Classify the Northern Plains on the basis of its location.
The Northern Plains are broadly divided into three sections:
Punjab Plains: The western part of the Northern Plain is called the Punjab Plains. It is formed by the river Indus and its tributaries.
Ganga Plains: It extends between Ghaggar and Teesta rivers. It is spread over the states of North India, z’.e., Delhi, Haryana, UP, Bihar and parts of Jharkhand and West Bengal.
Brahmaputra Plains: To the east of the Ganga plain lies the Brahmaputra Plain. They cover the areas of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.