Indian Geography on a Map

Can you name the cities, regions, archipelagos, seas, rivers, mountain and desert that are featured on the map of India?
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Last updated: December 10, 2021
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Jammu and Kashmir
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
Great Andaman
Bodies of Water
Arabian Sea
Bay of Bengal
Thar Desert
Level 70
Mar 24, 2018
Damn! I typed Laccadive. But great quiz, anyway!!!!
Level 70
Mar 24, 2018
I'm glad you enjoyed it! Laccadive for Lakshadweep? Hmm, maybe I will add that as a type in.
Level 75
Dec 20, 2021
It would be fair, I think. Nice quiz.
Level 70
Dec 21, 2021
Thank you! Laccadive is now an automatic type-in, so it should work across Jetpunk :)
Level 42
Jul 11, 2018
Good quiz
Level 27
Jul 12, 2018
The Laccative is a sea, not an archipelago,so it shoudn't be a type-in anyway.And also, you misspelled kangchenjunga as kanchenjunga
Level 60
Jun 9, 2019
Laccadive as no relation with Lakhswadeep but more type ins for Lakshwadeep is required. And for Kanchanjunga too
Level 68
Feb 15, 2022
Lakshadweep and Laccadive are exactly the same in many Indian languages - 100,000 islands. Also, Wiki states "Lakshadweep, also known as Laccadives.."
Level 77
Dec 9, 2021
Good quiz. I think that you have missed a "g" from Kangchenjunga.
Level 70
Dec 9, 2021
Thank you! I've corrected it now (the mountain can be spelt Kanchenjunga so that spelling will be the displayed name for now).
Level 57
Dec 10, 2021
UP for Uttar Pradesh?
Level 70
Dec 10, 2021
Sure my bad automatic type-ins weren't turned on before. Now UP, TN, etc.. will work.
Level 51
Dec 14, 2021
23/23, nice to see Bengaluru as the official name! A well-deserved spotlight from me!
Level 70
Dec 14, 2021
Many thanks for your support! :D
Level 62
Dec 22, 2021
Great quiz!

Just saying... very often non-Indians add 'A's at the end of the things. This is one of the inconsistencies when one translates from devanagari script to regular letters. For example, instead of Brahmaputra, most Indians would simply do Brahmaputr (which is how it should sound when its pronounced).

Level 70
Dec 22, 2021
Thank you! It is true that in Devanagari script many words contain a schwa-like 'a' sound when written, which may get dropped when spoken (yet retained when translated to English). I'm not sure about 'Brahmaputra', however, I haven't heard the 'a' sound being dropped in speech or writing. At least not when I was studying Hindi and Nepali.
Level 65
Jun 21, 2023
They have "A"s. Some North Indian languages remove it, but many Indian languages preserve the original pronunciation. So it's not a non-Indian thing. Assamese, the main Indian language where the Brahmaputra flows, keeps vowels in those positions, so Devanagari pronunciation isn't even as important in that region. Schwa deletion happen in some of the more western current Indo-Aryan languages.
Level 43
Jan 14, 2022
I can already hear Thread and AFC typing their paragraphs in the comments...
Level 40
Aug 10, 2022
Great quiz. It was impossible for me to write Lakshadweep, in spanish it is called Laquedivas.