The Indian national team has slipped down two places to 132nd in the recently released Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) rankings, published on Thursday, 9th March.
The Blue Tigers have a total of 233 points, which is 11 lower than their previous month's total, when the board reflected 244 points.
It must be noted here that Guyana and Niger have moved up five and three places up the table respectively, which has seen India drop two places.
Among the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) members, India are comfortably placed the highest. Maldives are now placed 140th while Bangladesh (193), Nepal (170), Bhutan (177), Sri Lanka (197) and Pakistan (198) are ranked much lower.
India's primary opponents in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup Kyrgyzstan have fallen a place to 125th, while Myanmar have plunged 13 places to 172nd. Macau are unchanged from 184th.