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The country is also known as Bhārat (Bhārata) and Hindustān.
This Union Territory consists of a string of islands in the Bay of Bengal, lying between Myanmar and Sumatra. The capital is Port Blair.
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This state lies in the southeast of India, and is bounded by Orissa, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. The capital is Hyderabad and the principal language is Telugu.
The state of Arunachal Pradesh was formerly known also as the 'North East Frontier Agency' or NEFA. It is the most northeasterly of the states of India.
Assam is the most populous of the states lying to the northeast of Bengal. Most of it lies in the valley of the river Brahmaputra.
Bihar is a large and populous landlocked state in the lower Gangetic valley, with its capital at Patna. It was called Magadh in ancient times.
On November 15th, 2000, part of the south of the state was converted to a new state-Jharkhand.
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The Union Territory of Chandigarh lies between the states of Punjab and Haryana, and functions as the capital of both of them.
Chhattisgarh was formed in November 2000 from the eastern part of the territory of the old Madhya Pradesh state. It is bordered by Madhya Pradesh, Bihar (Jharkhand), Orissa, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. The capital is at Raipur.
Delhi is the capital of the Republic of India. It is one of the constituent states of the federal republic. New Delhi is a loosely defined part of greater Delhi.
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This category has links to schools of the country and web resources like directories and portals on Education within India. It also has a list of government organisations, NGOs, specialized institutes, and bodies / companies interested in education technology and distance education in India.
Goa is a state within the Republic of India, and is situated on its western coast. Formerly a Portugese colony between the 16th century and 1961, it was liberated by the Indian Army in Dec. 1961. This section aims at providing all web links pertinent to the Goan, the visitor to Goa and a casual enquirer about Goa.
The Government of India is a federal government based in the capital of Delhi. In addition, the states of India have their own legislatures and elected governments, which operate within limits set by the federal government. This category contains links relevant to the central and state governments of the country.
Includes General Interest online guides and directories on India.
Gujarat, is one of India's most industrialized states, in western India, covering an area of 196,024 sq km (75,685 sq mi). It has a fertile plain land in the south cut by several rivers, low hills in the west, and broad mudflats in the north that adjoin the Thar (Great Indian) Desert.
Haryana is a state bordering India's national capital, New Delhi.
Historically, the state is well known for the battles of Panipat and the ancient city of Kurukshetra.
The state has a mainly agriculture oriented economy, though recently there has been massive industrial growth.
This state was created in November 2000 from part of the south of the existing state of Bihar.
Karnātaka is a state in the southwest of India, with its capital at Bangalore. Its principal language is Kannada.
The state of Kerala lies the coastal southwest of India.
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This category holds links to all cities, towns, districts, states and other localities within India for which the Open Directory has categories. Click on an alphabet letter to see all place names starting with that letter.
This category is for English language websites that are directly relevant to Maharashtra or places within it.
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Maharashtra is a state of the Indian Union, in the central western area. Much of its territory was once called Maratha. Its capital is Mumbai (Bombay) and its principal language is Marathi. The people are often also called Marathi.
This category covers radio, television, newspapers, magazines, news services, movies and online versions of these media by Indian sources.
Pondicherry is sometimes written as Puduchcherri.
The modern Indian state of Punjab is situated in the North West of India. Its name is derived from the greater Punjab, which stretches across India and Pakistan, and includes Haryana and Chandigarh in India, and West Punjab in Pakistan. The name is derived from 'Panj' (five) and 'Ab' (river) meaning 'five rivers'. Punjab is also sometimes spelled 'Panjab'.
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The regions of India are 'unofficial areas of the country'; or areas larger than any single state or union territory.
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Sikkim the 22nd state of India, was a kingdom headed by the Chogyal till it merged with India in 1973. Now a prosperous state within the Indin Union, Sikkim is relatively tiny in size, around 40 miles wide and 80 miles long.Nevertheless, Sikkim is a treasure house of Flora and fauna, including 500 species of natural orchids and around the same number of Butterflies. Relatively new to the concepts of democracy, Sikkim is governed by an elected representative. Sikkim also is known as "Denzong" meaning Valley Of Rice as it is the first cultivable area south of the Tibetan Plateau. The third highest mountain in the world, Khan-chen-dzonga,is on the western fringe of Sikkim.
This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the communities of India: its people, its history, and the resources and institutions that serve the people of the country.
The state of Uttaranchal was created in November 2000 from the northern Himalayan region of the old Uttar Pradesh state. Its capital is at Dehra Dun, and it is bordered by Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Tibet, and Nepal.
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The Indian state of West Bengal is part of the Bengal country, the eastern part being the modern nation of Bangladesh. The majority of the Bengal country lies in the delta of the Ganga and Brahmaputra rivers.
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