Bangladesh is a sovereign nation in South Asia that occupies an area of 56,980 square miles. Although it has several neighboring nations such as Nepal, China, and Bhutan, the country shares its land border with only two countries, India and Myanmar.
How many borders are there between India and Bangladesh?
The Bangladeshi divisions of Mymensingh, Khulna, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Sylhet, and Chittagong are situated along the border. A number of pillars mark the border between the two states.
|Length||4,156 km (2,582 mi)|
India shares a 4,096-km-long border with Bangladesh which touches Assam, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya and West Bengal.
– In the north it is bounded by the state of Sikkim and the country of Bhutan. – To the North-East, it is bounded by the state of Assam. – To the East, it is bounded by the country of Bangladesh. – To the South, it is bounded by the Bay of Bengal.
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How many Indian Muslims are in Bangladesh?
A census carried out in 2001 by the Indian government estimated there were 3.1 million Bangladeshis residing in India, based on place of birth and place of last residence. A different 2009 estimate claimed that there were 15 million Bangladeshis who had taken residence in the country.
How many borders does India have?
India has 15,106 kilometers of land borders and a coastline of about 7,516 kilometers. Only 5 out of 29 Indian states have no international border or coastal line. Those long borders are shared with seven countries — China, Pakistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Nepal and Bangladesh.
Afghanistan have the shortest boundary with India.
What is the border line between India and Nepal called?
The India–Nepal border is an open international border running between India and Nepal. The 1,770 km (1,099.83 mi) long border includes the Himalayan territories as well as Indo-Gangetic Plain.
|Length||1,770 kilometres (1,100 mi)|
|Established||1815 Treaty of Sugauli between Nepal and British Raj|