India and it's neighbouring countries
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India And Its Neighbouring Countries
India has always been known as a peace-loving country.
India is situated in the southern part Asia at the head of the Indian ocean. It is the seventh largest country in the world. India is the only country after which an ocean Is named.
Our Neighbouring Countries
Relations with neighbouring countries
India championed the cause of peacein the world. Being a large intry,India has a long border and many neighbours with whom has traditionally maintained friendly and good-neighbourly relations.
Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan, or Jamhouri Afghanistan, is a landlocked country, located in Central Asia. Pakistan is to its east and south, Iran and Turkmenistan to its west, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan to its north. The country has a small border with India and China to the north-east.
Union of Myanmar, (formerly known as Burma) Myanmar,is located in East Asia, with a coastline along the Bay of Bengal. It is flanked by India to its east and Bangladesh to its west, China to its north.
Republic of the Maldives, lying about 675 km south-west of Sri Lanka, consists of more than 1200 small coral islands (199 inhabited), grouped in 19 atolls, in the northern Indian Ocean. The capital city of Maldives is Male, and the country has Presidential form of Democratic Government. The predominant religion is Islam.
People's Republic of China, or Zhonghua Renmin Gonghe Guo, is the most populous country in the world and the third largest in area. China is made of 22 provinces, 5 autonomous regions and four municipalities. It occupies most of the habitable mainland of East Asia. Two-thirds of the territory is mountainous or desert; only one-tenth is cultivated. The eastern half of China is one of the world's best-watered lands.