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THE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF GEOHERITAGE SITES IN INDIA

    1 Author(s):  DR. POONAM KHARE

Vol -  13, Issue- 6 ,         Page(s) : 96 - 103  (2022 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMST

Abstract

Geologically speaking, India inherited rocks from 4 billion years ago known as Archean or "Purana" rocks to less than a million-year-old. Its geological diversity can be observed in its tectonic history, climatic variability, mountain chains formations, and landscapes formations. India is richly endowed with an abundance of fascinating and exquisite landforms of different origins.

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