7 Largest ports in India
Jawaharlal Nehru Port (Nhava Sheva): Largest container port in India, handling a significant portion of the country's container traffic.
Mumbai Port: Oldest port in India, handles various cargo, including containers, bulk, and liquid cargo.
Chennai Port: Second largest container port on the east coast, handling diverse types of cargo.
Visakhapatnam Port: Major port on the east coast, handling bulk cargo and commodities like iron ore and coal.
Paradip Port: Handles bulk cargo, especially iron ore, coal, and fertilizers, serving industries in Odisha and nearby regions.
Kolkata Port: Historic port handling cargo like jute, tea, and other goods, situated on the Hooghly River.
Kandla Port: Largest port in terms of cargo handled, primarily dealing with bulk cargo and petroleum products.