Competitive Exams: Indian Geography Kyanite

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3 Climatic Classification of India

Kyanite

  • It occurs in metamorphic aluminous rocks.
  • Largest producer is Bihar (55 %) , Lapsaaburu, Kharsawan, Ghagidih, Badia, Bakra, Mohanpur, Jagannathpur, Bhakar, Hathiland, Singpura, Dauntauri, Padampur.
  • Second is Maharashtra (41 %) Bhandara andNagpur;
  • Third is Karnataka (2.9 %) , Chikmaglur, Chitradurg, Mandya, Mysore, Dakshin Kannada, Shimoga.

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