In which neighboring country of India Ram Katha is still popular?
In which neighboring country of India, Ramkatha is still popular? a. Thailand.
Which country is nearest to the India?
India shares borders with several sovereign countries; it shares land borders with China, Bhutan, Nepal and Pakistan in the north or north-west, and with Bangladesh and Myanmar in the east.
Which country is not our neighborhood?
Answer: A neighbouring country but not a part of Indian subcontinent is China. Politically,the Indian subcontinent is said to comprise of the following seven States(countries): India,Pakistan,Nepal,Bhutan,Bangla Desh, Sri Lanka and Maldives.
Which is the largest country in the India?
Here is a list of the top ten largest countries by area in square miles:
- United States (3,617,827 square miles)
- Brazil (3,287,086 square miles)
- Australia (2,969,121 square miles)
- India (1,269,010 square miles)
- Argentina (1,073,234 square miles)
- Kazakhstan (1,051,811 square miles)
- Algeria (919,352 square miles)
Is India a landlocked country?
There are currently 44 landlocked countries and 5 partially recognized landlocked states.
List of landlocked countries and partially recognized landlocked states.
|Country||Internationally recognized landlocked states||Bhutan|
|Surrounding countries||China and India|
What is India’s full name?
India, officially the Republic of India (Hindi: Bhārat Gaṇarājya), is a country in South Asia.
|Republic of India Bhārat Gaṇarājya (see other local names)|
Who named country India?
The official name of the Republic of India was derived from the Sanskrit name ‘Sindhu’ that referred to Indus River. By the time the Persians conquered both, the then Indian subcontinent and Greece in 5th century BCE, ‘Sindhu’ became ‘Hindus’ to mark the ‘land of Hindus’.
How old is India?
India is home to one of the oldest civilizations in the world. From the traces of hominoid activity discovered in the subcontinent, it is recognized that the area now known as India was inhabited approximately 250,000 years ago.