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The Himalayan mountain range and Tibetan plateau have formed as a result of the collision between the Indian Plate and Eurasian Plate which began 50 million years ago and continues today.
Collision of continental masses causes crustal thickening, and the intense pressure and temperatures which are present in the core of the collision zone causes the rocks to melt and produce bodies ( diapirs ) of silica-rich magma. Partial melting of continental material generates a granitic magma, which rises and solidifies to produce granitic batholiths in the core of the fold mountains. In the early stages of melting, some of the magma may reach the surface and erupt as magma from volcanoes. Usually this volcanic activity dies out as the collision zones become more established.