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The peninsular plateau is divided into two- the central highlands and the Deccan plateau.The part of the peninsular plateau lying to the north of the Narmada river is known as the Central highlands.The Vindhyan range is bounded by the central highlands on the south and the Aravalis on the northwest.The central highlands are wider in the west but narrower in the east.The further westward extension gradually merges with the sandy and rocky desert of Rajasthan.The flow of rivers draining this region,namely the Chambal,the Sind,the Betwa,and the Ken is from southwest to northeast,thus indicating a slope.The eastward extensions of this plateau are locally known as the Bundelkhand and the Baghelkhand.
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The features of the central highland are:
i. The part of the peninsular plateau lying to the north of the Narmada River covering a major area of the Malwa plateau is known as the Central Highlands. 
ii. The Vindhyan range is bounded by the Central Highlands on the south and the Aravali range on the northwest. 
iii. The flow of the rivers draining this region, namely the Chambal, the Sind, the Betwa and Ken is from southwest to northeast, thus indicating the slope. The Central Highlands are wider in the west but narrower in the east. 
iv. The eastward extensions of this plateau are locally known as the Bundelkhand and Baghelkhand. 
v. The Chotanagpur plateau marks the further eastward extension, drained by the Damodar River.
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