India is one of the Biggest Countries in South Asia and second largest country according to the Population. Comparing to the Area it is the Seventh largest Country as well as Most Populous Democracy in the world. Sharing its Boarders with China, Nepal, Pakistan, Myanmar, and Bangladesh. The significant landform features of Asia include the world's tallest mountain, the world's lowest point, the world's deepest lake, the world's longest coastline and some of the most important rivers on the planet.
The Himalayas form the highest mountain range in the world, and slope southward into a large fertile plain that covers much of India. Three mountain ranges extend from the Indus River in the northwest, to the Brahmaputra River in the east, including the Himadri, Himachal and Shivaliks - all with deep canyons gorged by the fast-flowing water.
India's highest point is Kanchenjunga which rises 28,208 ft. (8,598 m).The land rises slightly into two plateaus, bordered in the central and south by lower mountains (Ghats), that gently slope into narrow coastal plains. Numerous rivers drain the land, and without question, the Ganges is the heartbeat of India and one of the most significant rivers on the planet.
Dr Ashok Shyam, Chief Researcher and Head - Indian Orthopaedic Research Group and Founding Trustee - Indian Orthopaedic Research Society have done so many researches under the field of Orthopaedics and The Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG) plays major role in it. Numerous Orthopaedic journals are published from Japan with good reputation. Indian Orthopaedic Research Society, King George’s Medical University, Bone and Joint Institute and other research institutes others are spearheading Orthopedics research.