States And Capitals Of India 2020: 28 States And 8 Union Territories

States and Capitals of India 2020: One of the important sections in any exam of General Awareness and one such topic which you will definitely see in this section is of “State and Capital of India”.  The General Awareness section is an important part of all  Government exams and scoring marks in this section is the easiest since no calculations and solutions are required. We wish you good luck for the upcoming Exams.

 

 

States and Capitals of India 2020

 

 

S. NoStateCapital
Andhra PradeshHyderabad Amaravati (proposed)
2.Arunachal PradeshItanagar
3.AssamDispur
4.BiharPatna
5.Chhattisgarh –

 

Raipur

 

6.Punjab and HaryanaChandigarh
7.Himachal Pradesh –Shimla
8.Jharkhand –

 

Ranchi
9.Kerala –Thiruvananthapuram
10.Madhya Pradesh –Bhopal
11.Maharashtra –Mumbai
12.ManipurImphal

 

13.Meghalaya –Shillong
14. 

Karnataka –

 

Bengaluru
15.Mizoram –

 

 

Aizawl
16.Nagaland –

 

Kohima
17.Odisha –Bhubaneswar
18.Punjab and Haryana

 

Chandigarh
19.Rajasthan –

 

Jaipur
20.Tamil Nadu –

 

Chennai
21.Sikkim –Gangtok
22.Telangana –Hyderabad (from June 2, 2014 – shared with Andhra Pradesh)

 

23.Tripura –Agartala
24.Uttar Pradesh –Lucknow
25.Uttarakhand –

 

Dehradun
26.West Bengal –Kolkata
27.Goa –

 

Panaji

 

28.Gujarat –

Gandhinagar

 

Indian States: Union Territories and Capitals

 

Union Territories Names

Capital

Andaman and Nicobar IslandsPort Blair
ChandigarhChandigarh
Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & DiuDaman
DelhiNew Delhi
Jammu and KashmirSrinagar (Summer)
Jammu (Winter)
LakshadweepKavaratti
PuducherryPondicherry
Ladakh Leh (summer) , kargil (winter)

 

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