Four North-Eastern States viz. Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram share international boundary with Myanmar. Both countries share a heritage of religious, linguistic and ethnic ties. Myanmar has a substantial population of Indian origin (est.
Inter-State Border Areas
- Assam-Nagaland – 512.1 Km.
- Assam-Arunachal Pradesh – 804.1 Km.
- Assam-Manipur – 204.1 Km.
- Assam-Mizoram – 164.6 Km.
- Assam-Tripura – 46.3 Km.
- Assam-Meghalaya – 884.9 Km.
- Assam-West Bengal – 127.0 Km.
What are the boundaries of Myanmar?
Geography of Myanmar
|Coastline||1,930 km (1,200 mi)|
|Borders||Total land borders: 6,522 km (4,053 mi) Bangladesh: 271 km (168 mi) People’s Republic of China: 2,129 km (1,323 mi) India: 1,468 km (912 mi) Laos 238 km (148 mi) Thailand: 2,416 km (1,501 mi)|
|Highest point||Hkakabo Razi 5881 m (19,294.62 ft)|
Arunachal Pradesh shares a 520-km border with Myanmar while Nagaland shares a 215-km border with the country.
Which state has longest boundary with Myanmar?
Nagaland shares the largest border area with Myanmar in India.
Assam is surrounded by Seven States: Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya and West Bengal.
Which district of Assam has international border?
Along the Indo-Bhutan International Border, a border road with a length of around 300 km from JAMDUAR in Kokrajhar district to SHIKARIDANGA in Udalguri district is being constructed. The executing agency is PWD (NH & Bldg.), Assam.
– To the east, it is bounded by Bangladesh. – To the northeast, it is bounded by the state of Assam. – To the south, it is bounded by the Bay of Bengal. – To the north-west, it is bounded by Nepal.
|State||Total Length ( approximately in Km)|
It crosses the Assam and Nagaland states to the south. It shares foreign borders with Bhutan in the west, to the east is Myanmar, and on the northern side is the disputed border with China on the McMahon Line.