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Agra - a city in northern India; it is south of New Delhi.|
Amritsar - a city in northern India, north of New Delhi.
Bangalore - a city in southern India, north of Tuticorin.
Chennai (Madras) - a city on the southeast coast of India; it is east of Bangalore.
Hyderabad - an Indian city that is north of Bangalore and south of Agra.
Kandla - city on the west coast of India, near Pakistan.
Kolkata (Calcutta) - a city on the east coast of India, near Bangladesh.
Mumbai (Bombay) - a city on the west coast of India.
New Delhi - the capital city of India; it is in northern India.
Tuticorin - a city in southern India.
Himalaya Mountains - a chain of very tall mountains to the north of India.
Arabian Sea - a sea to the west of India.
Bay of Bengal - the Bay on the east coast of India.
Ganges River - the largest river in India; it flows from the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal.
Indian Ocean - the ocean to the south of India.
Afghanistan - a country northwest of Pakistan.
Bangladesh - a country that borders India to the east; it is south of the eastern portion of India.
Bhutan - a small country that borders India to the north; Bhutan is east of Nepal and south of China.
China - a large country that borders India to the north.
Myanmar (Burma) - a country that borders India to the east.
Nepal - a country that borders India to the north; Nepal is west of Bhutan and south of China.
Pakistan - a country that borders India to the northwest.
Sri Lanka - an island country off the southeast coast of India.
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