How many states share border with India?

How many states of India share its border with other countries?

India shares its border with seven countries– Afghanistan (Pak occupied area) and Pakistan to the north-west, China, Bhutan and Nepal to the north, Myanmar and Bangladesh to the East.

Indian States and the Bordering Countries.

States Country
West Bengal,Mizoram,Meghalaya,Tripura and Asom Bangladesh
West Bengal, Sikkim,Arunachal Pradesh and Asom Bhutan

Which Indian state shares the most borders with other countries?

West Bengal. d. Rajasthan. Hint: India shares it’s the border with a total of 9 countries; land borders with seven countries including Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan and maritime borders with Sri Lanka, Maldives and Indonesia.

Which country has longest boundary with India?

Land borders of India

Land Border Country Length (m) and (mi) Comments
Bhutan 578 kilometres (359 mi) Open border
China 3,488 kilometres (2,167 mi) Also see McMahon Line.
Myanmar 1,458 kilometres (906 mi) Also see India-Myanmar barrier
Nepal 1,752 kilometres (1,089 mi) Open border.

How many countries India have?

India shares its border with seven countries namely Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, Bhutan, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Maldives and Sri Lanka.

Neighbouring countries of India: Overview.

Article Name India and It’s Neighboring Countries
Total Land Border Of India 15,106.7 k.m.
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Which state has longest international border in India?

West Bengal with 2,217 km share longest border with Bangladesh. Other states include 262 km in Assam, 856 km in Tripura, 180 km in Mizoram, 443 km in Meghalaya, and 2,217 km in West Bengal.

Which Indian state has longest border with China?

The entire Sino-Indian border (including the western LAC, the tiny undisputed segment in the middle and the McMahon Line in the east) is 4.056 km long and crosses five Indian states/territories: Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.

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