Indradvīpa(Indradwipa; the island called Indra) is one of the nine divisions of Bhāratavarṣa (Bharatavarsha; India). The Paurāṇika (Pauranika; mentioned in Puranas) river Nalinī(Nalini) falls into the sea near this Indradvīpa.

Scholars opine that Indradvīpa mentioned in the Purāṇas refer to the modern Indonesia or Vietnam. Many think the the modern Andaman island is the ancient Indradvīpa However, according to Al-Beruni, Indradvīpa was situated in the middle part of India. Abul Fazal says that it was located somewhere in between Mahendraparvata (the mountain called Mahendra) and  ancient Laṇkā (Lanka).