What is the difference between India and Pakistan?
- RainLv 72 months ago
Geography of India and Pakistan
India ‘“ occupies most of the subcontinent with territory stretching from Conchin on the Indian Ocean all the way to Srinagar in the Himalayas. To the west it abuts Pakistan in the Rajasthani desert and in the east it encircles Bangladesh and touches Burma. The total square mileage of India is 1,269,221.
Pakistan ‘“ used to have territory on both the east and west sides of India. It lost its eastern territory in 1971, which was then renamed Bangladesh. Pakistan now is the slice of arid land between India and Afghanistan with 340,403 square miles to its name.
- 3 months ago
India starts with an "I" and Pakistan starts with a "P".
- Bill-MLv 73 months ago
Two different countries. One is Muslim (Pakistan) and the other Hindu (India).
- MARKLv 73 months ago
India and Pakistan are two different sovereign states found in South India. I shall be happy to furnish you with a list of their many differences if you first provide a comprehensive list of the differences between the United Mexican States and the United States of America.
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- StarryskyLv 73 months ago
Oh, the countries? That is much more complicated.
- PhilLv 63 months ago
India is a secular republic and Pakistan is a Muslim republic.
They both were part of British India until 14-15 of August 1947 when they were partitioned/ separated and given Independence.
There are regions they still dispute like in the mountains of Jammu and Kashmir.
- lenpol7Lv 73 months ago
They are two sovereign nations, with a common international boarder.
Each has its own Head of State, a President'. Each has its own capital city ; Islamabad (Pakistan) , New Delhi (India).
They have been in a 'Cold' war with each other for years.
They have different religions ; Islam (Pakistan), and Hinduism (India).
- JimLv 73 months ago
the ethnic makeup
the type of vegetation
the nuclear capacity
just about everything