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The Delhi Earthquake of 27th August 1960 By Mukti Nath Kedar Narain and J P Srivastava
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affected alluvial alluvium associated Astarte average axis band bank beds belt bovid buildings cells cement cent clay close coal collected comprise conglomerate construction contain courses covered cracks damage Delhi detail dips direction district earthquake east elongated estimated examined extends figured fold formations fossils Geol Geological Godavari grade grains gravel deposits Habo hill important India joints Jurassic Kutch length less limestone localities located Lower major margin material maximum Middle million minor namadicus nature occur ornamentation patches places Pleistocene plunging present quartzite region reserves river road rocks rounded samples sandstone shale shell shows shrouding grade side size-grades slope species specimen structure suitable sulphur surface Surv Survey thickness tonnes tubewells Type Upper valley varies village walls zone