What is highest mountain peak in India?
The highest mountain peak in India is the 'Mt. Everest'. The name Mt. Everest comes from the person Sir George Everest. It lies in the Himalayan mountain range or the Himalayas. It has a height of 8,848 m (29,029 f).
Kangchenjunga, which is the third highest peak in the world is located on the border of Sikkim, India and Taplejung District, Nepal. Its elevation is 8,586 m (28,169 ft). Anamudi, which is located in the Indian state of Kerala, is the highest peak in the western Ghats and South India. Its elevation is 2,695 m (8,842 ft).
Mt. Everest, which is slightly in India and slightly in Nepal. Mt. Everest is currently the tallest mountain in the world, at a height of 29,036.08FT (Feet).This answer is just wrong: Nepal is NOT India. The highest Himalayan peak totally within India is Nanda Devi, at well over 25,000 ft. The highest Himalayan peak bordering India (actually bordering semi-autonomous Sikkim, is Kanchenjunga, at just over 28,000 ft.