How many states have coastline in India?

Indian coastline touches nine states– Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, West Bengal and two union territories– Daman and Diu and Puducherry.

Which state has no coastline in India?

State such as the Madhya Pradesh, the Jharkhand, and the Chattisgarh, the Himachal and Haryana and Delhi and Sikkim these states don’t have any coastal boundaries.

Which state of India has its own flag?

The state of Jammu and Kashmir had an officially recognised state flag between 1952 and 2019 under the special status granted to the state by Article 370 of the Constitution of India. The flag was red with a plough in the centre. The red background stood for labour and the plough stood for agriculture.

Which Indian state is having no industries?

The following is a List of Indian States That Have The Least Number of Industries.


S.No. States With Least Number Of Industries
1 Manipur
2 Meghalaya
3 Mizoram
4 Bihar

What states do not have a coastline?

Connecticut, located on the Long Island Sound, also has no actual coastline facing the Atlantic Ocean. While Vermont is located in the eastern part of the United States, it does not have coastal access to the Atlantic.

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