My initial response is that all plates on Earth
have active volcanoes on them, but doing a
quick search I can't find any that are associated
with India. The closest volcanoes that I can think
of that might be related to the Indian plate are
in Iran, which is some distance away.
Most plates have volcanoes along their
edges -- this is where all the action occurs.
What happens at the edge of a plate depends on
whether or not it is a convergent or
divergent boundary (whether a plate is
colliding with another plate, or moving away from
it). In the middle of the plate, away from the
edge, there are no volcanoes.
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