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Sendra Granite, Pali District, Rajasthan

Sendra Granite It is a unique example of natures� capacity as a sculptor. Sendra granite, a plutonic igneous rock of about 900 m. y. ago, intrudes into the Delhi Supergroup of metasedimentary rocks. Large bosses are concordantly emplaced in the calc � gneiss while small bodies are mostly distributed in and around the hornblende schists.

Sendra Granite Wind and water acting over thousands of years, has sculpted the granite into marvellous structures that have inspired man through ages.

The area is located on the Sendra � Pali Road and is exposed on either side of NH-8 near Sendra. Ajmer � Ahmedabad Section of Western Railway passes through this granite massif.
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