Demand for more Standard Timeline of India, in some states.As we know that the standard timeline of India is 82.5 ° east longitude, which passes through Naini near Allahabad, and rises through some other states. If we talk about the time gap, then in Arunachal Pradesh and the state of Gujarat, the time interval is about 2 hours. In such a situation, a separate standard timeline is being demanded by some states, especially the Northeast states. Although there are many other countries where there is more than 1 standard timeline, can there be a possibility in India? The time of 2 hours varies greatly, in this case even the states are correct.
The study of the books shows that there were three different standard times in India even during the British period, which were divided by the names - Bombay, Calcutta, and Chay (Tea) Baagaan.
If India also has more than 1 standard line like other countries, will it have its effect on the normal daily routine? Member. Please share your opinion.