Major Earthquakes in India


India Major Earthquakes Map

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List of Major Earthquakes in India

DateLocationMagnitude
June 16, 1819Kutch, Gujarat8
Jan 10, 1869Near Cachar, Assam7.5
May 30, 1885Sopore, Jammu and Kashmir7
June 12, 1897Shillong Plateau, Meghalaya 8.7
April 4, 1905Kangra, Himachal Pradesh8
July 8, 1918Srimangal, Assam7.6
July 2, 1930Dhubri, Assam7.1
Jan 15, 1934Bihar-Nepal Border8.3
June 26, 1941Andaman Islands8.1
Oct 23, 1943Assam7.2
Aug 15, 1950Arunachal Pradesh-China Border8.5
July 21, 1956Anjar, Gujarat7
Dec 10, 1967Koyna, Maharashtra6.5
Jan 19, 1975Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh6.2
Aug 06, 1988Manipur-Myanmar Border6.6
Aug 21, 1988Bihar-Nepal Border6.4
Oct 20, 1991Uttarkashi, up hills6.6
Sept 30, 1993Latur-Osmanabad, Maharashtra6.3
May 20, 1997Jabalpur,Madhya Pradesh6
Mar 29, 1999Chamoli District, Uttar Pradesh6.8
Jan 26, 2001Bhuj, Gujarat7.7

Last Updated on : 16/10/2013




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