Q. The South Coastal Plains comprises which of the following plains?

The Western Coastal Plains is a strip of coastal plain 50 kilometres in width between the west coast of India and the Western Ghats hills, which starts near the south of the Tapi River. The plains are located between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea. The plains begin at Gujarat in the north and end at Tamil Nadu in the south. It includes the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu. The region consists of three sections: the Northern part of the coast is called the Konkan (Mumbai to Goa), the central stretch is called the Kanara or the “Karavali”, while the southern stretch is referred to as the Malabar Coast.

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