Asia (i/ˈeɪʒə/ or/ˈeɪʃə/) is the Earth’s biggest and most crowded landmass, found essentially in the eastern and northern halves of the globe. Despite the fact that it covers just 8.7% of the Earth’s aggregate surface territory, it involves 30% of earth’s property region, and has verifiably been home to the greater part of the planet’s human populace (as of now approximately 60%). Asia is striking for generally speaking vast size and populace, as well as bizarrely thick and substantial settlements and endless scarcely populated locales inside of the mainland of 4.4 billion individuals. Asia has displayed financial dynamism (especially East Asia) and in addition strong populace development amid the 20th century, however general populace development has subsequent to tumbled to world normal levels.
The limits of Asia are socially decided, as there is no unmistakable topographical partition in the middle of it and Europe, which together shape one ceaseless landmass called Eurasia. The most normally acknowledged limits place Asia toward the east of the Suez Canal, the Ural River, and the Ural Mountains, and south of the Caucasus Mountains (or the Kuma–Manych Depression) and the Caspian and Black Seas. It is limited on the east by the Pacific Ocean, on the south by the Indian Ocean and on the north by the Arctic Ocean.
Given its size and assorted qualities, the idea of Asia – a name going back to traditional relic – might really have more to do with human geology than physical geography. Asia shifts enormously crosswise over and inside of its areas as to ethnic gatherings, societies, situations, financial matters, authentic ties and government