Maikal

Maikal

 

mountains in India, in the northern part of the Hindustan Peninsula. Length, approximately 250 km; elevation, to 1,127 m (Mount Bhamangarh). They are composed of gneisses, overlain in places by basaltic lavas, and broken up by faults. The plateau-like peaks and steep slopes are dissected by the headwaters of the Narbada and Son rivers and the left tributaries of the Mahanadi. Monsoon deciduous forests with teak grow on the peaks.

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Kanha is one of India's largest national parks covering 2,000 sq km and is located in the Maikal Hills of the Satpura Hill range in MP.
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It originates from Amarkantak at 1,151 m altitude (latitude 22[degrees] 40' N and longitude 81[degrees] 46' E) in the Shahdol district from the Maikal ranges in Madhya Pradesh, flowing through different cities (Dindori, Mandla, Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Hoshangabad, Omkareshwar, Koral, Neelkantheshwar, Ankleshwar, and Dahej), which are surrounded with dense human population, agricultural farms and large and small industries.
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