List of Neighbouring Countries of India and their Capitals Presidents

List of neighboring countries in India are given in table below. India has different kind of relation with each neighboring country. The details of the connectivity with each country is described below. You can refer to all the information given below and remember it from your GK perspective. Countries Surrounding India are listed in table below-

Pakistan China Nepal
Bangladesh Bhutan Burma
Afghanistan Sri Lanka Maldives

For all the 9 countries, the link with Indian states and different locations are mentioned below. Neighbours of India have always kept a cordial relation with the country.

Pakistan: It is positioned in west to India. It has been divided from region of India only during the independence period in 1947. It touches the boundary with states like Rajasthan, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir and Gujarat.

China: It lies in North section of India where it connects to states like Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh.

Nepal: This is located in Himalayas and so is a cooler region. This place is known for the highest peak Mount Everest along with 8 other mountain ranges.

Bangladesh: This country has longest sharing region with India in the world. This is linked to states like- Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram and West Bengal.

Bhutan: The states from where it connects are- Sikkim, Assam, West Bengal & Arunachal Pradesh

Burma: This is situated in East Asia region of world along with coastline Bay of Bengal. The states linked are- Nagaland, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur.

Afghanistan: This is part of central Asia of world. It connects with other countries like China, Pakistan, Iraq etc.

Sri Lanka: This country is situated in southernmost region of India.

Maldives: It is in south- southwest part of India and is located in Indian Ocean- Arabian Sea area.

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