Amindivi Islands

A·min·di·vi Islands

 (ä′mĭn-dē′vē)
A group of islands in the Arabian Sea off the southwest coast of India, part of the Indian union territory of Lakshadweep.
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A′min•di′vi Is′lands

(ˈɑ mɪnˈdi vi, ˌɑ mɪn-)
n.pl.
a group of islands in the NE Laccadive Islands. 3.75 sq. mi. (9.71 sq. km).
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The States Reorganisation Act of 1956, however, went beyond the SRC recommendation and established Laccadive (now Lakshadweep), Minicoy and Amindivi Islands, Himachal Pradesh and Tripura as Union Territories and established in total 14 states.