|?Minerals are unevenly distributed in India.? Following examples are:|
|(i) Minerals in Deccan: The peninsular rocks contains most of the reserves of coal, metallic minerals.|
|(ii) Minerals in western and eastern regions of India: Sedimentary rocks of western and eastern part of India i.e., Gujrat and Assam have most of the petroleum deposits.|
|(iii) Minerals in Rajasthan: Rajasthan with the rock systems of the peninsular have reserves of many non-ferrous minerals.|
|(iv) Minerals in North India: The vast alluvial plains of North India are almost devoid of economic minerals. These variations exist largely because of and time involved in the formation of minerals.|
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