India shares its border with seven countries- Afghanistan and Pakistan to the North-West, China, Bhutan and Nepal to the North, Myanmar to the far East and Bangladesh to the East.
|Neighbouring Country||Bordering States|
|Maldives||The south-west part of the Indian Ocean below the Lakshadweep Island|
What is the oceanic boundary of India?
On the south, India projects into and is bounded by the Indian Ocean—in particular, by the Arabian Sea on the west, the Lakshadweep Sea to the southwest, the Bay of Bengal on the east, and the Indian Ocean proper to the south.
Geography of India.
|Exclusive economic zone||2,305,143 km2 (890,021 sq mi)|
India is surrounded by Arabian Sea in West, Bay of Bengal in East and Indian Ocean in south. Including the coastal length of island territories and mainland it has coastal length of 7561.6km.
India has a land frontier of 15,106.7 km. The total length of the coastline of India is 7,516.6 km. India shares its border with seven countries namely Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, Bhutan, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Maldives and Sri Lanka.
Which country has longest coastline in Indian Ocean?
Explain. Answer:India has the longest coastline on the Indian Ocean.
Which countries have water frontier with India?
Pakistan, sri Lanka ,Maldives,etc.
Which country has a great coastline and it is name of an ocean after it?
Indonesia has the second longest coastline in the world at 99,083 km/61,567 miles. The country’s coastline is famous for its picturesque beaches and great diversity of flora and fauna.
Countries With The Most Coastline.
Which of the following countries has longest coastline along the?
World’s longest coastlines
Canada’s coastline has a length of 202,080 kilometers and is considered the longest coastline on earth. Canada is surrounded by three oceans: the Atlantic Ocean on the east, the Pacific Ocean on the west and the Arctic Ocean to the north.
Which country has long coastline?
Coastline: Canada’s coastline is the world’s longest, measuring 243,042 km (includes the mainland coast and the coasts of offshore islands). This compares with Indonesia (54,716 km), Russia (37,653 km), the United States (19,924 km) and China (14,500 km).