What does the geology of the peninsular plateau show?

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1.  The geology of the peninsular plateau shows that it is a table land that consists of broad valleys and hills.
2.  They are formed as a part of Gondwana land that drifted away years ago and hence, it is composed of crystalline, igneous and metamorphic rocks
3. It is the home for rain fed rivers and from the view of geologists, this region is considered as stable area or zone


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