About Geology & Mining - Maharshtra
The State of Maharashtra lies between the latitudes 15036’20” to 2201’40” and longitudes 72040’30’ to 800 56’30” covering an area of 3,07,713 sq.km. The State is bounded in the north and north east by Gujrath, Madhyapradesh, and Chattisgarh States. On the east by Madhyapradesh, Chattisgarh, to the south and south east by Karnataka and Andhrapradesh and on the west by the Arabian sea. Geologically, it forms a part of the “Peninsular shield” of India. Physiographically the major part of Maharashtra comprises an ancient plateau exposed for long ages to denudation and approaching peneplanation. The important hill ranges are western ghats or Sahyadri hills, Melghat range which is a branch of Satpura hill ranges and Satpura hill ranges. The important rivers are Godavari, Krishna, Bhima, Tapi, Purna Wainganga & Narmada. The State has been divided into five regions and six division convering total 35 districts.
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    03-07-2014
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