1. Kangchenjunga – (8586 m, 28169 ft), (Rank 3rd) Sikkim, India
The Kangchenjunga is the highest mountain peak in India and ranked 3rd highest summit in the world with an elevation of 8,586 m (28,169 ft). The highest mountain Kangchenjunga is located at the border of India and Nepal in the great Himalayas range, Sikkim. The name Kanchenjunga is derived from the Tibetan words, ‘Kanchen’ and ‘Dzonga’, meaning ‘Five Treasuries of the Great Snow’, as it contains five peaks and the region has twelve more peaks over 7,000 m (23,000 ft).
2. Nanda Devi – (7824 m, 25663 ft), (Rank 23rd) Uttarakhand, India
The Nanda Devi is situated in the Garhwal Himalayas region in the state of Uttarakhand. Nanda Devi is the highest summit in the two massif another one is called as Nanda Devi East, located at the eastern part. Nanda Devi is one of the highest mountain in the world and ranked second in India. Climbing is not allowed on Nanda Devi as it is considered as holy peak. Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve is home to many famous treks like Roopkund Trek, Kuari Pass Trek, Valley of Flowers Trek, Hemkund sahib trek.
3. Kamet – (7756 m, 25446 ft), (Rank 29th) Uttarakhand, India
The Kamet is the highest summit in the Zaskar mountain Range of Garhwal region in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand. Kamet is second highest mountain summit of Garhwal Himalayas and third highest mountain peak of India with an elevation of 7,756 m (25,446 ft). Kamet mountain peak is surrounded by three major neighboring peaks and lies very close the Tibet.
4. Saltoro Kangri – (7742 m, 25400 ft), (Rank 31st) Kashmir, India
The Saltoro Kangri is the highest peak of Saltoro Mountain ranges, a sub range of Karakoram, the biggest range of greater Himalaya Mountains. Saltoro Mountains are situated at the center of great Karakoram and very near to the longest glaciers in the world, the Siachen Glacier. The Saltoro Kangri is 31st highest independent mountain peak in world with an elevation of 7,742 m (25,400 ft) in Kashmir.
5. Saser Kangri – (7672 m, 25171 ft), (Rank 35th) Kashmir, India
The Saser Kangri are group of five majestic mountain peaks situated in the the Saser Muztagh range in Jammu and Kashmir. Saser Muztagh is one of the sub-range of the great Karakoram range lies at the southeast part of the Karakoram range. Saser Kangri I is the highest mountain peak among the all five brothers with an elevation of 7,672 m (25,171 ft) and Ranked 35th in the world. Saser Kangri II is ranked 49 and Saser III is ranked 51 in the top 100 mountain peaks of the world.
6. Mamostong kangri – (7516 m, 24659 ft), (Rank 48) Kashmir, India
The Magnificent Mamostong Kangri is the highest mountain of sub ranges Rimo Mustagh of the Great Karakoram range. Mamostong Kangri is located at a majestic altitude of 7,516 m (24,659 ft) in the remote area of the Siachen Glacier. Mamostong Kangri is ranked 48th independent highest peak in the world.
7. Ghent Kangri – (7401 m, 24,281 ft), (Rank 69) Kashmir, India
Ghent Kangri (or Mount Ghent, Ghaint I) is a high peak at the north end of the Saltoro Mountains, a subrange of the Karakoram range. It is located west of the Siachen Glacier in an area under Indian control since 1984. Mount Ghent stands at an elevation of 7401 meters (24281 ft) and is ranked 69th in the list of highest mountain peaks of the world.
8. Rimo – (7385 m, 24229 ft), (Rank 71) Kashmir, India
Rimo means “stripes “, the group of Rimo is the group of the “striped ” mountains. The Rimo massif is located at the northern side of Rimo Muztagh in the famous the Karakoram ranges. The striped mountains are lies northeast part of the great Siachen Glacier with an elevation of 7,385 m (24,229 ft). Rimo mountain are consists of four peaks, the Rimo I is the highest peak among them with 7,385 m (24,229 ft).
9. Abi Gamin – (7355 m, 24131 ft), Uttarakhand, India
Abi Gamin or Ibi Gamin is one of the highest peaks located in Chamoli district of the Indian state Uttarakhand. It lies on India-Tibet border just 2 km away from mount Kamet. It is also the second highest peak of the region after Kamet. This peak is a part of Himalayan Range and is situated on the watershed of the upper Alaknanda and Dhauli.
10. Hardeol – (7151 m, 23461 ft), Uttarakhand, India
Hardeol also called as Temple of God is one of the major mountain peaks of the Kumaon Himalaya located at the northern side of Sanctuary and guarding the Nanda Devi. The 7,151 m (23,461 ft) highest Hardeol peak is situated in the Milam valley of Pithoragarh district in Uttarakhand.
11. Chaukhamba – (7138 m, 23419 ft), Uttrakhand, India
The Chaukhamba summit is the highest peak in the group of the Gangotri situated in the Garhwal Himalaya region of Uttarakhand. The Gangotri Group has total four peaks and Chaukhamba I is the highest among them with an elevation of 7,138 m (23,419 ft). Chaukhamba got its name due to the four big peaks along with each other.
12. Trishul – (7120 m, 23359 ft), Uttarakhand, India
Trisul is one of the three mountain peaks of a group located at mountainous regions of Kumaon in Uttarakhand state. The highest peak of the group is Trisul I at an elevation of 7,120 m (23,359 ft). The three got its name after Trishul weapon of Lord Shiva, Trisul Mountain peaks are near to the Nanda Devi sanctuary.