In a recent geological event, Maharashtra’s Hingoli experienced a seismic disturbance measuring 3.5 on the Richter Scale, as reported by the National Centre for Seismology (NCS).
This noteworthy earthquake transpired at a depth of 5 km precisely at 5:09 am local time on Monday, November 20.
The NCS promptly shared the seismic particulars on their social media platform X, posting, “Earthquake of Magnitude: 3.5, Occurred on 20-11-2023, 05:09:29 IST, Lat: 19.41 and Long: 77.34, Depth: 5 Km, Location: Hingoli, Maharashtra.”
Concurrently, another seismic episode unfolded in Jammu and Kashmir’s Doda, with a magnitude of 3.9, as documented by the vigilant monitoring of the NCS.
This dual seismic occurrence highlights the dynamic geological activity present in different regions of India.
These incidents serve as a reminder of the Earth’s constant motion and the need for ongoing monitoring and preparedness in seismically active zones.
Stay tuned for further insights into the geological events shaping our diverse landscapes.