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. Sri Lanka (from the South-East) and Maldives (from the South-West) are two countries with water borders.
What are the natural boundaries of India?
Natural boundries of India are Himalayas in north, Bay of Bengal in east and south east, and Arabian sea in south west and west.
How many boundaries does India have?
Five international borders in India. Of course we all know about the India-Pakistan border at Wagah, but what about other international borders of India? India is surrounded by other nations, notably, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Pakistan, and China.
What is Mcmohan line and Radcliffe Line?
Radcliffe Line-Border line between India and Pakistan, and India and Bangladesh. The border between India and Pakistan was decided by Sir Cyril Radcliffe in 1947. … McMahon Line-Border line between India and China. This line was decided by Sir Henry McMahon in 1914.
What are three natural boundaries of India?
Natural boundaries are Himalayas on the North, Indian Ocean on the South, Arabian Sea on the West and Bay of Bengal on the East.
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.|
Who is divided India and Pakistan?
The partition was outlined in the Indian Independence Act 1947 and resulted in the dissolution of the British Raj, i.e. Crown rule in India. The two self-governing independent Dominions of India and Pakistan legally came into existence at midnight on 15 August 1947.
What is the name of line between India and Nepal?
The border crossing of India/Nepal is traditionally known as Sunauli. Sunauli is 70 kilometres of Gorakhpur and 3 kilometres south of Bhairahawa in Nepal. Technically, Sunauli is a place on the Indian side and the place on Nepal’s side is known as Belahiya.