Gujarat has the longest mainland coastline in India.
Which is the largest coastline in India?
The islands of Andaman and Nicobar had the longest coastline in India, amounting to a little over 1,900 kilometers, followed by Gujarat. The state with the smallest coastline during the measured time period was the union territory of Daman and Diu.
What is the largest coastline?
Coastline: Canada’s coastline is the world’s longest, measuring 243,042 km (includes the mainland coast and the coasts of offshore islands). This compares with Indonesia (54,716 km), Russia (37,653 km), the United States (19,924 km) and China (14,500 km).
Which state in India has more coastal area?
Gujarat – 1,600 km
Gujarat state has the longest Coastline in India, lies on the Kathiawar region and bounded by the Arabian Sea. The state is dotted with 41 sea ports and most amazing beaches of Gujarat includes Nagoa beach in Diu, Dwarka beach, Mandvi beach Devka beach and Porbandar beach.
Which state has no coastline in India?
State such as the Madhya Pradesh, the Jharkhand, and the Chattisgarh, the Himachal and Haryana and Delhi and Sikkim these states don’t have any coastal boundaries.
Which is the 29th state of India?
Telangana was created on 2 June 2014 as ten former districts of north-western Andhra Pradesh.
Which district has longest coastline in India?
Gujarat has the longest coastline in India which lies in the Kathiawar region of the state and is 1,600 km long.
Which country has no coast?
The next country is Liechtenstein in Central Europe. The country borders Austria and Hungary, which has the Adriatic coast until 1918.
List of Countries that Do Not Have Sea (No. 3 is Unexpected)
|10.||Central African Republic||622,984 km2|
|12.||South Sudan||644,329 km2|
Which is longest country in the world?
List of countries (and dependencies) ranked by area
|#||Country||% of world landmass|
|4||United States||6.1 %|