What are India's Longitudinal and Latitudinal Extents?
The Indian subcontinent stretches from 37°6′ N in Kashmir to 8°4′ N in Kanyakumari, excluding its islands. The Bay of Bengal's (with its islands) 6°45′N is where the southernmost point of India is located. This latitudinal extremity's length from north to south is 3,214 km. From 97°25′ E in Arunanchal Pradesh to 68°7′ E in Gujrat, its longitude is defined by. This 2,933 km-long extreme runs from East to West. Its eastern and westernmost points are separated by a difference of 30 degrees, which results in a time difference of around 2 hours. 3.28 million km², or 2.4% of the planet's territory, make up all of India. From 82°30′E, the Indian standard meridian passes. Indian standard time is five hours and thirty minutes earlier than GMT.
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