Superlatives of India

The terms “Superlative” means supreme, extreme, etc. Superlatives are used when a speaker or writer is attempting to compare a group of three or more things.Superlatives are typically formed by adding to the end of the adjective or adverb that you are using to compare the items. However, words with multiple syllables sometimes sound strange when you add. So, superlatives can also be formed by adding “most” in front of the adjective or adverb.

We all stand with Geography of India. Superlatives are the cultural significance of India. Superlatives in India are related to ghati, rivers, lakes, famous buildings, roads, and states etc. These rivers and lakes are the beautiful nature of the world. Highest, smallest and Longest things in our india which makes our country amazing. Here, We have some Superlatives in India are given below:

Superlatives in India

SuperlativesLocation
Longest bridge above waterMahatma Gandhi Setu, Patna
Largest animal FairSonpur, Bihar
Largest AuditoriumSri Shanmukhananda Hall (Mumbai)
Largest LakeWular Lake, J&K
Highest DamTehri Dam, Uttarakhand
Largest DesertThar desert, Rajasthan
Largest Cave TempleKailashNath Temple, Maharashtra
Largest ZooVandalur zoo
Largest MosqueJama Masjid, Delhi
Highest PeakKangchenjunga, Sikkim
Largest DeltasSundarbans, West Bengal
Highest WaterfallKunchikal Fall, Karnataka
Highest RiverThe Ganga, India
Largest MuseumIndian Museum, Kolkata
Largest DomeGol Gumbaz, Bijapur, Karnataka
Tallest StatueVeera Abhaya Anjeneya Hanuman Swami, Vijayawada, Andra Pradesh
Longest Canal Indira Gandhi Canal, Rajasthan
Longest CorridorCorridor of Ramanathaswamy Temple of Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu
Highest GatewayBuland Darwaja, Fatehpur Sikri

The largest state in India is Rajasthan which covers 342,239 km and the smallest state in India is Goa with 3702 km. Whereas, Rajasthan is also known as the most colour coordinated state. The most popular city Jaipur of Rajasthan is known as “PINK CITY”, Jodhpur is known as “Blue”, Udaipur is known as “white”, and Jhalawar is known as “Purple”.

India is the home to the Himalayas as well. The tallest peak in India is the Kanchenjunga, with an elevation of 8586 meters above sea level. And the biggest lake in India is the Wular Lake in Jammu and Kashmir. It is a freshwater lake and gets its water from the Jhelum river. Surprisingly the largest saltwater lake is in Rajasthan, the Sambhar lake.

Moving on to the Indian transport, the railways and airports. The longest train journey is from Dibrugarh in Assam to Kanyakumari. The train covers some 4233 km and takes a little over 3 days of the journey. The longest railway platform in India is at Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh. The longest road in India connects Kolkata to Delhi, known as the Grand Trunk Road. The largest airport is Leh Airport, Ladakh.

India is a fairly religious country full of places with religious importance. The biggest temple in India is the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple. The biggest church is the Saint Cathedral at Goa. And the largest mosque is situated at Delhi, the famous Jama Masjid. All these are important landmarks in our country. India also has the largest public banks known as State Bank of India.

These all are the landmarks of our country. Similarly, Every Country has their superlatives which makes our country amazing and famous. These details are also helpful for competitive exams. Superlatives in India consist of all longest, smallest, highest things in terms of Achievement, construction, and about nature etc. Many countries, like the biggest country area wise, are Russia, and the smallest Country is Vatican city. Longest river in the world is the Nile, and the largest Amazon river is in Brazil. Biggest Museum in London, and biggest Library is the Library of Congress in the U.S.A. The world Tallest building is Burj Khalifa in Dubai. So, Every country has their own Superlatives in all terms.