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Nepheline Syenite, Kishangarh, Ajmer District, Rajasthan

Nepheline Syenite Nepheline Syenite, Kishangarh, Ajmer District, Rajasthan is a pluton emplaced along the core of an antiform of metamorphites in Aravalli craton of Rajasthan. Kishangarh syenite, by which the unit is also called has been dated 1590 million years to 1910 million years.

Kishangarh is situated on NH-8 and is about 26 km northeast of Ajmer and is also connected by Western Railway Main line. The monument is about 500 m after the bypass bifurcation of Kishangarh towards Jaipur on NH-8. The area of interests extends upto Gundu Rao Talav.
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