- Andhra Pradesh
- Himachal Pradesh
How many of the above are generally known as tea-producing States?
(a) Only one State
(b) Only two States
(c) Only three States
(d) All four States
All four of the states mentioned in the question are generally known as tea-producing states in India.
- Andhra Pradesh: Tea cultivation in Andhra Pradesh started in the early 19th century, and the state is now the ninth largest tea producer in India. The major tea-growing regions in Andhra Pradesh are Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, and Visakhapatnam districts.
- Kerala: Kerala is one of the oldest tea-producing states in India, with tea cultivation dating back to the early 19th century. The state is now the fourth largest tea producer in India. The major tea-growing regions in Kerala are Idukki, Wayanad, and Ernakulam districts.
- Himachal Pradesh: Himachal Pradesh is a relatively smaller tea producer, but the state’s tea is known for its high quality. The major tea-growing regions in Himachal Pradesh are Kangra, Shimla, and Mandi districts.
- Tripura: Tripura is a small northeastern state that is known for its green tea. The state is now the tenth largest tea producer in India. The major tea-growing regions in Tripura are Dharmanagar, Udaipur, and Kamalpur districts.
Learn more about tea production in India:
- India is the second largest tea producer in the world, after China.
- The major tea-producing states in India are Assam, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Himachal Pradesh.
- India produces a wide variety of teas, including black tea, green tea, and white tea.
- Indian tea is exported to all over the world, and is known for its high quality and flavor.