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(C) Vietamorphosed Deposits Due to metamorphism of above said deposits On the basis of their mode of occurrence and association with, different kinds of coutry-rocks however, the Indian manganese deposits have been classified
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  • Aakash sharma Best Answer
    Gonditic: found in gonds of madhya Pradesh. huge amounts of spessartite, rhodonite and quartz can be found. koduritic ores are found in vizianagram in vishakhapatnam district of Ta...
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  • Rahul kumar thankyou
    Metamorphosed deposits: Metamorphosed deposits are ore deposits formed as a result of high temperature and pressure condition i.e. metamorphic processes. Gonditic ores: Gondite is...
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  • Sajan sarthak thankyou
    GONDITE Manganese silicate rocks, interbanded with manganese oxide orebodies, constitute an important stratigraphic horizon in the Mansar formation of the Sausar Group of Precambr...
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