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[The Vindhyan Basin is one of the largest intracratonic sedimentary basins of the world (Fig. 1.1). The basin has been studied for more than a century since the time of Oldham (1856) and Mallet (1869). Auden (1933) provided the basic data for all the subsequent studies on the Vindhyan Basin...
[TheSequence Vindhyan rocks exposed in the Son valley unconformably overlies the granites/metasediments of the Mahakoshal GroupMahakoshal Group. The Supergroup with its excellent preservation records the interplay between sediments and different sedimentological processes. Excellent preservation...
[This chapter deals with selected traverses through the outcrops of Vindhyan SupergroupVindhyan Supergroup. Each traverse includes several stops to visit the nearby outcrops. Each traverse needs at least one full day to visit the outcrops and quickly examine the broad characteristics of each of...
[This chapter deals with several well-exposed sections, each of which may take a whole day to investigate properly. Each section covers a unique theme, including detailed faciesFacies analysis of carbonate and siliciclasticSiliciclastic successions and description of event deposits like...
[Microbiota appearedSiliciclastic on Earth before 3.8 Ma, and they flourished during the Proterozoic time.]
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