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2016-01-29T11:55:26+05:30
A peninsular plateau is a tableland that is surrounded by water on three sides and land on one side, forming a triangular patch of land.
deccan plateau in India is an example of peninsular plateau, having eastern and western ghats on its rim.
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2016-01-29T18:11:24+05:30
The Peninsular plateau is a tableland. It is composed of the old crystalline, igneous and metamorphic rocks. The Peninsular plateau is considered the oldest land mass as it was formed due to the drifting of the Gondwana land. The plateau consists of broad and shallow valleys and rounded hills
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