Location in Nagaland, India near the border with Burma
|Elevation||3,841 m (12,602 ft)|
|Prominence||2,885 m (9,465 ft)|
|Isolation||270 km (170 mi)|
Highest peaks in Nagaland 1st
|Parent range||Purvanchal Range|
Saramati (Burmese: စာရာမေတိတောင်; IPA: [ˌsæɹəˈmɑːti]) is a peak rising above the surrounding peaks at the mountainous border of Nagaland state, India and the Naga Self-Administered Zone, in Myanmar, Sagaing Region. It is located near the village of Thanamir in the Kiphire District of Nagaland, India.
With a height of 3,826 metres (12,552 ft) and a prominence of 2,885 metres (9,465 ft), it draws huge tourist to this tribal heritage rich state and is popularly known as the Crown of Nagaland. Saramati is one of the ultra-prominent peaks of Southeast Asia. It forms a natural boundary between India and Myanmar.