Which is the Standard Meridian of India?
India's Standard Meridian, which runs through Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh at a longitude of 82°30'E, is regarded as the reference point for the nation's standard time. Instead of utilizing solar time or a locally selected meridian (longitude) to produce a local mean time standard, standard time is defined as the synchronization of clocks within a specific geographical region to a single standard time.
Every country has a standard meridian set so that it serves as the country's longitude center and that everyone there experiences the same time.
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