List of Indian states and territories by highest point

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This is the alphabetical list of the highest points of the Indian states and territories.

States[edit]

State Peak Range/Region Height Coordinates Source
Andhra Pradesh Arma Konda Eastern Ghats 1680 m
5,512 ft
18°13′41″N 82°43′23″E / 18.228°N 82.723°E / 18.228; 82.723 [1][2] It is the highest peak in the Eastern Ghats.
Arunachal Pradesh Kangto (shared with Tibet) Eastern Himalayas 7060 m
23,160 ft

27°30′54″N 92°18′54″E / 27.515°N 92.315°E / 27.515; 92.315

Kangto lies on the Arunachal Pradesh–Tibet border.
Assam Unnamed peak Dima Hasao District 1960 m
6,430 ft
25°19′17″N 93°27′10″E / 25.32135°N 93.4529°E / 25.32135; 93.4529 [3]
Bihar Fort Someshwar Sivalik Hills 880 m
2,887 ft
27°23′15″N 84°18′20″E / 27.3876°N 84.3055°E / 27.3876; 84.3055 [4]
Chhattisgarh Unnamed peak Dantewada District 1276 m
4,186 ft
18°39′53″N 81°13′33″E / 18.6646°N 81.2258°E / 18.6646; 81.2258 [5][6] The highest named peak is Gaurlata (1225 m).[7]
Goa Sonsogor Western Ghats 1022 m
3,353 ft
15°31′24″N 74°16′46″E / 15.5232°N 74.2795°E / 15.5232; 74.2795 [8]
Gujarat Mount Girnar Girnar Hills 1145 m
3,756 ft
21°31′41″N 70°31′38″E / 21.5281°N 70.527199°E / 21.5281; 70.527199 [9]
Haryana Karoh Peak Morni Hills section of the Sivalik Hills 1499 m
4,918 ft
30°44′37″N 77°04′37″E / 30.7437°N 77.0769°E / 30.7437; 77.0769 [10]
Himachal Pradesh Reo Purgyil (shared with Tibet) Western Himalayas 6816 m
22,362 ft
31°53′02″N 78°44′06″E / 31.884°N 78.735°E / 31.884; 78.735 [11] Reo Purgyil lies on the Himachal Pradesh–Tibet border.
Jharkhand Mount Parasnath Parasnath Hills 1382 m
4,482 ft
23°57′48″N 86°07′44″E / 23.9634°N 86.129°E / 23.9634; 86.129 [12]
Karnataka Mullayanagiri Sahyadri Hills section of the Western Ghats 1925 m
6,317 ft
13°23′28″N 75°43′16″E / 13.391°N 75.721°E / 13.391; 75.721 [13]
Kerala Anamudi Anamalai Hills section of the Western Ghats 2695 m
8,842 ft
10°10′12″N 77°03′40″E / 10.170°N 77.061°E / 10.170; 77.061 [14] It is the highest peak in the Western Ghats and highest in India outside the Himalayas.
Madhya Pradesh Dhupgarh Satpura Range 1352 m
4,435 ft
22°26′56″N 78°22′16″E / 22.449°N 78.371°E / 22.449; 78.371 [15]
Maharashtra Kalsubai Sahyadri Hills section of the Western Ghats 1646 m
5,400 ft
19°36′01″N 73°42′40″E / 19.6003°N 73.711°E / 19.6003; 73.711 [16]
Manipur Mount Tempü (also known as Mount Iso) Purvanchal Range 2994 m
9,823 ft
25°31′52″N 94°05′06″E / 25.531°N 94.085°E / 25.531; 94.085 [17][18]
Meghalaya Shillong Peak Khasi Hills 1965 m
6,447 ft
25°31′54″N 91°51′04″E / 25.5316°N 91.8512°E / 25.5316; 91.8512 [19]
Mizoram Phawngpui Lushai Hills 2165 m
7,103 ft
22°37′53″N 93°02′20″E / 22.6315°N 93.0388°E / 22.6315; 93.0388 [20]
Nagaland Mount Saramati (Shared with Myanmar) Naga Hills 3841 m
12,602 ft
25°44′31″N 95°01′59″E / 25.742°N 95.033°E / 25.742; 95.033 [21] Mount Saramati lies on the Nagaland–Myanmar border. It is the highest peak in the Naga Hills. (part of Purvanchal Range of the Himalayas)
Odisha Deomali Eastern Ghats 1672 m
5,486 ft
18°40′30″N 82°58′55″E / 18.675°N 82.982°E / 18.675; 82.982 [22]
Punjab Unnamed peak Naina Devi Range section of the Sivalik Hills 1000 m
3,281 ft
31°15′32″N 76°36′04″E / 31.259°N 76.601°E / 31.259; 76.601 [23]
Rajasthan Guru Shikhar Aravalli Range 1722 m
5,650 ft
24°39′00″N 72°46′34″E / 24.650°N 72.776°E / 24.650; 72.776 [24]
Sikkim Kangchenjunga (shared with Nepal) Eastern Himalayas 8586 m
28,169 ft
27°42′11″N 88°08′53″E / 27.703°N 88.148°E / 27.703; 88.148 [25] Kangchenjunga lies on the Sikkim–Nepal border.
Tamil Nadu Doddabetta Nilgiri Hills section of the Western Ghats 2636 m
8,648 ft
11°24′04″N 76°44′10″E / 11.401°N 76.736°E / 11.401; 76.736 [26]
Telangana Doli Gutta Deccan Plateau 965 m
3,166 ft
18°20′31″N 80°44′29″E / 18.34194°N 80.74139°E / 18.34194; 80.74139 [27]
Tripura Betlingchhip Jampui Hills section of the Purvanchal Range 930 m
3,051 ft
23°48′35″N 92°15′39″E / 23.809782°N 92.260971°E / 23.809782; 92.260971 [28]
Uttar Pradesh Amsot Peak[citation needed] Rajaji Range section of the Sivalik Hills 957 m
3,140 ft
30°22′47″N 77°41′11″E / 30.3798°N 77.6865°E / 30.3798; 77.6865 [29][failed verification]
Uttarakhand Nanda Devi Garhwal Himalaya section of the Western Himalayas 7816 m
25,646 ft
30°22′34″N 79°58′12″E / 30.376°N 79.970°E / 30.376; 79.970 [30]
West Bengal Sandakphu (shared with Nepal) Eastern Himalayas 3636 m
11,929 ft
27°06′22″N 88°00′07″E / 27.106°N 88.002°E / 27.106; 88.002 [31] Sandakphu lies on the West Bengal–Nepal border.

