Gujarat- Gujarat has the longest coastline in India along its kathiawar region. The length of the Gujarat coastline is about 1600 km surrounded by the Arabian sea.
Which state has the longest coastal area?
Gujarat is the largest mainland coastline in India. The entire length of India’s coastline is 7516.6 kilometres. The Arabian sea spreads most of its coastline in Gujarat.
How many states have coastal area in India?
India’s coastline touches nine states-Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, West Bengal State, and two joint territories-Dammam, Diu, and Puducherry.
Which is India’s second longest coastline?
The length of the coastline is 974 km along with the Coromandel Coast between the Eastern Ghats and Bay of Bengal.
Which state in India has no river?
List of Indian States That Have The Least Number of Rivers.
|S.No.||States With Least Numbers of Rivers|
Which state has the largest coastline in South India?
The length of the coastline in India is 7516.6 km. Out of 7516.6 km, Mainland consists of 5422.6 km and Island Territories consists of 2094 km. Gujarat has the largest coastline in India. Andra Pradesh has the longest coastline in South India.
Which state in India has most villages?
It is also observed that among the States Bihar tops the list which has 1,129 inhabited villages followed by Kerala and Uttar Pradesh which have 797 and 545 in inhabited villages respectively in 2011 Census.
Which Indian state is longest?
Area of India : 3,287,240 Sq km.*
|Largest State||Rajasthan||342,239 Sq km|
|Smallest State||Goa||3,702 Sq km|
|Largest Union Territory||Andaman & Nicobar Islands||8,249 Sq km|
|Smallest Union Territory||Lakshadweep||32 Sq km|
|Largest District||Kachchh (Gujarat)||45,652 Sq km|
Which state has fourth largest coastline in India?
- Andhra Pradesh has the second-longest coastline in India. …
- Tamil Nadu is the third largest coastline in India and is known as the Coromandel Coast. …
- Maharashtra has the fourth largest coastline of 720 km and is known as Konkan Coast.
Which is the longest beach in India?
Marina beach in Chennai along the Bay of Bengal is India’s longest and world’s second longest beach. This predominantly sandy of nearly 12 kilometers extends from Beasant Nagar in the south to Fort St. George in the north.