converging mountain ranges in south-eastern India, called the Eastern Ghats and Western Ghats, running along the eastern and western seaboards of the country. The Eastern Ghats parallel the Coromandel Coast. The average elevation of the range is 600 metres (2,000 ft) above sea level. The Eastern Ghats lie at a...
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Ghats

Ghats (gots) [Hindi,=steps], two mountain ranges of S India, paralleling the coasts of the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal and forming two sides of the Deccan plateau. Anai Mudi (8,841 ft/2,695 m) is the highest peak in the two ranges, which are joined by the Nilgiri Hills in the south. The Wester...
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