Himalaya Range

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The Himalaya Range is the highest mountain system in the world. The name "Himalaya" comes from the Sanskrit language and means "the House of Snow," or "the Snowy Range."• It consists of several parallel ranges. mountains extend in a 1,500 mile curve across southern Asia from the Pamirs, west of the great bend of the Indus River, eastward to the great bend of the Brahmaputra River. They form a barrier which separates northern India from the plateau of Tibet. Parts of the range are as much as 200 miles wide.

The Himalayas rise in steps from the plains of northern India, which have an elevation of about 1,000 feet (305 m.) above sea level. Mount Everest (29,035 feet; 8,849 m.), which lies between Tibet and the kingdom of Nepal, is the highest mountain in the world.

  • Himalayas - 27.9881° N, 86.9253° E

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Earth Coordinates

  • Latitude 50°
  • Longitude 120°

HGS Session References

HGS Sessions - Clearing Himalaya Range- 3/20/2015 [1]

References

  1. HGS Session

See Also

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