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North India

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Dark red region marks the approximate extent of northern India while the regions marked as light red lies within the sphere of north Indian influence.

Northern India, also known as Hindustan, is a land and cultural region of India. In traditional Indian geography, India is pieced into five major zones: North India, North-east India, East India, West India and South India.

As a linguistic-cultural and political region, North India consists of six Indian states: Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu Kashmir and Rajasthan also The National Capital Territory of Delhi is also a part of northern India. It shares some of its cultural, historical, musical, and linguistic heritage with neighboring Pakistan, which was part of British India empire prior to the 1947 Independence. The North Indian Plain is a large part of it.

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