An attempt is made to mark regional geology of part of Lalitpur district. The area is characterized by flat topography gently sloping east ward with isolated hillocks. The well contrasted lithology has been marked on the basis of variation in tone, drainage pattern and texture. The main lithounits are foliated granites/gneiss, banded iron formation, granites, ultra basic, quartz reef and basic dykes. The structural elements of lineaments are visible on aerial photos and imagery which range in length from 1 to 10 km. The lineaments at places intersect with each other. The major trends are NNW- SSE. NE- SW. NNH- SSW. These NNW- SSE and NE-SW lineaments are retlected by well aligned body of quartz- sericite schist and quartz reef respectively.
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Singh, G.P. Delineation of geology of a part of bundelkhand complex around girar, distt. lalitpur, u.p., using remote sensing data. J Indian Soc Remote Sens 27, 1–8 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02990769
- Stream Sediment
- Deccan Trap
- Band Iron Formation
- Pink Granite