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States and Union Territories

The system of government in states closely resembles that of the Union. There are 28 states and 8 Union territories in the country. Union Territories are administered by the President through an Administrator appointed by him/her.

States and Capitals

  1. Andhra Pradesh(Amaravati)
  2. Arunachal Pradesh(Itanagar)
  3. Assam(Dispur)
  4. Bihar(Patna)
  5. Chhattisgarh(Raipur)
  6. Goa(Panaji)
  7. Gujarat(Gandhinagar)
  8. Haryana(Chandigarh)
  9. Himachal Pradesh(Shimla)
  10. Jharkhand(Ranchi)
  11. Karnataka(Bangalore)
  12. Kerala(Thiruvananthapuram)
  13. Madhya Pradesh(Bhopal)
  14. Maharashtra(Mumbai)
  15. Manipur(Imphal)
  16. Meghalaya(Shillong)
  17. Mizoram(Aizawl)
  18. Nagaland(Kohima)
  19. Odisha(Bhubaneshwar)
  20. Punjab(Chandigarh)
  21. Rajasthan(Jaipur)
  22. Sikkim(Gangtok)
  23. Tamil Nadu(Chennai)
  24. Telangana(Hyderabad)
  25. Tripura(Agartala)
  26. Uttarakhand(Dehradun)
  27. Uttar Pradesh(Lucknow)
  28. West Bengal(Kolkata)

Union Territories

  1. Andaman and Nicobar Islands(Port Blair)
  2. Chandigarh(Chandigarh)
  3. Dadra and Nagar Haveli and
    Daman & Diu (Daman)
  4. The Government of NCT of Delhi(Delhi)
  5. Jammu & Kashmir
    (Srinagar-S*, Jammu-W*)
  6. Ladakh(Leh)
  7. Lakshadweep(Kavaratti)
  8. Puducherry(Puducherry)