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Majhgawan diamond pipe, Panna Mines, Panna, Panna District, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Largest diamond producer in India. Production started prior to 1827.

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References

Rao, N. C. (2005). A petrological and geochemical reappraisal of the Mesoproterozoic diamondiferous Majhgawan pipe of central India: evidence for transitional kimberlite–orangeite (group II kimberlite)–lamproite rock type. Mineralogy and Petrology, 84(1-2), 69-106.

Rao, C. N. (2006). Mesoproterozoic diamondiferous ultramafic pipes at Majhgawan and Hinota, Panna area, central India: Key to the nature of sub-continental lithospheric mantle beneath the Vindhyan basin. Journal of earth system science, 115(1), 161-183.

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