Discover the 6 Best Agricultural Lands for Farming in India

1. Gangetic Plains: The fertile alluvial soil of the Gangetic plains is suitable for growing a variety of crops such as wheat, rice, sugarcane, and pulses.

2. Deccan Plateau: The Deccan Plateau is known for its black soil, which is ideal for cotton cultivation.

3. Coastal Areas: The coastal regions of India, including the Konkan coast, Malabar coast, and the coastal areas.

4. Northern Plains: The states of Punjab and Haryana, located in the northern plains, have fertile alluvial soil and are known as the "granaries of India."

5. North-Eastern States: The hilly regions of the northeastern states, such as Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, and Meghalaya, are suitable for tea cultivation.

6. Western Ghats: The Western Ghats region, spanning states like Kerala, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu.

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