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General Awareness play a vital role in all  Examination. we can expect Questions from different Topics.In Banking and other competitive exams like RRB, CDS, LIC AO, RBI, SSC, UPSC, FCI, UIIC, OICL, SBI Clerks and PO the questions on  Foundation Days of Indian States  are being asked. Here we have given Study notes on ” Complete List Foundation Days of Indian States ” for SSC CGL Examinations 2019-20 & other examination. Candidates those who are all preparing for the Examination can use this study material.

 

Complete List Foundation Days of Indian States

 

States Zone Capital Founded Year Official Languages
Andhra Pradesh Southern Amaravati, Hyderabad 1. Nov. 1956 Telugu
Arunachal Pradesh North-Eastern Itanagar 20. Feb. 1987 English
Assam North-Eastern Dispur 26. Jan. 1950 Assamese
Bihar Eastern Patna 26. Jan. 1950 Hindi, Urdu
Chhattisgarh Central Naya Raipur 1. Nov. 2000 Hindi
Goa Western Panaji 30. May. 1987 Konkani, Marathi
Gujarat Western Gandhinagar 1. May. 1960 Gujarati
Haryana Northern Chandigarh 1. Nov. 1966 Hindi, Punjabi
Himachal Pradesh Northern Shimla 25. Jan. 1971 Hindi, English
Jharkhand Eastern Ranchi 15. Nov. 2000 Hindi, Urdu
Karnataka Southern Bangalore 1. Nov. 1956 Kannada
Kerala Southern Thiruvananthapuram 1. Nov. 1956 Malayalam
Madhya Pradesh Central Bhopal 1. Nov. 1956 Hindi
Maharashtra Western Mumbai 1. May. 1960 Marathi
Manipur North-Eastern Imphal 21. Jan. 1972 Meitei, English
Meghalaya North-Eastern Shillong 21. Jan. 1972 English, Khasi
Mizoram North-Eastern Aizawl 20. Feb. 1987 English, Hindi, Mizo
Nagaland North-Eastern Kohima 1. Dec. 1963 English
Odisha Eastern Bhubaneswar 26. Jan. 1950 Odia
Punjab Northern Chandigarh 1. Nov. 1956 Punjabi
Rajasthan Northern Jaipur 1. Nov. 1956 Hindi, English
Sikkim North-Eastern Gangtok 16. May. 1975 English, Bhutia, Gurung, Lepcha, Limbu, Manggar, Mukhia, Newari, Rai, Sherpa, Tamang
Tamil Nadu Southern Chennai 26. Jan. 1950 Tamil, English
Telangana Southern Hyderabad 2. Jun. 2014 Telugu, Urdu[38]
Tripura North-Eastern Agartala 21. Jan. 1972 Bengali, Kokborok, English
Uttar Pradesh Central Lucknow 26. Jan. 1950 Hindi, Urdu
Uttarakhand Central Dehradun 9. Nov. 2000 Hindi, Sanskrit
West Bengal Eastern Kolkata 1. Nov. 1956 Bengali, Nepali, Hindi, Urdu, Santali, Odia  
 
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Port Blair 1. Nov. 1956 Hindi, English
Chandigarh Chandigarh 1. Nov. 1966 English
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Silvassa 11. Aug. 1961 Gujarati, Hindi
Daman and Diu Daman 30. May. 1987 English, Gujarati, Hindi, Konkani
Delhi New Delhi 9. May. 1905 Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu
Lakshadweep Kavaratti 1. Nov. 1956 English, Hindi
Puducherry Pondicherry 1. Nov. 1954 English, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu
Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar (Summer), Jammu (Winter) From 31 Oct 2019 Urdu
Ladakh Leh From 31 Oct 2019 Bhoti

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