7 Incredible volcanoes in India


7 Incredible volcanoes in India


7 Incredible volcanoes in India


I think nowadays adventure travel lovers are increased too much and they are seeking to visit such places which makes them feel thrilled and Goosebumps.

So today we will talk about volcanoes….yes you read volcanoes. India is a place where you can found everything as a traveler and active volcanoes is also in India so let's talk about 7 Incredible volcanoes in India
    
Volcanic activity is the most powerful force in nature. Some volcanic eruptions are much more powerful than the largest nuclear eruptions. Volcanoes have killed thousands of people and caused some of the most frightening events in human history. Many people are interested in methods of classifying volcanoes. Below we have described various types of volcanoes in India. 

7 incredible volcanoes in India



7 Incredible volcanoes in India

Location - Andaman Islands

Type - Active volcano

Final blast - 2017

Description - Barren Island is an island located in the Andaman Sea, the only confirmed "Active volcano" barren volcano in South Asia, and the only active volcano with a series of volcanoes from Sumatra to Myanmar. The first eruption of the volcano dates back to 1787. Since then, the volcano has erupted more than ten times in 2017, with the most recent being 2017.


7 Incredible volcanoes in India

Location - Andaman Islands

Type - Dormant volcano

Final blast - 560 kyrs BP

Description - Narcondam is a a small volcanic island located in the Andaman Sea. The summit of the island rises 710 meters above sea level, and it forms site. It is part of the Andaman Islands, whose main body is about 124 km (77 mi) to the west. The name Narcondam is derived from the Tamil word Narcondam, which can mean "a pit of hell".


7 Incredible volcanoes in India

Location - Maharashtra

Type - -

Final blast - 66 mya

Description - The Deccan Trap is a large igneous province located on the Deccan Plateau of west-central India (17 ° –24 ° N, 73 ° –74 ° E) and has one of the largest volcanic features on Earth. The term "trap" has been used in geology since 1785–1795 for such rock formations. It is derived from the Scandinavian word for stairs ("trepa") and refers to the step-like hills that make up the landscape of the region.


7 Incredible volcanoes in India

Location - Andaman Islands

Type - Mud volcano

Final blast - Active since 2003

Description - Baratang Island is an island in the Andaman Islands. It is in the North and Central Andaman Administrative District, which is part of the Indian Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Ranchiwalas Island is another name for Baratang Island. Baratang has the only known examples of Mud volcanoes in India. These clay volcanoes have erupted sporadically, with recent 2005 eruptions believed to be associated with the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.


7 Incredible volcanoes in India

Location - Gujarat

Type - Extinct- Dormant volcano

Description - Dhinodhar Hills is located near Nani Aral village in Nakhtrana taluka of Kutch district, Gujarat, India. Dhinodhar Hill is a tourist and pilgrimage place. Dhinodhar Hill, a dormant volcano rising to a height of 386 meters.


7 Incredible volcanoes in India

Location - Haryana

Type - Extinct

Final blast - 732 Ma BP (million years before present)
Description - Dhosi Hill is an extinct volcano, which stands alone in the northwest end of the Aravalli mountain range, whose elevation is about 345 to 470 meters above the surrounding land. It is part of the Aravalli mountain range, which belongs to the Precambrian Malani Agnay Suite. The rocky hillside lies on the borders of the Indian states of Haryana and Rajasthan. South of Mahendragarh district, part of Haryana, 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) from Narnaul on Singhana Road; Part of Rajasthan is located in the Jhunjhunu district in the north.


7 Incredible volcanoes in India

Location - Haryana

Type - Extinct

Final blast - 732 Ma BP (million years before present)
Description - Located in Tosham, with an average elevation of 207 meters (679 ft), the old spelling of the Tusham hill, and the rocks extending between and around the Tosham hills is a sub-section of the northwestern spur of the Alwar group of the Delhi Supergroup of the Aravalli mountain range. Belongs to. In the Precambrian Malani igneous suite of rocks. The main Tusham hill is the second largest hill in the range. It has ancient rock inscriptions and rock paintings, paleo erased rocky glacial channels and water springs, and small mountain lakes.

so we should once visit this volcano places of India which gives adventure feel for travel lovers.

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