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Indian Soil
The Indian Soil is mainly divided into eight major groups. These divisions are the Alluvial Soil, Red Soil, Regur Soil, Laterite and Lateritic Soils, Arid and Desert Soils, Forest and Mountain Soils, Peaty and Marshy Soils and Saline and Alkaline Soils. The history of Indian soil dates back to the prehistoric period.
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