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  1. GEOGRAPHY ALL ABOUT ROCKS HINDI /ENGLISH


  2. CLASSIFICATION OF ROCKS 1) IGNEOUS ROCKS ) formed due to cooling, solidification and crystallization of molten earth materials know as magma(below the earth's surface) and lava(on the earth's surface) E.g.- Basalt, granites etc. 2) SEDIMENTARY ROCKS (3GRTd) :-Formed through the compression and cementation of the sediments deposited in a particular place mainly aquatic areas. E.g.- Sandstones, limestone.


  3. Basalt Granite Sandstone


  4. Basalt Granite Sandstone


  5. ) METAMORPHIC ROCKS ( Tafer CCT) :-Formed due to change either in the form or composition of either igneous or sedimentary rocks provided that there is no disintegration of pre- existing rocks. E. Serpentine Gabbro Amphibolite


  6. Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Granite Shale Sandstone Shale Coal Limestone Gabbro Gneiss Schist Quartzite Slate> Phyllite Anthracite Graphite Marble Serpentine


  7. Gneiss Shale Schist Slate Graphite Phyllite


  8. IGNEOUS ROCKS The word igneous has been derived form a Latin word 'ignis' meaning thereby fire. Igneous rocks are also called primary rocks because these were originated first of all the rocks during the formation of upper crust of the earth. On cooling, solidification and crystallization of hot and liquid magma after the origin of the earth. This is why igneous rocks are also called as parent rocks.


  9. CHARACTERISTICS OF IGNEOUS ROCKS Igneous rocks are granular or crystalline rocks. Igneous rocks o not have strata. Igneous rocks do not contain fossils. Igneous rocks are mostly associated with the volcanic zones


  10. TYPES OF IGNEOUS ROCKS 2 INTRUSIVEIGNEOUS ROCKS EXTRUSIVE IGNEOUS ROCKS PLUTONIC IGNEOUS ROCK HYPABYSSALIGNEOUS ROCKS


  11. -HYPABYSSAL (TETdd) IGNEOUS ROCKS: are formed due to cooling and solidification of rising magma during volcanic activity in the cracks, pores, crevices and hollow place just beneath the earth's surface. The magma are solidifies in different forms depending upon the hollow place places such as batholiths, laccoliths, phacoliths, lopoliths, sills, dikes etc. These are different shapes of solidified magma.


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