Geological Studies in the Eastern Himalayas is a collection of 13 contributions, edited by Dr P. K. Verma of Delhi University. Authors are drawn largely from the Geological Survey of India and from geological departments of universities in eastern India.

Technically the eastern Himalaya covers that part of the orogen lying east of Nepal as far as Namche Barwa south of the Tsangpo valley which forms the eastern bastion of the range. This should include the Darjeeling area of West Bengal, Sikkim, Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh, as well as a small part of southeast Tibet. In fact, the contributions overwhelmingly...

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