Great Himalayas

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The Great Himalayas or Greater Himalayas (Hindi: महान हिमालय or हिमाद्रि) is the highest mountain range of the Himalayan Range System. [1]

This range is separated from Trans Himalaya mountain range by the Main Central Thrust Fault, and lies north of it.[2]

Entities the range is within include Pakistan, China, India, Nepal, and Tibet.

The world's highest peak, Mount Everest, and other "near−highest" peaks are part of the Greater Himalayas range.

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  1. ^ Greater Himalayas Encyclopædia Britannica
  2. ^ Hussain, Majid, Geography of India