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The Vindhya Range

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The Vindhya Range

The Vindhya Range geographically separates the Northern India from the Southern India as it runs across the Central India. The origin of Vindhya Range is believed to be from the wastes produced due to the weathering of Aravalli Range.

The Range extends from Gujarat in the West (almost along its border with Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh) moving eastwards towards the Ganges in Mirzapur. The area of North and South portions of the mountain is arid and inhospitable.

The southern slopes of the range are drained by the Narmada River, which then moves westwards towards the Arabian Sea. Apart from Narmada, Ganges also drains many parts of the Range. The famous Ranthambore National park is also formed amidst this range of mountains. The range has always been known for its great reserves of wildlife.
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