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List of Minerals in India State wise Free

Minerals in India are mentioned below. State-by-state: Many questions about India’s minerals are questioned in Staff Selection Commission and Public Service Commission exams. This article discusses the essential minerals and major minerals present in India, as well as their approximate deposits, mines, and other pertinent information. Read the essay from beginning to end.

List of Minerals in India State wise

  • Diamond – Panna (Madhya Pradesh)
  • Gold – Kolar (Karnataka)
  • Copper – Khetri (Rajasthan)
  • Aluminium – Kerala
  • Marble – Jaipur (Rajasthan)
  • Bauxite – Rajasthan, Jammu & Kashmir
  • Petroleum – Digboi, Mumbai High, Cauvery Basin
  • Coal – Raniganj
  • Iron ore – Singhbhum (Bihar)
  • Cobalt – Rajasthan and Kerala
  • Carborundum – Salem, Khasi Hills
  • Gypsum – Tiruchy, Bikaner & Jodhpur
  • Zinc – Zawar mines (Udaipur)
  • Heavy Water – Tuticorin, Kota
  • Uranium – Bihar
  • Salt – Sambhar Lake (Rajasthan), Vedaranyam, Kovalam
  • Lignite – Neyveli (Tamil Nadu)
  • Mica – Koderma (Bihar), Nellore (A.P.)
  • Zircon – Kerala sea shores & Cape Comorin
  • Red stone – Jodhpur (Rajasthan)
  • Tin – Hazaribagh (Bihar)
  • Thorium – Trivandrum (Kerala)
  • Tungsten – Nagpur, Maharashtra and Marwar

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Which state is rich in minerals in India?

India’s magnetite deposits are concentrated in four states: Karnataka (73 percent), Andhra Pradesh (14%), Rajasthan (527 million tonnes), and Tamil Nadu (507 million tonnes) (5 percent each)

Which states are not rich in minerals?

Haryana states is not rich in minerals.