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Indore is located on the southern edge of Malwa Plateau, in northern Madhya Pradesh. The city has an average elevation of . It is above sea level, making it one of the highest capitals in India. Indore and its surrounding region have mostly loose black soil typical of north-central India's black cotton soil zone, which allows rainwater to be more effectively absorbed into the ground and thus makes for better irrigation facilities than many other parts of central India. However, there are scattered rock outcroppings that occur mainly around Hinganghat & Sarawal regions where dense granite rocks are found as part or whole under layer beneath surface; this area was once a part (submerged) during prehistoric times when water levels were high due to tectonic shifts along major fault lines near Indore region; these rocks can be seen at places such as Shetrunjaya Hills (near Sanwer), Deccan College etc.