Why Is India Considered a Subcontinent?

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India is referred to as a subcontinent because of its distinct mass. The country has many continental features and is thus considered as a sub-continent because of its size, physical features and its strange climatic conditions and bio diversities in flora and fauna.
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India is considered a subcontinent because it is like a peninsula extending into the Indian ocean.
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When the continents were forming, India was a separate island. Slowly, it moved towards the rest of Asia, finally crashing into it, pushing up the Himalayas. Also, it still is a rather
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India is a subcontinent because it is a distinct landmass, but it is not large enough to be considered a continent.
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Well the point is you are getting it all wrong. Female infanticide did not start in India due to the tribal Indians or the Dravidians. Infact, there is no such mention of a tribal
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