Which is the Oldest Landmass of India?

By Sakshi Yadav|Updated : July 27th, 2022

Gondwana is the oldest landmass on the Indian subcontinent. It includes Arabian Peninsula, the Indian Subcontinent, Antarctica, South America, Madagascar, Australia, and Africa.

Summary:

Which is the Oldest Landmass of India?

The Peninsular Plateau is part of Gondwana and the oldest landmass of the Indian subcontinent. As in western and southern it is the largest plateau with the rises to 100m in the north and to more than 1000m in the south. It forms a raised triangle within the south-pointing triangle of the Indian coastline.

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