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Madhya Pradesh is the only diamond producing State and is the leading producer of cropper concentrate pyrophyllite and diaspore. State hosts country’s 68% diaspore, 41% molybdenum ore, 46% pyrophyllite, 32% diamond, 29%, 29% copper ore, 17% rock phosphate, 16% each of manganese ore and fireclay and 11% ochre resources. Important minerals occurrences in the State are bauxite in Balaghat, Guna, Jabalpur, Katni, Mandal, Rewa, Satna and Shahdol  districts; calcite in  Badwani, JHabua and Khargone districts;  china clay in Betul, Chhatarpur, Chhindwara, Gwalior, Hoshangabad, Jabalpur,  Khargone,  Narsinghpur,  Raisen,  Satna,  Shahdol and Sidhi  districts;  copper  in  Balaghat,  Betul  and Jabalpur  districts;  coal  in Betul,  Shahdol  and Sidhi  districts;  diamond  in Panna  district; diaspore and  pyrophylite  in Chhatapur,  Shivpuri  and Tikamgarh  districts;  dolomite  in Balaghat,  Betul,  Chhindwara,  Damoh,  Dewas,  Hoshangabad,  Jabalpur,  Jhabua,   Katni,  Mandla,  Narsinghpur,  Sagar and Seoni districts;  fireclay in  Betul,  Chhindwara,  Jabalpur,  Katni,  Narsinghpur,  Panna,  Sugar,  Shahdol  and Sidhi districts;  iron ore  (hematite)  in Betul,  Gwalior,  Jabalpur and  Katni  districts;  limestone in Balaghat,
Chhindwara,  Damoh,  Dhar,  Hoshangabad,  Jabalpur,  JHabua,  Khargone,  Katni,  Mandsaur,  Morena,  Narsinghpur,  Rewa,  Sagar,  Satna,  Sehore,  Shahdol  and Sidhi  districts;  manganese ore in Balaghat,  Chhindwara and Damoh,  Dhar,  Hoshangabad,  Jabalpur,  Jhabua, Khargone,  Katni,  Mandsaur,  Morena,  Natsinghpur,  Rewa,  Sagar,  Satna,  Sehore,  Shahdol  and Sidhi districts;  Manganese ore in  Balaghat,  Chhindwara and Jhabua districts;   ochre in Dhar,  Gwalior,  Jabalpur,  Mandla,  Rewa, Satna,  Shahdol and Umaria districts;  quartz/silica sand in Balaghat, Dewas, Dhar, Jabalpur, Khandwa, Khargone, Morena, Rewa and Shahdol  districts; talc/steatite/soapstone in Dhar,  Jabalpur, Jhabua, Katni,  Narsinghpur and sagar districts;  and vermiculite in Jhabua district.

Other minerals that occur in the State are calcareous shales  (used in slate pencil)in Mandsaur district;  barites in Dewas, Dhar, Shivpuri, Sidhi and Tikamgarh districts;  Felspar  in Jabalpur and Shahdol districts; fuller’s earth in Mandla district; gold in Jabalpur and Sidhi  districts;  granite in Betul, Chhatarpur, Chhindwara, Datia, Jhabua, Panna, Seoni and  Shivpuri districts;  graphite in Betul  and Sidhi districts;  gypsum in Shahdol district;  lead-zinc in Betual district;  molybdenum in Balaghat, district;  potash in Panna district; quartzite in Sehore district; rock phosphate in Chhatarpur,Jhabua and Sagar districts; and sillimanite in Sidhi district.

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