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English: Map showing the region of Rarh.
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Rarh is a high, undulating continuation of the Chota Nagpur Plateau to the west, and the Ganges Delta to the east. The Bhagirathi river, a distributary of the Ganges (seen flowing just west of Kolkata in the map) forms the eastern boundary of Rarh. The northeastern extension of Jharkhand is also part of Rarh and forms the northern boundary. Odisha and the Bay of Bengal forms the southern boundary. The natural high lands at the eastern end of the Chota Nagpur Plateau (shown here approximately, as a dark blue line passing east of Ranchi) form the western boundary of Rarh.
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|current||16:25, 21 August 2017||250 × 250 (52 KB)||Universal Life||Better version, 250x250 and the western border is clearer.|
|15:03, 21 August 2017||276 × 261 (56 KB)||Universal Life||Indicated better the boundaries of Rarh.|
|14:12, 21 August 2017||219 × 261 (36 KB)||Universal Life||Cropped the western part of Jharkhand that wasn't part of Rarh.|
|13:57, 21 August 2017||276 × 261 (42 KB)||Universal Life||Zoomed better to the area that's Rarh, the previous map could be a bit confusing.|
|13:24, 20 August 2017||348 × 306 (57 KB)||Universal Life||User created page with UploadWizard|
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