Union Territories[edit]

State Peak Range/Region Height (m) Height (ft) Coordinates Source
Andaman & Nicobar Islands Saddle Peak North Andaman Island 732 2,402 13°09′31″N 93°00′21″E / 13.1586°N 93.0058°E / 13.1586; 93.0058 [32]
Chandigarh Unnamed point Capital Area 383 1,257 [citation needed]
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Unnamed point Khanvel 424 1391 [citation needed]
Daman and Diu Unnamed point Diu Island 30 98 [citation needed]
Delhi Fort Tughlaqabad Delhi Ridge 319 1,047 [citation needed]
Jammu and Kashmir Nun Peak Western Himalayas 7135 23,409 33°58′51″N 76°01′14″E / 33.9809°N 76.0205°E / 33.9809; 76.0205 [33]
Ladakh Saltoro Kangri Karakoram Range 7742 25,400 35°23′56″N 76°50′56″E / 35.399°N 76.849°E / 35.399; 76.849 [34][35][36] Saltoro Kangri lies along the AGPL in the Siachen area.
Lakshadweep Unnamed point Agatti Island 15 49 [citation needed]
Puducherry Les Montagnes Rouges Red Hills 30 98 [citation needed]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

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  5. ^ Bailadila Hills, Dantewada district, Chhattisgarh
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  13. ^ Ganesh Prabhu (2014-03-19). "Udupi-Chikmagalur: A constituency that's beset by problems". The Hindu.
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  22. ^ "Deomali Peak in Koraput".
  23. ^ "GAZETTEER RUPNAGAR".
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  27. ^ "Wikimapia - Doli Gutta (965m) - Telangana Chhattisgarh border. Possibly highest point in Telangana".
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  29. ^ Mahesh Chandra Porwal (1997). Remote Sensing Analysis of Environmental Resources for Planning and Development. APH Publishing. p. 31. ISBN 978-81-7024-808-8. The northwestern portion has the greatest elevation having highest point at Amsot peak (957 m)
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  31. ^ "Sandakphu". Archived from the original on 2008-12-25.
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