Neighbour countries of india

Neighbour Countries of India

Neighbour Countries of India

As we all know India is a big country located latitudinally in the Northern Hemisphere and longitudinally in the Eastern Hemisphere. People of every caste religion live in India. Where people come to India from across the border to see the beauty. In this article, we have shared knowledge of some neighbour countries of India along with their capitals.

Neighbour Countries of India:

India is a very beautiful country which is located in the southern part of Asia, in which various regions, states are situated. India comes at number 7 in terms of the biggest countries. India’s population is also very high, which comes at number 2 in the world. India has a land border of 15,106.7 km and a coastline of the mainland, Lakshadweep Islands and Andaman and the Nicobar Islands is 7,516.6 km. Net 9 countries have shared the border with India, 7 countries have shared the same, or 2 countries have shared the same border.

List of Neighbour Countries of India:

CountriesCapital
BangladeshDhaka
AfghanistanKabul
BhutanThimpu
MyanmarYangon
ChinaBeijing
NepalKathmandu
PakistanIslamabad
MaldivesMale
Sri LankaSri Jayawardenepura Kotte

Bangladesh:

Bangladesh is the country of South India, it comes on 8th no in world. Bangladesh is bordered by West Bengal to the west and north, Assam to the north, Meghalaya to the north and northeast, and Tripura and Mizoram to the east. The world’s largest delta river is found in Bangladesh. which has been formed by the Ganges or the Brahmaputra river. 

Afghanistan

 

The people living in this country are called Afghans or Afghanis. It’s is situated on 250,000 square miles of land, 32.4 million people live in Afghanistan. Afghanistan is famous for some of its famous fruits like pomegranates, grapes. The languages ​​spoken in Afghanistan are Pashtu and Dari.

Bhutan

 

It is surrounded by China to the north and India to the south, east, and west with a population of 754,000. The language spoken in Bhutan is Dzongkha. Bhutan came under the Tibetan Empire in the 16th century. Bhutan is a very safe country, for the tourist or the people there.a

Myanmar

 

Myanmar is a country in South Asia which is also known as Burma. Myanmar shares its border with Bangladesh and India. It is the 10th largest country in Asia and the largest country in Mainland Southeast Asia.

China

 

China is famous for its Great Wall which is also known as Wanli Changcheng or Wan-Li Chang-Cheng. China with the largest population country in the world. Also called the factory of the world’s largest producer of concrete, clothing, toys, etc. 

Nepal 

 

Nepal is situated in the Himalayas, China’s border with Tibet to the north and India’s border to the south, east, and west. In the ranked of corruption, Nepal is the third corrupt country in South Asia. It is famous for cultural heritage sites of Hindu Dharma and throughout the year weather is also an attractive part of Nepal. 

Pakistan

 

Pakistan got independence after the partition of the British Indian Empire in 1947. Pakistan is one of the poorest countries in the world. India’s economy is six times bigger than that of Pakistan, India has more economic, industrial, and defense institutions.

Maldives

 

The Maldives is an island state in the Indian subcontinent and one of the most unique holiday destinations. The Maldives is famous for its landmarks including culture, ancient beaches, greenery also the Maldives has several beautiful water spots with adventure activities. 

Sri Lanka

 

Sri Lanka is an island country in South Asia. It is located in the Indian Ocean, southwest of the Bay of Bengal and southeast of the Arabian Sea and the current capital of Sri Lanka are Colombo. Sri Lanka is the biggest producer of tea production and is also famous for its cinnamon. 

Conclusion

 

Hope you have got complete information about the neighbour countries of India. Very often questions related to these were asked in competitive exams too, this article is about all those questions answers.

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