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Lokapur, Bagalkot District, Karnataka, India

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Precambrian shales of the Upper Kaladgi Formation have been contact metamorphosed into hornfels (later metasomatically albitized and silicified) in zones up to 8 metres wide around 6 quartz-dolerite dykes.

(The reference ascribes Lokapur to Bijapur District, although Wikipedia places it in Bagalkot District.)

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B.V. Govinda Rajulu and M.J. Chandrasekhara Gowda (1972) Albitized slates from the upper Kaladgi formations, Lokapur, Bijapur district, Mysore state. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 13, #3, 247-261.

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