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'''South Asia''' or '''Southern Asia''' is the [[south]]ern [[region]] of the [[Asia]]n [[continent]], which comprises the [[Himalayas|sub-Himalayan]] countries and, [[#Definition by South Asian Studies programs|for some authorities]], also includes the adjoining countries to the west and the east. Topographically, it is dominated by the [[Indian Plate]], which rises [[Above mean sea level|above sea level]] as the [[Indian subcontinent]] south of the Himalayas and the [[Hindu Kush]]. South Asia is bounded on the south by the [[Indian Ocean]] and on land (clockwise, from [[west]]) by [[Western Asia|West Asia]], [[Central Asia]], [[East Asia]], and [[Southeast Asia]].
 
'''South Asia''' or '''Southern Asia''' is the [[south]]ern [[region]] of the [[Asia]]n [[continent]], which comprises the [[Himalayas|sub-Himalayan]] countries and, [[#Definition by South Asian Studies programs|for some authorities]], also includes the adjoining countries to the west and the east. Topographically, it is dominated by the [[Indian Plate]], which rises [[Above mean sea level|above sea level]] as the [[Indian subcontinent]] south of the Himalayas and the [[Hindu Kush]]. South Asia is bounded on the south by the [[Indian Ocean]] and on land (clockwise, from [[west]]) by [[Western Asia|West Asia]], [[Central Asia]], [[East Asia]], and [[Southeast Asia]].
   
Different sources vary in their statements of which nations are part of the region. The main South Asian countries comprises the countries of [[Bangladesh]], [[Bhutan]], [[India]], [[Maldives]], [[Nepal]], [[Pakistan]] and [[Sri Lanka]] , countries such as [[Afghanistan]], [[Iran]] and [[Burma]] are sometimes included by other sources.<ref>{{cite web|title=University of Cambridge, South asian studies|url=http://www.s-asian.cam.ac.uk/|publisher=University of Cambridge|accessdate=22 December 2013}}</ref>
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Different sources vary in their statements of which nations are part of the region. The main South Asian countries comprises the countries of [[Bangladesh]], [[Bhutan]], [[India]], [[Maldives]], [[Nepal]], [[Pakistan]], [[Sri Lanka]] and countries such as [[Afghanistan]], [[Iran]] and [[Burma]] are sometimes included.<ref>{{cite web|title=University of Cambridge, South asian studies|url=http://www.s-asian.cam.ac.uk/|publisher=University of Cambridge|accessdate=22 December 2013}}</ref>. According to the [[United Nations]] [[United Nations geoscheme|geographical region classification]], Southern Asia comprises the countries of [[Afghanistan]], [[Bangladesh]], [[Bhutan]], [[India]], [[Iran]], [[Maldives]], [[Nepal]], [[Pakistan]], and [[Sri Lanka]]. However, the United Nations notes that the "assignment of countries or areas to specific groupings is for statistical convenience and does not imply any assumption regarding political or other affiliation of countries or territories."<ref>{{cite web|title=Standard Country or Area Codes for Statistical Use|url=http://unstats.un.org/unsd/methods/m49/m49.htm|publisher=United Nations}}</ref>.
According to the [[United Nations]] [[United Nations geoscheme|geographical region classification]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://millenniumindicators.un.org/unsd/methods/m49/m49regin.htm |title=United Nations geoscheme |publisher=Millenniumindicators.un.org |date=2011-09-20 |accessdate=2012-08-25}}</ref> Southern Asia comprises the countries of [[Afghanistan]], [[Bangladesh]], [[Bhutan]], [[India]], [[Iran]], [[Maldives]], [[Nepal]], [[Pakistan]], and [[Sri Lanka]]. However, the United Nations notes that the "assignment of countries or areas to specific groupings is for statistical convenience and does not imply any assumption regarding political or other affiliation of countries or territories."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://unstats.un.org/unsd/methods/m49/m49.htm |title=Standard Country or Area Codes for Statistical Use |publisher=Millenniumindicators.un.org |accessdate=2012-08-25}}</ref> By some definitions, some of those nations are not part of the region, and by some definitions, [[Burma]] and [[Tibet]] are also included in the region ''([[South Asia#Definition by South Asian Studies programs|see below]])''.
 
   
 
South Asia is home to well over one fifth of the world's population, making it both the most populous and the most densely populated geographical region in the world.<ref>[http://www.sardeg.org/marketana.asp ]{{dead link|date=August 2010}}</ref> The [[South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation]] is an economic cooperation organisation in the region which was established in 1985.<ref name="SAARC Summit">{{cite web|last=SAARC Summit|title=SAARC|url=http://www.saarc-sec.org/|publisher=SAARC Summit|accessdate=17 December 2013}}</ref>
 
South Asia is home to well over one fifth of the world's population, making it both the most populous and the most densely populated geographical region in the world.<ref>[http://www.sardeg.org/marketana.asp ]{{dead link|date=August 2010}}</ref> The [[South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation]] is an economic cooperation organisation in the region which was established in 1985.<ref name="SAARC Summit">{{cite web|last=SAARC Summit|title=SAARC|url=http://www.saarc-sec.org/|publisher=SAARC Summit|accessdate=17 December 2013}}</ref>
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