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The Proterozoic Cuddapah Basin of south India is one of the most important Purana basins of Peninsular India. It hosts the Cuddapah Supergroup and the Kurnool Group of rocks. The structure of the Cuddapah Basin reveals that it forms the frontal part of a larger fold–thrust belt, named the Cuddapah fold–thrust belt (CFTB). The CFTB formed in response to the amalgamation of the Prince Charles Mountains–Rayner Complex of Antarctica with the Krishna province of India during the formation of the Rodinia Supercontinent. The CFTB, bounded by the Nellore–Khammam schist belt and Eastern Ghats terrane in the east and Peninsular...

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