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भारत के भूगोल का अतुल्य इतिहास, संजीव सान्याल द्वारा : सभी प्रतियोगी परीक्षा हेतु पीडीऍफ़ बुक | The Incredible History of India's Geography By Sanjeev Sanyal : For All Competitive Exam PDF Book

भारत के भूगोल का अतुल्य इतिहास, संजीव सान्याल द्वारा : सभी प्रतियोगी परीक्षा हेतु पीडीऍफ़ बुक | The Incredible History of India's Geography By Sanjeev Sanyal : For All Competitive Exam PDF Book


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Name of Book :  The Incredible History of India's Geography / भारत के भूगोल का अतुल्य इतिहास 

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Language of Book : English

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Total pages in ebook : 230

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Description about eBook : A large number of dinosaur remains have been found in Raioli village of Balasinor Taluka, Gujarat. The site was identified in 1981, and going by the thousands of fossilized eggs found there, it appears to have been a popular hatchery for dinosaur mothers. The fossilized bones of a previously unknown dinosaur, 25–30 feet long and two-thirds the size of the Tyrannosaurus Rex, were also discovered. This dinosaur has been named Rajasaurus Narmadsensis—the Lizard King of the Narmada! It is believed that, first, India, Antarctica and Madagascar separated from Africa around 158 million years ago and then, 130 million years ago, India and Madagascar separated from Antarctica. Around 90 million years ago, India separated from Madagascar and drifted steadily northwards, towards Asia. As this happened, the land mass passed over the Reunion ‘hotspot’, causing an outburst of volcanic activity. This hotspot is currently under the island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean and the eruptions it caused then, mostly in the Western Ghats near Mumbai, created the Deccan Traps. When we say ‘eruptions’, it’s not the conical sort of eruption that you may associate with volcanoes. These eruptions are more like a layer-by-layer oozing that created the stepped, flat-topped outcrops that geologists call Traps. (In the late seventeenth century, Shivaji and his band of Maratha guerrillas used this unique terrain to wear down the armies of the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. The Traps lived up to their name on that occasion!) In geological terms, this volcanic episode did not last very long—just 30,000 years. But it was a dramatic phenomenon and might well have led to the extinction of the dinosaurs. As India continued its northward journey, it collided with the Eurasian plate 55–60 million years ago. This collision pushed up the Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau. And the process is still not over! The Himalayas are rising even now by around 5 mm every year, although erosion reduces the actual increase in height. This region is considered to be seismically unstable, meaning that it is prone to frequent and powerful earthquakes............

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