Indian State Surrounding Three Countries
The word enclave is French and first appeared in the mid-15th century as a derivative of the verb enclave (1283), from the colloquial Latin enclave (to lock with a key).
- A portion of a state or district geographically separated from the central part by adjacent foreign territory is known as an exclave (one or more states or districts, etc.).
- Exclaves can be surrounded by the territory of many states, albeit not all are enclaves.
- For example, suppose A1 is a semi-enclave bordered by water that only touches C's territorial waters and is connected to C.
- Despite being an exclave of A, A2, which has borders with both B and C, it cannot be categorized as an enclave.
- Territory A3 is Territory A's exclave and Territory B's enclave. They are
- Sikkim - Bhutan in the east, China in the north, and Nepal in the west.
- West Bengal - Bangladesh to the east, Nepal to the north, and Bhutan to the northeast.
- Arunachal Pradesh - Myanmar to the east, China to the north, and Bhutan to the west
Which three countries surround the Indian state?
The 3 Indian states surrounded by three countries are Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, and West Bengal. These states connect Nepal, China, Bangladesh, Myanmar, and Bhutan.