Tip | India’s 28 States and 8 Union Territories – From Andhra Pradesh to West Bengal

India, a union of states, is a Sovereign, Secular, Democratic Republic with a Parliamentary system of Government. The President is the constitutional head of Executive of the Union. In the states, the Governor, as the representative of the President, is the head of Executive. 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. From the largest to the smallest, each State/UT of India has a unique demography, history and culture, dress, festivals, language etc. This section introduces you to the various States/UTs in the Country and urges you to explore their magnificent uniqueness…

Source: KnowIndia – States and Union Territories
URL: https://knowindia.gov.in/states-uts/
Date Visited: 6 November 2020

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  1. Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre, Kolkata
  2. North Central Zone Cultural Centre, Prayagraj
  3. North east Zone Cultural Centre, Dimapur
  4. North Zone Cultural Centre, Patiala
  5. South Central Zone Cultural Centre, Nagpur
  6. South Zone Cultural Centre, Thanjavur
  7. West Zone Cultural Centre, Udaipur

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