Do you know that the judiciary of India has been done in accordance with England's judiciary, but the good things of other major countries have also been adopted here.
At the state level, the strongest judicial power lies in the High Court in the country.
There are 24 High Courts in the country and 1 High Court will be in operation from January 2019.
So in the coming year, the number of high courts in the country will be 25. Their jurisdiction is on a group of states, union territories or states.
The oldest High Court was established in Calcutta in 1862.
Civil and criminal lower courts and tribunals work under the High Court.
Let us tell you that all High Courts come under the Supreme Court of India.
But do you know how many high courts are located in India and where they are located. Let's study through this article.
List of 10 High Courts of India and Their Information
1. Chennai High Court
Established: 5 August 1862
Under which Act, the Indian High Court Act 1861 Jurisdiction: Pondicherry, Tamilnadu
Main bench: Chennai
2. Bombay High Court
Date of establishment: 14 August 1862
Under which Act, the Indian High Court Act 1861
Jurisdiction: Goa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Maharashtra
Main bench: Mumbai
3.Kolkata High Court
4.Allahabad High Court
5. Karnataka High Court
Establishment Date: 1884
Under which Act established: Mysore High Court Act, 1884
Main Bench: Bangalore
6.Patna High Court
7. Jammu and Kashmir High Court
Date of establishment: 28 August 1928
Under which Act, the patent issued by the Maharaja Kashmir then?
Jurisdiction: Jammu and Kashmir
Main Bench: Srinagar / Jammu
8. Madhya Pradesh High Court
9. Punjab and Haryana High Court
Date of installation: 15 August 1947
Under which Act were established: Punjab High Court Ordinance, 1947
Jurisdiction: Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab
Main bench: Chandigarh
10. Odisha High Court
Establishment Date: 3 April 1948
Under which Act, the Ordinance of the Orissa High Court, 1948
Main bench: Cuttack