Which one of the following is the best example of repeated falls in sea level, giving rise to present-day extensive marshland?

(a) Bhitarkanika Mangroves 

(b) Marakkanam Salt Pans

(c) Naupada Swamp

(d) Rann of Kutch

The correct answer is (d), Rann of Kutch. The Rann of Kutch is a large area of salt marshes that span the border between India and Pakistan. It is located mostly in the Kutch district of the Indian state of Gujarat, with a minor portion extending into the Sindh province of Pakistan. It is divided into the Great Rann and Little Rann.

The Rann of Kutch was formed by the repeated fall in sea level over the years. The area was once a shallow part of the Arabian Sea, but the sea level fell due to geological uplift and the area became a marshy salt desert. The Rann of Kutch is now a vast expanse of salt flats, mudflats, and wetlands. It is home to a variety of wildlife, including flamingos, wild asses, and Indian wolves.

The Rann of Kutch is a popular tourist destination. Visitors can take camel safaris, go birdwatching, or visit the many temples and forts in the area. The Rann of Kutch is also home to the annual Rann Utsav festival, which is a celebration of the culture and traditions of the region.

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