Difference between Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats

The southern part of India is peninsular and it was divided into two parts. the western part is called western Ghats it runs parallel to the western cast in a N-S direction from Tapi river to Kanyakumari where as the eastern part is called the eastern Ghats it runs in NE to SW the direction parallel to the eastern coast from Orissa to the Nilgiri hills. The average elevation of Western Ghats is 900-1100m whereas the average elevation of Eastern Ghats is 600m.