rekhaansh
pruthvi ka naksha  
rekhaansh (λ)  

rekhaansh ki rekhaaen is prakshep mein vakreeya prateet hoti hain, parantu dhruvavrutton ki aadhi hoti hain.  
akshaansh (φ)  
akshaansh ki rekhaaen is prakshep mein kshaitij evam seedhi prateet hoti hain, parantu ve bhinn ardhavyaason sahit vrutteeya hoti hain. ek akshaansh par di gain sabhi sthaan ekasaath judkar akshaansh ka vrutt banaate hain.  
bhoomadhya rekha pruthvi ko uttari golaardh aur dakshini golaardh mein baantati hai, aur iska akshaansh shoonya ansh yaani 0° hota hai.  
rekhaansh (IPA: /ˡaalɒaandʒaaɪaaˌaatjuːaad/), jise yoonaani akshar laimbada (λ) se darshit kiya jaata hai, poorv se pashchim paryant bhoogoleeya nirdeshaank hain, jinhein adhiktar maanachitrakala evam bhoomandaleeya nauvahan mein prayog kiya jaata hai. rekhaansh ki ek rekha ek dhruvavrutteeya rekha hoti hai, jo dhruvavrutt ka aadha hoti hai.
anukram
itihaas
rekhaansh ka aakalan
yeh sampoorn prushth ya iske kuchh vibhaag hindi ke atirikt anya bhaasha(on) mein bhi likhe gaye hain. aap inka karke vikipeediya ki sahaayata kar sakte hain. 
Longitude is given as an angular measurement ranging from 0° at the prime meridian to +180° eastward and −180° westward. The Greek letter λ (lambda),^{[1]}^{[2]} is used to denote the location of a place on Earth east or west of the prime meridian.
Each degree of longitude is subdivided into 60 minutes, each of which divided into 60 seconds. A longitude is thus specified in sexagesimal notation as 23° 27′ 30" E. For higher precision, the seconds are specified with a decimal fraction. An alternative representation uses degrees and minutes, where parts of a minute are expressed in decimal notation with a fraction, thus: 23° 27.500′ E. Degrees may also be expressed as a decimal fraction: 23.45833° E. For calculations, the angular measure usually must be converted to radians, so longitude may also be expressed in this manner as a signed fraction of π (pi), or an unsigned fraction of 2π.
For calculations, the West/East suffix is replaced by a negative sign in the western hemisphere. Confusingly, the convention of negative for East is also sometimes seen. The preferred convention—aathat East be positive—aais consistent with a righthanded Cartesian coordinate system with the North Pole up. A specific longitude may then be combined with a specific latitude (usually positive in the northern hemisphere) to give a precise position on the Earth's surface.
Longitude at a point may be determined by calculating the time difference between that at its location and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Since there are 24 hours in a day and 360 degrees in a circle, the sun moves across the sky at a rate of 15 degrees per hour (360°/24 hours = 15° per hour). So if the time zone a person is in is three hours ahead of UTC then that person is near 45° longitude (3 hours × 15° per hour = 45°). The word near was used because the point might not be at the center of the time zone; also the time zones are defined politically, so their centers and boundaries often do not lie on meridians at multiples of 15°. In order to perform this calculation, however, a person needs to have a chronometer (watch) set to UTC and needs to determine local time by solar observation or astronomical observation. The details are more complex than described here: see the articles on Universal Time and on the Equation of time for more details.
Latitude  NS radius of curvature, 
Degree of latitude 
EW radius of curvature, 
Degree of longitude 


0°  6335.44 km  110.574 km  6378.14 km  111.320 km  
15°  6339.70 km  110.649 km  6379.57 km  107.551 km  
30°  6351.38 km  110.852 km  6383.48 km  96.486 km  
45°  6367.38 km  111.132 km  6388.84 km  78.847 km  
60°  6383.45 km  111.412 km  6394.21 km  55.800 km  
75°  6395.26 km  111.618 km  6398.15 km  28.902 km  
90°  6399.59 km  111.694 km  6399.59 km  0.000 km 
tippani
 ↑ Coordinate Conversion

↑ "λ = Longitude east of Greenwich (for longitude west of Greenwich, use a minus sign)."
John P. Snyder, Map Projections, A Working Manual, USGS Professional Paper 1395, page ix
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 Resources for determining your latitude and longitude

Worldwide Index  Tageo.com – contains 2,700,000 coordinates of places including US towns
 for each city it gives the satellite map location, country, province, coordinates (dd,dms), variant names and nearby places.
 IAU/IAG Working Group On Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements of the Planets and Satellites
 Latitude and longitude converter – Convert latitude and longitude from degree, decimal form to degree, minutes, seconds form and vice versa. Also included a farthest point and a distance calculator.