The Himalayan Mountain ranges are considered as the abode of the mountains, and the youngest and the highest mountain range in the world. The Himalayan Mountains extend up to 2,500 km in length. It stretches from Jammu and Kashmir in the north to Arunachal Pradesh in the east. The major peaks in the Himalayas are situated in the Karakoram ranges, Garhwal Himalaya and Kanchenjunga. Kanchenjunga, Nanda Devi, and Kamet are the highest Himalayan Mountain Peaks.

The Kanchenjunga is the highest mountain peak in India and ranked third highest summit in the world with an altitude of 8,586 m. The highest mountain Kanchenjunga is situated at the border of India and Nepal in the Himalayas range in Sikkim. Anamudi is the highest peak in the Western Ghats in India and also the highest point in South India.

Peak Range or Region State
Arma Konda Eastern Ghats Andhra Pradesh
Kangto Eastern Himalaya Arunachal Pradesh
Someshwar Fort West Champaran District Bihar
Bailadila Range Dantewada District Chhattisgarh
Sosogad Western Ghats Goa
Girnar Junagadh District Gujarat
Karoh Peak Morni Hills Haryana
Reo Purgyil Western Himalaya Himachal Pradesh
K2 Karakoram Jammu and Kashmir
Parasnath Parasnath Hills Jharkhand
Mullayanagiri Western Ghats Karnataka
Anamudi Western Ghats Kerala
Dhupgarh Satpura Madhya Pradesh
Kalsubai Western Ghats Maharashtra
Mount Iso Senapati District Manipur
Shillong Peak Khasi Hills Meghalaya
Phawngpui Saiha District Mizoram
Mount Saramati Naga Hills Nagaland
Deomali Eastern Ghats Odisha
Unnamed point on the Naina Devi Rupnagar District Punjab
Guru Shikhar Aravali Rajasthan
Kanchenjunga Eastern Himalaya Sikkim
Doddabetta Nilgiri Hills Tamil Nadu
Laxmidevipalli Deccan Plateau Telangana
Betalongchhip Jampui Hills Tripura
Amsot Peak Shivalik Hills Uttar Pradesh
Nanda Devi Garhwal Himalaya Uttarakhand
Sandakphu Eastern Himalaya West Bengal