|Land Border Country||Length (m) and (mi)||Comments|
|China||3,488 kilometres (2,167 mi)||Also see McMahon Line.|
|Myanmar||1,458 kilometres (906 mi)||Also see India-Myanmar barrier|
|Nepal||1,752 kilometres (1,089 mi)||Open border.|
|Pakistan||3,310 kilometres (2,060 mi)||Also see Radcliffe Line, Operation Meghdoot and Sir Creek.|
What is the name of Indian border?
Boundary line between India and Afghanistan demarcated by Sir Mortimer Durand, a British diplomat in the year 1896 is known as the Durand Line. It separated British India and Afghanistan.
What is the name of line between India and Nepal?
The India–Nepal border is an open international border running between India and Nepal. The 1,770 km (1,099.83 mi) long border includes the Himalayan territories as well as Indo-Gangetic Plain.
|Length||1,770 kilometres (1,100 mi)|
|Established||1815 Treaty of Sugauli between Nepal and British Raj|
What is the name of border between India and Sri Lanka?
Later in November, India and Sri Lanka signed another agreement to extend the maritime boundary in the Gulf of Mannar.
India–Sri Lanka maritime boundary agreements.
|India-Sri Lanka maritime boundaries Bay of Bengal Boundary Palk Bay Boundary Gulf of Mannar Boundary|
|Parties||India Sri Lanka|
Is Burma a Hindu country?
Hinduism is practised by 0.5% of the population of Myanmar. Hinduism is practised by about 252,763 people in Myanmar, and has been influenced by elements of Buddhism, with many Hindu temples in Myanmar housing statues of the Buddha.
Population by State/Region.
|State/Region||Percent of Hindus|
Which mountain is present between India and Myanmar?
From north to south, the Patkai Range, Naga Hills, and Chin Hills form the border between India and Myanmar. To the south of these are the Rakhine Mountains (Arakan Mountains), which lie entirely within Myanmar and separate the coastal strip from the central basin.
What is the name of boundary?
Important International Borders
|Name of Lines/Boundaries||Between|
|Hindenburg Line||Poland and Germany|
|McMahon Line||China and India|
|Maginot Line||Germany and France|