The Patkai Mountains (also known as the Purvanchal Mountains ) is a mountain range on the border between India and Myanmar (Burma) and forms one of the southeastern foothills of the Himalayas .
The border between India and Myanmar partially runs over the ridge of the mountains. The Arakan-Joma Mountains join to the south of the Patkai Mountains .
The mountains of Patkai sometimes reach heights of over 3000 m . The highest peaks include Saramati ( 3826 m ), Mol Len ( 3088 m ) and Japvo ( 3014 m ). The mountains are mainly forested with pine and teak .