1. Rajasthan is a land dominated by palaces and temples. Its land area is so large that it can be compared to that of the Congo. Rajasthan, which was founded in November 1956, has a land area of up to 342,239 square kilometres.
2. Madhya Pradesh is the Republic of India’s second largest state. Geographically, it is located in the centre of India, hence the name The Heart of India. It has a land area of 308,252 square kilometres and can house up to 7.25 million people.
3. With a land area of 307, 713 square kilometres, Maharashtra is the Gateway of India and ranks third on this list. Because of its vast land area, Maharashtra is home to up to 36 districts in India.
4. Uttar Pradesh is known as the “Home of Powerful Empires,” with a land area of 240,928 square kilometres and 75 districts.
5. In terms of beauty, Jammu and Kashmir is one of the most beautiful states in India. It’s known as the “Land of Beautiful Valleys.” Srinagar is her summer capital, and Jammu is her winter capital.
6. Gir is a popular place to live in Gujarat. It covers an area of 196,024 square kilometres.
7. Karnataka is known as the “Land of the Rising Sun” and covers an area of 191,791 square kilometres. It is the location of 30 districts.
8. Andhra Pradesh, also known as the Rice Bowl of India, has a land area of 162,968 square kilometres and its capital is Hyderabad.
9. Odisha, the Land of Lord Jagannatha, was established in 1936 and has a land area of up to 155,707 square kilometres.
10. Chhattisgarh is known as the “Bowl of Minerals,” and it is India’s tenth largest state, with a land area of up to 135,191 square kilometres.