A map of the earthquake damage in India today is likely to help earthquake experts in a post-earthquakes India.
According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), the epicenter of the 7.2 magnitude quake is at the western town of Agra, India’s second-largest city.
“It was about 10 miles south of Agre in the city of Agrum.
The epicenter was about 4 miles west of Agrant, and it was about 8 miles north of Agri, on the Indian side of the Indian Ocean,” said an official of the USGS.”
The epicenter is very deep in the earth.
It is very close to the western edge of the Ring of Fire, and at the time of the epicentre, it was probably in a shallow sea.””
There are still some landslides, some buildings, and the ground is still a bit wet,” the official added.
The quake occurred about 60 minutes after a similar earthquake shook the Indian state of Gujarat in July 2016, killing more than 1,500 people.