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Consider the following statements: 1. Amarkantak Hills are at the confluence of Vindhya and Sahyadri Ranges. 2. Biligirirangan Hills constitute the easternmost part of Satpura Range. 3. Seshachalam Hills constitute the southernmost part of Western Ghats.

How many of the statements given above are correct?
(a) Only one
b) Only two
(c) All three
(d) None

Explanation:

  1. Amakantak Hills are at the confluence of Vindhya and Sahyadri Ranges.
    This statement is incorrect. Amarkantak is the meeting point of the Vindhya and the Satpura Ranges, with the Maikal Hills being the fulcrum[1].
  2. Biligirirangan Hills constitute the easternmost part of Satpura Range.
    This statement is incorrect. Biligirirangan Hills are located in south-western Karnataka, at its border with Tamil Nadu, and are part of the Eastern Ghats[2].
  3. Seshachalam Hills constitute the southernmost part of Western Ghats.
    This statement is incorrect. Seshachalam Hills are hilly ranges part of the Eastern Ghats in southern Andhra Pradesh state, in southeastern India[3].

Hence, the correct answer is:
[D] None

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