Can we use the Article "The" with "Aravali". Aravali is a mountain range. As per grammatical rule, We can use "The" with name of "Ranges of Mountains". But, My book says that We can't use "The" with 'Aravali'.
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Names are not preceded by articles in English.
James is my brother.
However, a name may simply be part of a multi-word noun phrase. If the name is not the complete noun phrase, the article can be used.
The James River is polluted.
An article is not strictly required, though. Not using an article implies familiarity with whatever the noun is. An announcer or news reader would probably use the article.
James River is polluted.