Which hill in India is named after its resemblance to the hump of an ox and is known for its rich deposits of iron ore?

A. Kudremukh hills

B. Nilgiri hills

C. Vindhya hills

D. Bailadila hills

 

Answer:

So, the correct answer is (D): Bailadila hills

Explanation 

Bailadila Hills 

  • The Bailadila hills in Chhattisgarh , India are named after their resemblance to the hump of an ox. 
  • These hills are known for their rich deposits of iron ore (hematites) and are home to one of the largest iron ore mining operations in India. 
  • The iron ore mined from Bailadila is of very high quality and is used in the production of steel.
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