List of states and capitals of India with Union territories GK pdf
As we all know that India has 29 states and 7 union territories. But some has confusion over that. So here we have provided the complete List of states and capitals India 2015, which will definitely help for those who were preparing for competitive exams and bank exams like SBI, SSC, IBPS (PO, Clerk, etc.), railway exams and some other exams. Along with this we have also given the union territories and their capitals pdf. All this information is portrayed in alphabetical order, so you no need to search any states or capitals.
States and capitals and union territories of India
List of States and capitals India in alphabetical order are given below which is available in different languages, such as Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, English, Sanskrit etc. Current states and their capitals, of India in tabular form comprises of a new state Telangana which is formed from 2nd June, 2014. The details of this particular state and capital is also given here.
The following two tables give you the recent Indian states and Capitals which starts with Andhra Pradesh and ends with West Bengal, which has their capitals Hyderabad and Kolkata respectively. Andhra Pradesh and Telangana shares Hyderabad as capital, Tamilnadu capital Chennai, Kerala’s capital Trivandrum AKA Thiruvananthapuram, Karnataka – Bangalore, Maharashtra – Mumbai, Gujarat – Gandhinagar, Rajasthan – Jaipur, Madhya Pradesh (MP) – Bhopal, Jharkand – Ranchi, Odisha (Orissa) – Bhubaneshwar, Bihar – Patna, Chhattisgarh (CG) – Raipur, Goa – Panaji, Arunachal Pradesh – Itanagar, HP – Shimla, Jammu and Kashmir capital is Jammu during winter and Srinagar during summer season.
When you learn all these states and capitals properly, you can find the answer to the questions like How to remember, How to learn etc. Union territories of India are given below. Check that out.
The easy way to learn the list of states and capitals India is to study it in a tabular form. Study all these things and answer the questions about states and capitals of India.