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Figure-6: Seismic Phase section (Line-1: location in Figure-5) showing major sequence stratigraphic elements connecting highstand prograding delta on the shelf (HST), lowstand wedge (LSW), and slope/basin floor fan (LSF). During HST period shoreline transgressed the coast with increased accommodation space on the shelf whereas during LST period shoreline regressed because of decreasing accommodation on shelf, thereby bringing sediment discharge systems close to shelf edge. During early lowstand period, sediment discharge systems incised the shelf and deposited lowstand fans (LSF) on the basin floor and, subsequently, on the slope. During late lowstand period, river systems discharged sediments at the shelf edge, forming lowstand wedge.