Here is your short paragraph on India’s frontiers:
Encompassed between the Himalayas in the north, north-west and north-east, the Indian Ocean in the south and marshy Rann of Kachchh, vast desert of Rajasthan and fertile plain of Punjab in the west, India has both land and water frontiers.
India shares her 15,200 long land frontier with Pakistan, in the west and north-west.
Afghanistan in the north-west, China, Nepal and Bhutan in the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar in the east. India’s longest border is with Bangladesh while the shortest border is with Afghanistan as is indicated in Table 1.1. Figure 1.2 shows land frontiers of India.
Table 1.1 Length of India’s Border with the Neighbouring Countries:
|Name of the country||Length of border (in kilometres)||Percentage of total length of border|
|6. Bhutan||587 i||3.86|