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Satpura is a famous range of hills in Central India. The name Satpura originates from the Sanskrit Word Shatpura, which means "Hundred Mountains". The range, the name of which means "Seven Folds' ', forms a watershed between Narmada and Tapti River. Parts of the Satpuras have been folded and heaved. They are regarded as structural uplift or "horst". The Satpura range is a series of Seven Mountains (Sat = Seven, Pura = Mountains). It extends through Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and finally terminates in Chhattisgarh, running for a span of 900kms. The Satpura range includes Mahadev Hills to the north, the Maikala Hills to the east, and Rajpipla Hills to the west. The famous Dhoopgarh Peak (1350m) near Pachmarhi on Mahadev Hills is the highest peak of Madhya Pradesh state and also Amarkantak Peak (1127m) which is the second-highest peak of Madhya Pradesh state also lies in the Satpura Range. The Satpura range is triangular in shape. The whole Satpura range is heavily forested and is very famous for its wildlife habitats. Satpura range is home to world-famous National parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries, etc.
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