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List of Indian states and territories by highest point

This is a list of the highest points of the Indian states and territories, ranked by highest point.

States

State Peak Range/Region Height (m) Height (ft) Coordinates Source
Andhra Pradesh Arma Konda Eastern Ghats 1,680 5,512 [1][2]
Arunachal Pradesh (shared with Tibet) Kangto Eastern Himalaya 7,090 23,261 Kangto lies on the Arunachal-Tibet border.
Assam Thumjang (Jhingtubum) Dima Hasao district 1,866 6,122 [3][4][5]
Bihar Someshwar Fort West Champaran district 880 2,887 [6]
Chhattisgarh Bailadila Range Dantewada District 1,276 4,186 [7][8]
Goa Sosogad Western Ghats 1,022 3,353 [9]
Gujarat Girnar Junagadh District 1,145 3,756 [10]
Haryana Karoh Peak Morni Hills 1,499 4,918 [11]
Himachal Pradesh Reo Purgyil Western Himalaya 6,816 22,363 [12]
Jammu and Kashmir (claimed) K2 Karakoram 8,611 28,251 [13] K2 lies in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, which is claimed by India.
Jammu and Kashmir (administered) Saltoro Kangri Karakoram 7,742 25,400 [13][14][15]
Jharkhand Parasnath Parasnath Hills 1,366 4,482 [16]
Karnataka Mullayanagiri Western Ghats 1,925 6,317 [17]
Kerala Anamudi Western Ghats 2,695 8,842 [18]
Madhya Pradesh Dhupgarh Satpura 1,350 4,429 [19]
Maharashtra Kalsubai Western Ghats 1,646 5,400 [20]
Manipur Mount Iso (Tenipu) Senapati District 2,994 9,823 [21][22]
Meghalaya Shillong Peak Khasi Hills 1,965 6,447 [23]
Mizoram Phawngpui Chhimtuipui District 2,165 7,103 [24]
Nagaland Mount Saramati Naga Hills 3,841 12,602 [25]
Odisha Deomali Eastern Ghats 1,672 5,486 [26]
Punjab Naina Devi range Rupnagar District 1,000 3,281 [27]
Rajasthan Guru Shikhar Aravali 1,722 5,650 [28]
Sikkim Kangchenjunga Eastern Himalaya 8,598 28,208 [29]
Tamil Nadu Doddabetta Nilgiri Hills 2,636 8,648 [30]
Telangana Lakshmidevipalli Deccan Plateau 670 2,198 [31]
Tripura Betalongchhip Jampui Hills 1,097 3,600 [32]
Uttar Pradesh Amsot Peak Shivalik Hills 957 3,140 [33]
Uttarakhand Nanda Devi Garhwal Himalaya 7,816 25,646 [34]
West Bengal Sandakphu Eastern Himalaya 3,636 11,929 [35]

Union Territories

State Peak Range/Region Height (m) Height (ft) Coordinates Source
Andaman & Nicobar Islands Saddle Peak North Andaman 732 2,402 [36]
Chandigarh Unnamed Point Capital Area 383 1,257
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Unnamed Point Amboli 278 912
Daman and Diu Unnamed Point Diu 30 98
Delhi Unnamed Point Tughlaqabad 319 1,047
Lakshadweep Unnamed Point Agatti Island 15 49
Puducherry Les Montagnes Rouges Red Hills 30 98

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References

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  2. ^ The britannica Quiqmaster
  3. ^ "Assam Hills". ENVIS Centre on Himalayan Ecology. Retrieved 2014-10-14. 
  4. ^ "Assam Hills". ENVIS Centre on Himalayan Ecology. Retrieved 2014-03-07. 
  5. ^ "Dima Hasao District". Retrieved 2014-10-14. 
  6. ^ Fort Sumeshwar, West Champaran district, Bihar
  7. ^ Bailadila Hills, Dantewada district, Chhattisgarh
  8. ^ National Mineral Development Corporation, Dantewada district, Chhattisgarh
  9. ^ "The tiger in the tale". The Times of India. 2011-12-12. 
  10. ^ Background Information about the State of Gujarat, dgfasli.nic.in
  11. ^ Bijender K Punia (1994). Tourism Management: Problems and Prospects. APH Publishing. pp. 21–.  
  12. ^ "Famous peaks in Himachal Pradesh". 
  13. ^ a b "Saltoro Kangri, Pakistan/India". Peakbagger.com. 
  14. ^ "Top 10 highest Himalaya mountain peaks in India". 
  15. ^ "Top 10 highest peaks of India". 
  16. ^ "Parasnath". 
  17. ^ Ganesh Prabhu (2014-03-19). "Udupi-Chikmagalur: A constituency that’s beset by problems". The Hindu. 
  18. ^ "Anai Mudi". Peakbagger.com. 
  19. ^ M.S. Kohli (2002). Mountains of India: Tourism, Adventure and Pilgrimage. Indus Publishing. p. 39.  
  20. ^ "Kalsubai". 
  21. ^ "Hills Of Manipur". 
  22. ^ "Manipur Tourism District:Senapati". 
  23. ^ The Rough Guide to India. Rough Guides. 1 October 2013. pp. 963–.  
  24. ^ "Phawngpui, Mizoram". 
  25. ^ "Saramati". Peakbagger.com. 
  26. ^ "Deomali Peak in Koraput". 
  27. ^ "GAZETTEER RUPNAGAR". 
  28. ^ "Guru Shikhar, Mount Abu". 
  29. ^ "Kangchenjunga - Peakware". 
  30. ^ "A Beautiful Green Hills". 
  31. ^ "KCR promises 100% irrigation in Telangana". The Hindu. 2014-06-14. 
  32. ^ "Betalongchhip in India". 
  33. ^ Amsot Peak, Saharanpur district, Uttar Pradesh
  34. ^ "Nanda Devi - Peakware". 
  35. ^ "Sandakphu". 
  36. ^ "Saddle Peak -- Britannica". 
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