How India Crashed into Asia and Changed the World
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How India Crashed into Asia and Changed the World

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What does the Indian tectonic plate have to do with the Himalayas, climate change and…whales? This Think video explores how plate tectonics put the Indian … .

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36 thoughts on “How India Crashed into Asia and Changed the World

  1. Thanks for your support of Think English and Bangla – you're our inspiration. Big thanks to Professor Nigel Hughes for helping make this video. As a charity all your shares and likes mean a lot to us! Subscribe above to keep watching. ❀

  2. Asians:- you don't look like us
    Indians:- Then how we look like
    Asians :- U look like Africans Americans and Australians fused in a penguins
    Indians after watching this video :- πŸ‘οΈπŸ‘„πŸ‘οΈ

  3. It's really fascinating, how the Indian subcontinent has both the characteristics of Eurasia and Africa. Not just in geographical state but also in human evaluation. They definitely got the best of both sides.

  4. Just think, when Indian plate broke away from Africa then it long journey across the ocean to it present position, it must have taken millions of years to travel all that distance, and humans living on that Indian plate were left untouched by any outsiders , how must their culture grown, what else could have had happened, I wonder about it.

  5. 😲😲 India and Horn of Africa were neighbors and without Indian plateau taking off to create the wonderful Himalayan mountains, we in the horn of Africa would have been a locked nations. Thanks for this informative video.

    Btw I am curious who came up with name of Indian ocean ? Is it in the ancient naming or the recent European colonizers did it ?

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