Mineral producing top states in India
1. Iron ore – Odisha
2. Coal – Jharkhand
3. Manganese – Odisha
4. Bauxite – Odisha
5. Mica – Andhra Pradesh
6. Gold – Karnataka
7. Lime stone – Andhra Pradesh
8. Barytes – Andhra Pradesh
9. Natural Gas – Assam
10. Copper – Madhya Pradesh
11. Diamond – Madhya Pradesh
12. Lignite – Tamil Nadu
13. Nickel – Odissa
14. Lead & Zinc – Rajasthan
15. Uranium – Kerala
16. Chromite – Odissa
17. Asbestos – Andhra Pradesh
18. Copper Ore – Madhya Pradesh
19. Crude Oil – Rajasthan
20. Natural Gas – Assam
Which state is known as mineral state of India?
Jharkhand is called the mineral state of the India.
Which is the richest mineral producing region of India?
Most of the metallic minerals in India occur in the peninsular plateau region in the old crystalline rocks. Over 97 per cent of coal reserves occur in the valleys of Damodar, Sone, Mahanadi and Godavari.
Which state is not rich in mineral in India?
Haryana states is not rich in minerals.
Which state has more mineral resources in India?
Statewise, Odisha tops the total resources with 44% share followed by Karnataka 22%, Madhya Pradesh 13%, Maharashtra 8%, Andhra Pradesh 4% and Jharkhand & Goa 3% each. Rajasthan, Gujarat and West Bengal together shared about 3% of the total resources.
Which city is famous for minerals?
Karnataka – The Mineral Rich State. Gold: The Kolar Gold Fields in Kolar used to be one of the major producers of gold in India, before it shut down. Presently the gold mines of Hutti and Raichur produce almost 84 per cent of the country’s gold. The other major centers of gold mining are Dharwad and Chitradurga
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