Tamil Nadu Border

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Mata Amritanandamayi - Books and Publications
... Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Pondicherry, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andaman Island ... MAM also runs four homes for the elderly, one in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu, one in Kottayam, Kerala, and two in Karnataka (Karwar and Bangalore) ... Kerala adult education classes in Idukki, Kerala, and in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu and the Industrial Training Center (ITC) in Karungappally, Kerala ...
Geography Of India - Physiographic Regions - Mountains
... Everest on the Nepal–China border ... They form India's northeastern border, separating it from northeastern Asia ... Kanchenjunga—on the Sikkim–Nepal border—is the highest point in the area administered by India ...
List Of National Highways In India - State-wise List of National Highways ( Pre-rationalization Numbers) - Karnataka
... Route Length (km.) 4 ... From Maharashtra border - Nippani - Sankeshwar - Belgaum - Dharwad - Hubli - Haveri - Ranebennur - HariharDavangere. 75 km (47 mi) 13 ... From Maharashtra border - Horti - Bijapur - Hungund - Kushtagi - Hospet - Jagalur - Chitradurga - Holalkere - Bhadravati - Shimoga - Tirthahalli - Karkal - Mangalore 719 km (447 mi) 6 17 ... Ankola - Yellapur - Kalghatgi - Hubli - Gadag - Koppal - Hospet - Bellary up to Andhra Pradesh border 370 km (230 mi) 67 ... Gundlupet - Bandipur up to Tamil Nadu border 50 km (31 mi) 206 ... Tumkur - Tiptur ...
List Of National Highways In India - State-wise List of National Highways ( Pre-rationalization Numbers) - Kerala
... Route Length (km.) 17 ... Karnataka Border - Manjeshwar - Kasaragod - Kanhangad - Payyannur - Kannur - Thalassery- Vadakara - Kozhikode (Calicut ... Kotamangalam - Adimali - Devikulam up to Tamil Nadu Border 167 km (104 mi) 208 ... Kollam - Kottarakara - Punalur - Thenmala - Aryankavu up to Tamil Nadu ...

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