(iii) Uttar Pradesh shares the longest land boundary with Nepal among the Indian states.
What is the boundary line between India and Nepal called?
The India–Nepal border is an open international border running between India and Nepal. The 1,770 km (1,099.83 mi) long border includes the Himalayan territories as well as Indo-Gangetic Plain.
|Length||1,770 kilometres (1,100 mi)|
|Established||1815 Treaty of Sugauli between Nepal and British Raj|
Which Indian state touches the boundary of China?
India and China share a 3,488-km-long border running along Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh.
Which state of India touches maximum country boundaries?
Length of International Border of different States
|State||International Border Length (KM)|
|Jammu and Kashmir||3176|
Which Indian city is near to Nepal?
Sonauli is a town area in Maharajganj district in Uttar Pradesh. It located on the Indo-Nepal Border and is a well-known and most famous transit point between India and Nepal. Sonauli is around 75 km from district headquarter Mahrajganj, Uttar Pradesh. 90 km from Gorakhpur, which is the nearest major city.
What is the name of border between India and Bhutan?
The Bhutan–India border is the international border separating Bhutan and India. The border is 699 km (434 m) long, and adjoins the Indian states of Assam (267 km; 166 m), Arunachal Pradesh (217 km; 135 m), West Bengal (183 km; 114 m), and Sikkim (32 km; 20 m).
|Treaties||Treaty of Sinchula|
How many states touches the boundary of Himachal Pradesh?
Himachal Pradesh Travel Map
The population of Himachal Pradesh recorded at 6,864,602 as per the 2011 census. It shares its borders with the Union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to the north, Punjab to the west, Haryana to the southwest, and Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh to the south.
Which is the boundary line between India and Pakistan?
On 17th August 1947 the Radcliffe Line was declared as the boundary between India and Pakistan, following the Partition of India. The line is named after Sir Cyril Radcliffe who was commissioned to equitably divide 4,50,000 km sq of territory with 88 million people.