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boundaries of india..

Answer / amutha

North - Himalayan hils
South - Indian Ocean
East - Bay of Bengal
West - Arabic Ocean

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boundaries of india..

Answer / arul the don

himalaya,bay of bengal,indian ocean,abrain sea

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boundaries of india..

Answer / guest

north himalayas
south indian ocean
east bay of bengal
west arabian sea

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Answer / gracy

north himalayas
south indian ocean
east bay of bengal
west arabian sea

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boundaries of india..

Answer / pakudi

north--himalayas
south--indian ocean
east--bay of bengal
west--arabian sea

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boundaries of india..

Answer / sabitha

himalayas,indian ocean,arabic sea,bay of bengal

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boundaries of india..

Answer / srnair

INDIA shares its land boundaries with Pakisthan and Afganisthan in the North west,Tibet ,Nepal and Bhutan in the north and Myanmar and Bangladesh in the east.

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boundaries of india..

Answer / jenifer

pakistan ,nepal, tibet, china, bhutan

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Answer / pragati

India shares its land boundaries with Pakistan and Afghanistan in the Northwest China Nepal and Bhutan in the north and Myanmar and Bangladesh in the East and our Southern neighbours across the sea consists of the 2 countries namely
the Sri Lanka and Maldives

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