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States and territories of India

India is a country with a rich and varied cultural heritage and is presumably one of the oldest civilizations in the world. The country is largely divided into Twenty Eight States and Seven Union Territories based on the diversity in culture and geography of the regions. The States and Union Territories are further subdivided into 602 Districts for administrative purposes. India is a union of twenty eight states and seven federally-governed union territories. All states, the National Capital Territory of Delhi and the union territory of Pondicherry have elected governments. The other five union territories have centrally appointed administrators. All states and union territories are subdivided into districts. In larger states, districts may be grouped together to form a division. A Union Territory is an administrative division of India. Unlike states, which have their own local governments, union territories are ruled directly by the national government. As of 2006, there are six union territories. Delhi was made the National Capital Territory in 1991 and has been granted statehood recently.

National Capital Territory
Delhi

States:
Andhra Pradesh | Arunachal Pradesh | Assam | Bihar | Chhattisgarh | Goa | Gujarat | Haryana | Himachal Pradesh | Jammu and Kashmir | Jharkhand | Karnataka | Kerala | Madhya Pradesh | Maharashtra | Manipur | Meghalaya | Mizoram | Nagaland | Orissa | Punjab | Rajasthan | Sikkim | Tamil Nadu | Tripura | Uttarakhand | Uttar Pradesh | West Bengal

Union Territories:
Andaman and Nicobar Islands | Chandigarh | Dadra and Nagar Haveli | Daman and Diu | Lakshadweep | Pondicherry

 
Northern India
Chandigarh Several buildings in Chandigarh were designed by the Swiss-born French architect and planner, Le Corbusier in the 1950s.
Haryana The seasonal and religious festivals glorify the culture of this region. The dance is said to be the mother of all arts. Music and poetry exist in tune, painting and architecture in space.
Himachal Pradesh Himachal is blessed with some of the most spectacular landscapes anywhere. Truly a travellers paradise, with mighty snow peaks, deep gorges, lush green and golden valleys, flower filled meadows, misty woods, fast flowing icy rivers, glaciers and enchanting lakes.
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu is justly famous for its temples. Infact, it is known as the city of temples and the every fame of its trends to overshadow its palaces, forts, forests and powerful Ziarats (shrines).
New and Old Delhi Timur, who was later succeeded by the Sayyid dynasty, followed the Tughlaq’s. The Lodi dynasty soon followed and the only interesting architectural features added by them were the tombs.
Punjab There is no dearth of breathtaking palaces,for Punjab was the seat of royality,as the imposing Quila Mubarak will tell you.
Rajasthan When India became independant in 1947 the Rajputs one by one were convinced to become part of the new India and signed away their lands and their lifestyles.
Sikkim Ruled by the Namgyal (Lepcha) clan since the 15th century, Sikkim lost much land to the British and to Nepal and Bhutan in the 18th century.
Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh is a land of cultural and geographical diversity, blessed by a innumerable tranquil expanses of meadows, perennial rivers, dense forests,
Uttaranchal The economic viability of the new state is worrying if anything in the present circumstances. Though it is endowed with rich natural resources, it is unable to tap them to its advantages.
 
Eastern India
Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal is home to 26 major and numerous minor tribes with rich cultural traditions. There are three kinds of religions practiced here.
Assam  Guwahati, the industrial and commercial hub of Assam is revered for its ancient Hindu temples.
Bihar Nepal binds Bihar on the north on the east by West Bengal, on the west by Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, and Orissa in the south.
Manipur The tiny landlocked state in the northeast dates back to the days of the epic Mahabharata and has been a valley of enchantment for centuries.
Meghalaya The pleasant hill station of Shillong derives its name from the deity Shillong or "Lei Shillong", which is worshipped at the Shillong Peak, 10-km from the main town.
Mizoram With the exclusion of a small portion lying in the plains, the entire state is full of ranges running in the north-south direction.
Nagaland Nagaland is spread over an area of 56,366 square miles and has a population of about seven lakhs.
Orissa Bhubanseswar, the capital of Orissa, famous as a temple town and a handicraft center, has, over the last decade, become an upcoming business center.
Tripura The reason Tripura is a different Northeastern state is dictated by its history. Tucked away in a corner of the northeast,
West Bengal Calcutta, the capital city of West Bengal, was the first port of call of the British East India Company.
 
Western India
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Dadra and Nagar Haveli is a Union Territory in western India. Run by a Lieutenant Governor, it has Silvasa as its capital.
Daman & Diu Diu Town is protected by the fort in the east and a wall in the west. Fishermen make daily trips from the north coast by wooden boats.
Gujarat The diverse ethnic groups represented in the Gujarati population may be broadly categorized as Indic (i.e., northern-derived) or Dravidian (southern-derived).
Madhya Pradesh At the heart of India, the magic of Madhya Pradesh lies in its exquisitely carved temples, proud fortresses and variety of wildlife.
Maharashtra The intricately carved caves of Ajanta, Ellora and Elephanta highlight the Indian heritage and the spellbinding Indian Culture.
 
Southern India
Andaman & Nicobar Floating in splendid isolation, cast of the Indian mainland is the archipelago of 572 emerald islands, islets and rocks known as Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
Andhra Pradesh This is a story of an ugly duckling turning into a swan. From one of the poorest and least developed Indian states to a computer-friendly one.
Goa The scenic capital of Goa, Panaji is located along the river Mandovi. Tiers of white washed red tile - roofed buildings rising up the hillside give it a Mediterranean flavour. Panaji is noted for its fine buildings.
Karnataka Andhra Pradesh in the East, Maharashtra in the north and Tamil Nadu and Kerala in the south bound Karnataka, “The Lofty Land”.
Kerala First settled in the 10th century BCE by speakers of Proto-South Dravidian, Kerala was influenced by the Mauryan Empire.
Lakshadweep Following the defeat of Tipu Sultan by the British, at Srirangapattanam in 1799, the East India Company annexed the islands.
Pondicherry While the Aurobindo Ashram is one of the reasons to see Pondicherry, there is another place that is a must see, Auroville the City of Dawn.
Tamilnadu Although Tamil Nadu is one of the most urbanized states of India, it is still a rural land; agriculture is the mainstay of life for about three-quarters of the rural population.
 
   
 
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