6 Neighbouring Countries of India, International Boundary Lines

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List of Neighbouring Countries of India

The following is the List of Neighboring Countries of India:


Bordering State: Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab,  Jammu & Kashmir


Bordering State: Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand


Bordering State: West Bengal, Bihar, Sikkim, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand


Bordering State: Tripura, Mizoram, West Bengal, Assam, Meghalaya


Bordering State: Sikkim, West Bengal, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh


Bordering State: Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram

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List of International Boundary Lines between Countries

The List of International Boundary Lines between Countries are as follows:

17th Parallel

  • North Vietnam and South Vietnam

24th Parallel

  • India and Pakistan

26th Parallel South

  • Latitude which crosses through South America, Australia, and Africa.

30th Parallel North

  • 1/3  between the North Pole and the Equator.

33th Parallel North

  • Cuts through the southern United States, Parts of North Africa, Parts of Middle East And China

35th Parallel North

  • State of North Carolina and the state of Georgia, State of Tennessee, and State of Georgia and state of Alabama.

36030 Parallel North

  • Commonwealth of Kentucky and Tennessee between the Mississippi and the Tennessee River.

37th Parallel North

  • The southern boundary of the extralegal Territory of Jefferson.

38th Parallel

  • Latitude which separates South Korea and North Korea.

39th Parallel North

  • Separates North Korea and South Korea.

40th Parallel North

  • British Colony of Maryland Boundary.

41th Parallel North

  • The International boundary line between Wyoming and Nebraska and the Southern boundary of Wyoming with Utah and Colorado.

42th Parallel North

  • At the New York-Pennsylvanian Border.

43th Parallel North

  • State of Nebraska & South Dakota.

44 degree Parallel North

  • 44 degrees north of the equatorial plane.

45th Parallel North or Halfway Point

  • North Pole & Equator.

45th Parallel

  • The International boundary line between Wyoming and Montana.

49th Parallel

  • The International boundary line between the USA and Canada.

Radcliffe Line was drawn by Sir Radcliffe

  • The International boundary line between India and Pakistan.

Marginal Line

  • 320 km line of fortification built by France along its border with Germany before World War II, to protect its boundary from German attack.

Mannerheim Line was drawn by General Mannerheim

  • Line of fortification on the Russia Finland border.

Medicine Line

  • The International boundary line between the United States and Canada.

Hindenburg Line

  • The International boundary line dividing Germany and Poland.

Mason-Dixon Line

  • Line of demarcation between 4 states in the United States.

Order-Neisse Line

  • The International boundary line between Poland and Germany, running along with order & Beisse rivers adopted at the Poland conference.

Siegfried Line

  • Line of fortification drawn up by Germany on its border with France.

Durand Line is drawn by Sir Mortimer Durand

  • International boundary line between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Macmahon Line was drawn by Henry MacMahon

  • Demarcating the frontier of India & China.

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