Hills Station in India: India has variety of hills and mountain all over the country spread from east to west and north to south. Himalayan mountains are spread in north and north-east of India while in south, south-west and south east Nilgiri Hills.
India is a country which occupies major landmass in the Asian subcontinent having various landforms starting from Jammu and Kashmir in the north to the Kanyakumari in the south and Gujarat in the west to the Arunachal Pradesh in the East. India occupies 7th place in the world covering 2.4%area of the entire world. The neighbouring countries of India are Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. All neighbour countries of Indian subcontinent lie in the Northern hemisphere only. The mainland of India extends from8°4′ north and 37°6′ north in length (latitudes), and between 68°7′ East and 97°25′ east in width (longitudes). Length of the country is 3214 km and breadth is 2933 km. Indian Standard Time is +5:30 i.e.: 5 and half hour ahead of GMT. Its varied geographical features make its destination that attracts all type of tourist for the various activities from all across the globe. The present module focuses upon the various mountain ranges of India which are very important from tourism point of view. Below are some famous hill stations of India state wise.
Jammu & Kashmir
Hills Station in India