Mountain ranges in the eastern part of India  forming its boundary with Myanmar are  collectively called: 

(a) Himachal 

(b) Uttarakhand  

(c) Purvachal 

(d) None of the above 


So, the correct answer is (C ): Purvachal

Explanation :

  • Beyond the Dihang river, Himalayas bend sharply to the south and spread along the eastern boundary of India. They are known as the Purvachal or Eastern Hills and mountains.
  • Purvachal comprises the Patkai Hills, the Naga hills, the Manipur hills and the Mizo hills.
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