Major landforms found in India include the Deccan Plateau, Thar Desert, Khasi Hills, Chin Hills, Punjab Plain and other plains along the coast. India's general topography is covered by a plateau in the south, deserts in the west, flat lands on the edge of the Ganges River and the Himalayan mountain range in the north.
India is situated between Pakistan and Burma and occupies a large portion of the South Asian sub-continent. The nation houses Mount Kanchenjunga, which forms part of India's boundary with Nepal. This mountain is the third highest peak in the world and the highest point in India, and it rises to an elevation of approximately 28,209 feet.