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How many state and union territory in India? Their Capitals, population, area and languages?

India is a democratic country in the continent of Asia, it is the 7th largest in the world in terms of area and the 2nd largest in the world in terms of population. There are 27 states and 9 union territories in India. Let us know how many states and union territories are there in India? Where is the state capital? What is the population of the state? What is the area? And what is the language of the state?


India is divided into 6 zones -

* Eastern India * Western India * Northern India

* Southern India * Central India * Northeast India


How many states are there in India, what is their capital, population, area and language?


There are 27 states in India-


Andra Pradesh -

 Capital of Andhra Pradesh -   Visakhapatnam

Population of Andhra Pradesh -

Area of ​​Andhra Pradesh -

Language of Andhra Pradesh -    Telugu

Arunachal Pradesh -

Capital of Arunachal Pradesh -        Itanagar

Population of Arunachal Pradesh -

Area of ​​Arunachal Pradesh -

Language of Arunachal Pradesh -

Assam -

Capital of Assam -              Dispur

Population of Assam -       3,12,05,576

Area of ​​Assam -                  78,550 km²

Language of Assam -        Assamese, Bengali,                                                    Bodo

Bihar -

Capital of Bihar - Patna

Population of Bihar - 10,40,99,452

Area of ​​Bihar

Language of Bihar - Hindi, Urdu, Bhojpuri, Bajjika, Maithili, Magahi

Chhattisgarh —

Capital of Chhattisgarh -          Naya Raipur

Population of Chhattisgarh -

Area of ​​Chhattisgarh -

Language of Chhattisgarh -

Goa —

Goa Capital -                        Panaji

Population of Goa-

Area of ​​Goa -

Language of Goa -

Gujarat —

Capital of Gujarat -               Gandhi Nagar

Population of Gujarat -

Area of ​​Gujarat

Language of Gujarat -           Gujarati, Hindi

Haryana —

Capital of Haryana - Chandigarh

Population of Haryana

Area of ​​Haryana

Language of Haryana - Haryanvi,

Jharkhand —

Capital of Jharkhand - Ranchi

Population of Jharkhand -

Area of ​​Jharkhand -

Language of Jharkhand -

Karnataka -

Capital of Karnataka - Bangalore

Population of Karnataka

Area of ​​Karnataka

Language of Karnataka

Kerala -

Capital of Kerala - Thiruvananthapuram

Population of Kerala

Area of ​​Kerala -

Language of Kerala -

Madhya Pradesh (MP) -

Capital of Madhya Pradesh - Bhopal

Population of Madhya Pradesh -

Area of ​​Madhya Pradesh -

Language of Madhya Pradesh -

Maharashtra -

Capital of Maharashtra - Mumbai (in summer), Nagpur (in winter)

Population of Maharashtra

Area of ​​Maharashtra

Language of Maharashtra - Marathi,

Manipur -

Capital of Manipur - Imphal

Population of Manipur -

Area of ​​Manipur -

Language of Manipur -

Meghalaya -

Capital of Meghalaya - Aizawl

Meghalaya Population

Area of ​​Meghalaya -

Language of Meghalaya -

Nagaland -

Capital of Nagaland - Kohima

Nagaland Population -

Area of ​​Nagaland -

Nagaland language -

Orissa -

Capital of Orissa - Bhubaneswar

Population of Orissa -

Area of ​​Orissa -

Language of Odisha - Oriya

Punjab -

Capital of Punjab - Chandigarh

Population of Punjab

Area of ​​Punjab

Language of Punjab - Punjabi

Rajasthan -

Rajasthan Capital - Jaipur

Population of Rajasthan

Area of ​​Rajasthan

Rajasthan language - Rajasthani

Sikkim -

Sikkim Capital - Gangtok

Population of Sikkim -

Area of ​​Sikkim -

Language of Sikkim -

Tamil Nadu -

Capital of Tamil Nadu - Chennai

Population of Tamil Nadu

Area of ​​Tamil Nadu

Language of Tamil Nadu

Telangana -

Telangana Capital - Hyderabad

Telangana Population -

Area of ​​Telangana -

Telangana language -

Tripura -

Capital of Tripura - Agartala

Tripura Population -

Area of ​​Tripura -

Language of Tripura -

Uttar Pradesh (UP) -

Capital of Uttar Pradesh - Lucknow

Population of Uttar Pradesh -

Area of ​​Uttar Pradesh -

Language of Uttar Pradesh - Hindi

Uttarakhand -

Capital of Uttarakhand - Garrasen (in summer), Dehradun (in winter)

Uttarakhand population -

Area of ​​Land -

Language of Uttarakhand -

West Bengal -

West Bengal Capital - Kolkata

West Bengal Population -

Area of ​​West Bengal -

West Bengal language - Bengali

Note: After the formation of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the number of states in India has come down from 28 to 27.


How many centrally governed states are there in India, what is their capital, population, area and language?


There are 9 Union Territories in India -


Andaman and Nicobar Island -

Capital -                  Port Blair

Population -

Area -

Language -

Chandigarh —

Capital of Chandigarh -          Chandigarh

Population of Chandigarh

Area of ​​Chandigarh

Language of Chandigarh

Dadar Nagar Haveli and Daman and Island -

Capital -                   Daman

Population -

Area -

Language -

Delhi -

Capital of Delhi - New Delhi

Population of Delhi

Area of ​​Delhi - 

Language of Delhi - Hindi

Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) -

Capital of J&K - Srinagar (in summer), Jammu (in winter)

J&K Population -

Area of ​​J&K -

J&K Language -

Ladakh -

Capital of Ladakh - Leh (in summer), Kargil (in winter)

Ladakh population -

Area of ​​Ladakh -

Language of Ladakh -

Lakshadweep -

Capital of Lakshadweep - Kavaratti

Capital of Lakshadweep -

Area of ​​Lakshadweep -

Language of Lakshadweep -

Puducherry -

Puducherry Capital - Ponducherry

Population of Puducherry -

Area of ​​Puducherry -

Language of Puducherry -


Zones of India

India is divided into 6 zones -

* Eastern India * Western India * Northern India

* Southern India * Central India * Northeast India


Zonewise State of India -


Eastern India -

* Bihar * Jharkhand * Orissa * West Bengal

Western India -

* Goa * Gujarat * Maharashtra


Northern India -

* Haryana * Himachal Pradesh * Punjab

* Rajasthan * Uttar Pradesh * Uttarakhand


Southern India -

* Andhra Pradesh * Karnataka * Kerala

* Tamil Nadu * Telangana


Central India -

* Chhattisgarh * Madhya Pradesh


Northeast India -

* Arunachal Pradesh * Assam * Manipur

* Meghalaya * Nagaland * Sikkim * Tripura

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