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Maximum coal production in India is from

(1) Dharwar System of Rocks

(2) Upper Gondwana System

(3) The Lower Gondwana System

(4) The Vindhyan System
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( 3 ) The Lower Gondwana System 
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# 2
option 1 is the right answer 
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Answer
# 3
the lower gondwana system 
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