India Has a Sensational Record of Catastrophes. Largest Parts of India, Especially the Himalayas,
The North Eastern Hill Ranges, the Western Ghats, the Eastern Ghats , the Nilgiris, and the Vindhyas, Affect
Due to Landslides, As One of the Major Hydro-Geological Hazards. Prone to Frequent Floods and Extreme
Meteorological Conditions, Western Ghat Is Prone to Landslide With Its Steep Slope and Thick Soil Cover.
Unlike Other Catastrophes Such As Droughts and Floods, Landslides May Appear to Be Small, But the Slips
Along the Valleys Can Be More Incurable and May Take Years to Recover For the People from the Region. The
Livelihood of Thousands of People Get Devastated Along With Irreversible Environmental Damages Due To
Rapid Erosion of Natural Resources of Degradation of Soil Along the Valleys. There Is a Requirement To
Propose the Structures In the Frames of Environmental Sustainability, Economic Feasibility and Social
It Is Imperative That Slopes Vulnerable to Failure Should Be Identified Prior. In Accordance With the Slope
Stability Conditions of Hilly Region, Development Activities May Be Planned. to Access the Vulnerability In
Terms of Physical, Social and Economical Aspects, the Landslide Hazard Zonation Map Can Be Used So As To
Adopt Suitable Preventive Measures. For This With Reference to the Expected Degree of Loss Due to Landslide
, Landslide Risk Should Be Identified. the Risk Is Determined By the Product of the Landslide Hazard and The
Vulnerability. F ...