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Berliner Höhlenkundliche Berichte, Volume 21: Resources on the Speleology of Himachal Pradesh (India)

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By: Herbert Daniel Gebauer(Author)
66 pages, b/w maps
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Language: English

Resources on the Speleology of Himachal Pradesh (India) deals with the karst and caves of the most northern Indian Union State. 128 sites – mainly karst caves but also some man-made caverns – are described in detail. 28 other caves are described from the Arki area, where the first European post-WWII caving excursion to South Asia was conducted by a team around E.A. Glennie in 1970. The majority of these caves still awaits surveying. The report has an in-depth 15-page bibliography and over 230 explanatory footnotes.

Contents

INTRODUCTIONARY NOTES     
Himachal Pradesh State 1
Arki area (ex Baghal State) 1
Arki caves table 8

CAVE DIRECTORY
Akhra Patakhra–Yulang 9

SOURCES
Acknowledgements 48
Localities List 49
Manuscripts 51
Bibliography 52

MAPS
1. Himachal Pradesh in India 5
2. Arki area & Cave distribution 7
3. Himachal Pradesh Cave distribution 66

CAVE PLANS
1. Baili Sehlot 11
2. Beterh Goffar 15
3. Dunga Dora 18
4. Ghiana Cave 1 20
5. Ghiana Cave 2 20
6. Jakholi Cave 22
7. Pajyare ra Kotla 1 35
8. Pajyare ra Kotla 2 36
9. Saug Goffar 41

PICTURES
1. The Abode of Baba Balak Nath 13
2. Venerated stalagmite speleothems (linga) in Panchmunda Cave, Chewa 37
3. Venerated stalagmite speleothems (linga) in Triloknath Cave, Trilokpur     45

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Report
By: Herbert Daniel Gebauer(Author)
66 pages, b/w maps
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