DMPQ- Write an essay on the Land frontiers of India.

India shares her 15,200 long land frontier with Pakistan, in the west and north-west.   Afghanistan in the north-west, China, Nepal and Bhutan in the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar in the east. India’s longest border is with Bangladesh while the shortest border is with Afghanistan.




Some of the important international border point of india are as follows:

Wagah Border, Punjab (India – Pakistan)

This border lies on the Grand Trunk Road between Amritsar and Lahore.

Moreh, Manipur (India – Myanmar)

Also, known as the Indo-Myanmar friendship gate.

Nathu La Pass, Sikkim (India – China)

Nathula Pass is a mountain pass in Eastern Sikkim, on the Indo-Chinese border that serves as the trade link between India and China. Nathula Pass nestles at an elevation of 14,140 feet and ranks amongst the highest passes accessible by tourists via motorable road. The Old Silk Route through Lhasa, Sikkim and Eastern India used to cross through Nathula Pass. The other side of Nathula Pass is Chumbi Valley of Tibet.

Longewala, Rajasthan (India – Pakistan)

Standing as a border with Pakistan and is most known as the location of the Battle of Longewala during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.

Dawki-Tamabil, Meghalaya (India – Bangladesh)

Dawki or Dauki is a town in West Jaintia Hills district, Meghalaya, India.

Rann of Kutch, Gujarat (India – Pakistan)

Located in Kutch district this is another must visit border this republic, this seasonally marshy region is known for its beauty and connecting India and Pakistan.

Jaigaon, West Bengal (India – Bhutan)

This amazing border is situated at the country’s border with Bhutan and the Bhutan gate marks as the border between India and Bhutan.

Pangong Lake, Ladakh (India-China)

Known for it majestic beauty with the surroundings this lake extends from India to China connecting both these countries.

Sunauli Border, Uttar Pradesh (India – Nepal)

The Indo-Nepal Border is a well-known transit point between India and Nepal.

Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu (India – Sri Lanka)

This border is at the tip of Pamban island separated by mainland by Palk strait and shares the only land border between India and Sri Lanka.


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