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29 States & 7 UT List Area Wise In India- Largest & Smallest State In Country

India has 29 states and 7 union territories all over the country. Every state has its own culture, boundaries, religion, customs, laws, area, population etc. The areas of each state is being described in the below table which will surely help you somewhere in life.

S.No.

State Area (km2) in Descending order
1. Rajasthan 342,240
2. Madhya Pradesh 308,252
3. Maharashtra 307,713
4. Uttar Pradesh 240,928
5. Jammu and Kashmir 222,236
6. Gujarat 196,021
7. Karnataka 191,791
8. Andhra Pradesh 160,205
9. Odisha 155,707
10. Chhattisgarh 135,191
11. Tamil Nadu 130,058
12. Telangana 114,840
13. Bihar 94,163
14. West Bengal 88,752
15. Arunachal Pradesh 83,743
16. Jharkhand 79,714
17. Assam 78,438
18. Himachal Pradesh 55,673
19. Uttarakhand 53,483
20. Punjab 50,362
21. Haryana 44,200
22. Kerala 38,863
23. Meghalaya 22,429
24. Manipur 22,327
25. Mizoram 21,081
26. Nagaland 16,579
27. Tripura 10,486
28. Sikkim 7,096
29. Goa 3,702
S.No. Union Territory Area (km) in Descending order
30. Delhi 1,483
31. Pondicherry 479
32. Chandigarh 114
33. Andaman & Nicobar Islands 8,249
34. Dadra & Nagar Haveli 491
35. Daman & Diu 112
36. Lakshadweep

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Each state has defined area which is recognized for a particular state. This is an important section of General knowledge because this is a part of many competitive examinations. The students of each level should be aware of the area their state covers in km2.

Atleast the state with largest area i.e. Rajasthan and smallest state i.e. Goa should be known to all. The union territories are also detailed- area of which can be remembered as a part of general knowledge. General knowledge study material will include the area covered by each state in the India, How are the states divided in India, the capital regions, their languages etc.

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