It is the highest indisputed point in India. It is located in the Indian-Nepal border, and lies in the Taplejung district of Nepal and Sikkim in India. 1. Lowest Point in India. Kuttanad is the lowest point of India, lying at an elevation of 2.2 m below the sea level.
- 1 Which region has the lowest altitude in India?
- 2 Which is India’s southernmost point?
- 3 Where is Indira Col situated?
- 4 What is the northern most extent of India?
- 5 What is the lowest city in the world?
- 6 Why is Indira Point not visible today?
- 7 Which is the last point of India?
- 8 Can we visit Indira Point?
- 9 What are the four sides of India?
- 10 Is Siachen a part of India?
- 11 Which is the western most point of India?
- 12 How many states are there in India in 2020?
Which region has the lowest altitude in India?
The region has the lowest altitude in India, and is one of the few places in the world where farming is carried on around 1.2 to 3.0 metres (4 to 10 ft) below sea level.
|Kuttanad Kuttanadan Kuttanad|
|District||Alappuzha, Kottayam, Pathanamthitta|
|Elevation||−2.7 m (−8.9 ft)|
Which is India’s southernmost point?
Indira Point, southernmost point of India’s territory, is a village in the Nicobar district at Great Nicobar Island of Andaman and Nicobar Islands in India. It is located in the Great Nicobar tehsil.
Where is Indira Col situated?
|Location of Indira Col in Ladakh Show map of Ladakh Show map of India Show all|
|Elevation||5,764 m (18,911 ft)|
|Location||On the border between Chinese-controlled Trans-Karakoram Tract and Indian-controlled Siachen Glacier.|
|Range||Eastern Karakoram Range|
What is the northern most extent of India?
Northernmost Point – Located in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalayas, Siachen Glacier, near Indira Col, is the northernmost point in India. Southernmost Point – Indira Point in Great Nicobar Island in the Andaman Sea is the southernmost point of India.
What is the lowest city in the world?
1. Baku is the world’s lowest lying capital city. Believe it or not, Baku sits 28 metres below sea level, which makes it the world’s lowest lying capital city. (In fact, it is one of only two capital cities with an elevation officially below sea level, the other being Amsterdam.)
Why is Indira Point not visible today?
The Indira Point is situated in the Great Nicobar group of Island in Andaman Nicobar Islands. It is not visible today because it was submerged under the sea in the 2004 Tsunami. It was named after former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. It was renamed in mid-1980s in honour of Indira Gandhi.
Which is the last point of India?
|North (undisputed)||North of Kang La at the northern end of Miyar Valley in Lahaul and Spiti district||Ladakh|
|South||Indira Point on the southernmost end of Great Nicobar Island of the Nicobar Islands||Indian Ocean|
|South (mainland)||Cape Comorin near Kanyakumari||Indian Ocean|
Can we visit Indira Point?
Why Travel to Indira Point:
Indira Point is located on the Campbell Bay, a village which is also known as “Mini Punjab” because of a Gurudwara that is established there. However, reports state that it is also one of the very few places in the Great Nicobar that is open for tourists to visit.
What are the four sides of India?
Compass: North, South, East and West.
Is Siachen a part of India?
The entire Siachen Glacier, with all major passes, has been under the administration of India (currently as part of the union territory of Ladakh, located in the Kashmir region) since 1984.
Which is the western most point of India?
- Ghuar Mota in the Kutch region of Gujarat is the Westernmost point of India.
- It is located near the disputed Sir Creek and the Koteshwar temple, at 23.713°N 68.032°E.
- The village comes under the administration of the Narayan Sarovar panchayat.
How many states are there in India in 2020?
There are 28 states and 8 Union territories in the country. Union Territories are administered by the President through an Administrator appointed by him/her. From the largest to the smallest, each State/ UT of India has a unique demography, history and culture, dress, festivals, language etc.