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The river Jhelum takes a serpentine course across the Srinagar valley and cuts
across the Pir Panjal range near Baramula. The Liddar river drains Pahalgam ...
Hence in Jammu and Kashmir, the following main parallel ranges occur: (a) the
Aghil (b) the Korakaram (c) the Kailash (d) the Ladakh (e) the Zanskar (f ) the
great or central Himalaya, (g) the Pir Panjal- (h) the Siwalik. Dhuladhar The
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Geology of India
Major forest types of India
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Acacia catechu Adina cordifolia alluvial alluvium alpine scrub altitude Anogeissus latifolia beds bhabar blue pine Bombax ceiba Cedrus deodara chir pine Chir pine forests clayey clays comprises mainly conglomerates Dalbergia Deccan traps deciduous deodar Dillenia Diospyros dip slope distribution of vegetation dry temperate East Himalayan eastern evergreen forest flood plain deposits forest types forests occur forests which occur Ganga geo-botany Geology and vegetation gneiss Gondwana granite hills Himalayan India Indo-Ganga plain Kashmir Krol lesser Himalaya limestone Lower Siwalik Main forests Mallotus Mixed deciduous forests Moist peninsular moist temperate forest Oak forests Parbati phyllites Picea smithiana Pinus roxburghii Pinus wallichiana Pradesh Prominent forests Pterocarpus Pyrus pashia quartzites Quercus incana river rock formation rock type sal forests sand sandstones scarp slope schists sediments semi-evergreen forest shales Shorea robusta siwalik formation soil Sterculia Sub-group Sub-type Syzygium cumini Terminalia tomentosa tract Upper Siwaliks valley Vindhyans Zizyphus zone