Deccan Plateau is a region south of the
. The plateau touches
in the north and the
and Palni Hills in the south. It is bound by
. The Deccan Plateau has an undulating terrain, with elevations averaging about 600 m (about 2000 ft). However, some hills reach 1200 m (4000 ft). Many of the major rivers of the country, including the
, flow across the eastward-tilting plateau before reaching the
Bay of Bengal
. The Deccan Plateau has been the center of political turbulance since ancient times.
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