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Mr. U - Geography Terms Review

person whose teachings are believed to be inspired by God prophet
pilgrimage to Mecca Hajj
Islamic place of worship mosque
follower of Islam Muslim
tall, thin tower attached to a mosque minaret
opposing an enemy by any means other than violence nonviolent resistance
refuse to purchase or use boycott
country that separates two political enemies buffer state
belief that the souls of human beings and animals go through a series of births, deaths, and rebirths reincarnation
social hierarchy in which people are born into a particular group with a distinct rank in society caste system
level, narrow ledge built into a hillside for farming terrace
agriculture that requires great amounts of labor intensive farming
fish farming aquaculture
springs that shoot steam and heated water into the air geysers
related to earthquakes seismic
nickname for the Himalayan mountain range rooftop of the world
seasonal shift in the winds of Asia monsoons
large landmass subcontinent
broad expanse of rich, fertile land along a riverbank alluvial plain
Indo-European language spoken in India Hindi
belief in one God monotheism
land that can be farmed arable
pride in one's nation nationalism
divide into parts partition
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