Malagasy Orogeny is the name given to the Ediacaran to Cambrian orogeny that resulted as India collided with the already amalgamated African continent that consisted of Azania and the Congo-Tanzania-Bangweulu Block. The orogeny affects the parts of the East African Orogen that are now found in southern India, Madagascar and central Arabia.
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