All About India

List of mountains in India

Posted on: November 10, 2009

Peaks

  • Anginda
  • Arganglas
  • Bambi Dhura
  • Bandarpunch
  • Blue Mountain
  • Burphu Dhura
  • Chandrashila
  • Changuch
  • Chaudhara
  • Chaukhamba
  • Chiring We
  • Chong Khumdan
  • Doddabetta
  • Gya
  • Gauri Parbat
  • Hardeol
  • Hathi Parbat
  • Jonglingkong or Baba Kailash
  • K12
  • Kalsubai
  • Kalanag
  • Kamet
  • Kanchanjenga ; highest in India
  • Kangyatse
  • Katphori Tiba
  • Mamostong Kangri
  • Mentok
  • Mount Abu
  • Mullayanagiri
  • Nagalaphu
  • Nag Tibba
  • Nanda Devi — second highest
  • Nanda Devi East
  • Nanda Gond
  • Nanda Kot
  • Nanda Pal
  • Mount Kamet
  • Nilkantha
  • Nun Kun
  • Panchchuli
  • Pandim
  • Plateau Peak
  • Rajrambha
  • Rimo I
  • Rishi Pahar
  • Saltoro Kangri
  • Saser Kangri
  • Sangthang
  • Sispara
  • Sinioulchu
  • Suj Tilla East
  • Suj Tilla West
  • Suli Top
  • Swargarohini
  • Trishuli
  • Trisul
  • Badrinath
  • Kedarnath
  • Yamnotri
  • Gangotri
  • moon peak
  • Kapilash
This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

[edit] Ranges in India

  • Aravalli Range
  • Annamalai and Cardamom Hills, Kerala
  • Camore Hills
  • Eastern Ghats
  • Garo Hills
  • The Himalayas
  • Karakoram Range
  • Khasi Hills
  • Jaintia Hills
  • Manipur Hills
  • Mizo Hills
  • Naga Hills
  • Nag Tibba Range
  • Nilgiri Hills
  • Patkai Hills
  • Pir Panjal Range
  • Purvanchal Range
  • Satpura Range
  • Shivalik Hills
  • Vindhya Range
  • Western Ghats
  • Matheran
  • Zaskar Range
  • Great Indian
  • Nanga Parbat
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