List of International Boundary Lines of Major Countries

International Boundary Lines are geographic or political boundaries which divide two or more different places with some restrictions.

International Boundary Lines are

  • 16 Parallel North – Angola and Namibia
    17th Parallel ‐ North Vietnam and South Vietnam
  • 20 Parallel North – Libya & Sudan
  • 22 Parallel North -Egypt & Sudan
  • 24th Parallel ‐ India and Pakistan (not recognized by India)
  • 25 Parallel North – Mauritania & Mali
  • 26 Parallel North -Western Sahara (Africa)& Mauritania
  • 26th Parallel South – Africa, Australia and South America. ( circle of latitude)
  • 31 Parallel North – Iraq & Iran
  • 33rd Parallel north – the circle of latitude which cuts through the southern United States, North Africa, the Middle East, and China.
  • 35th Parallel North – State of North Carolina and the State of Georgia 
  •  Also Tennessee/Mississippi,  & Tennessee/Alabama, US
  • 36 Parallel North -In the US it Forms forms the southernmost boundary of the state of Missouri with the
  • 37th Parallel north – southern boundary of the historic and extralegal Territory of Jefferson.
  • 38th Parallel – North Korea and South Korea.
  • 40 Parallel North – Nebraska & Kansas, US
  • 41st Parallel North – the State of Colorado with Nebraska and Wyoming
  • the southern boundary of the State of Wyoming with Colorado and Utah.
  • 42nd Parallel north – New York  & Pennsylvania.
  • 43 Parallel North – state of south Dakota & State Nebraska
  • 45 Parallel North -Montana & Wyoming.
  • 49 Parallel North (Medicine Line) -USA and Canada
  • Blue Line – Isreal & Lebanon
  • Curzon Line– Poland & Russia.
  • Durand Line – Afghanistan & Pakistan
  • GreenLine -Israel with Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria
  • Hindenburg Line ‐ Germany & Poland
  • Line of Actual Control(LAC)  -India & China(Northern Border)
  • Line of Control  (LOC) -India & Pakistan
  • Macmahon Line – India & China
  • Maginot Line -France & Germany
    Mannerheim Line – Russia & Finland.
  • Marginal Line – France and Germany.
  • Mason Dixon Line – between four states in the United States.
  • McMohan Line – India & China
  • Medicine Line –Canada and the United States.
  • Order Neisse Line – Germany & Poland
  • Purple Line – Israel and Syria
  • Radcliffe Line – India and Pakistan
  • Siegfried Line -Germany and France.

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India Boundry with other countries

1. Bangladesh & India – Purbachal(operating zero line) :4096.7 km.
2. China & India – McMohan Line (3380 km)

It was drawn up by Sir. Henry MacMahon.

3. Pakistan & India– Radcliffe Line (3323 km)

It was drawn up by Sir Cyril Radcliffe.

4. Myanmar & India – Indo Burma barrier (1643 km)

5. Nepal & India – Radoliff Line (1236 km)

It was drawn up by Sir Cyril Radcliffe.

6. Bhutan & India – Indo-Bhutan (699 km)

7. AfghanistanIndia – Durand Line (106 km)

  It was drawn up in 1896 by Sir Mortimer Durand.

8. Srilanka & India – Palk Strait (30kms)

India with Pakistan(3,233 kilometres)

India Shares its boundary with Pakistan along the Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Gujurat.

India with Afghanistan :(106 kilometres)

India Shares its boundary with Afghanistan along the Jammu & Kashmir

India with China(3,488 kilometres)

India Shares its boundary with China along the Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.

India with Nepal(1751 kilometres)

 India Shares its boundary with Nepal along the Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Sikkim.

India with Bangladesh(4,096 kilometres)

India Shares its boundary with Bangladesh along West Bengal, Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram.

India with Bhutan(699 kilometres)

India Shares its boundary with Bhutan along Sikkim, Assam, West Bengal and Arunachal Pradesh.

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India with Myanmar (1643 kilometres)

India Shares its boundary with Myanmar along Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram.

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