Vindhya Range

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Vin·dhya Range

 (vĭn′dyə)
A chain of hills in central India extending east-northeast for about 965 km (600 mi) and rising to approximately 915 m (3,000 ft).
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Vindhya Range

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Vindhya Mountains

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(Placename) a mountain range in central India: separates the Ganges basin from the Deccan, marking the limits of northern and peninsular India. Greatest height: 1113 m (3651 ft)
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Besides, it is surely notable that such pregnant transformations are taking place when, according to credible multiple sources including Indian, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's once-coruscating political stars are beginning to dim, while the ugly scourge of separatism is seemingly fast raising its head south of the Vindyas! Finally, one will be remiss in not recalling, vide last week's column, the grotesque 'Free Tibet' snafu that occurred at a reception for Oli at the Nepalese Embassy: this would hardly have escaped Beijing's notice.
On the other hand, the major representatives of Dravidians are the Gonds and the Khonds which are scattered through the Central Vindyas upto Decean plateau.