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Current bedding can be used as a tool to determine the facing of stata. The photograph that accompanies this text is by S Singh from the area north of Udaipur, from the early Proterozoic Aravalli Supergroup rocks in western India. The Aravalli rocks are a succession of alternating quartzites and slates and phyllites with volcanics at the base, suggested to have been deposited in an epicontinetal sea. The photograph that accompanies shows the inverted limb of the major recumbent to reclined EW trending fold. This on later superimposition by NS upright fold has given rise to the mappable Hammerhead or Hook pattern (term by Heron, 1936) at Nathdwara, a typical type 2 fold interference pattern