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2014-08-05T15:15:34+05:30
The Himalayan mountains have been divided into three parallel ranges. The outer most range is known is the Shiwalik range or the lesser Himalayas. They extend over a width of 10-15 km and have an altitude varying between 900-1100m. these ranges are composed of unconsolidated sediments brought down by the rivers from the main Himalayan ranges located further north. These valleys are covered with thick gravel and alluvium. 
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2014-08-05T19:17:56+05:30
The Himalaya consists of three parallel ranges.mainly the Himadri , Himachal and the Shiwaliks in the longitudinal extent.The outermost range of the himalays is the shiwaliks .They extent over a width of 10-50 km and have an altitude varying between 900 and 1100 meters.Theese ranges are composed of unconsolidated sediments brought down by rivers from the main Himalan ranges located farther north.
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