I can say second answer that is access the significance of central location of India in Indian ocean
1.India's central location at the head of Indian ocean gives it a great strategic importance and helps in maintaining
2.it helps India to keep a close contact with west Asia,Africa and Europe from western cost,and southeast and east Asia from the eastern Asia.
3.it is also an important transit point for sea routes connecting the two regions that is countries of Europe with countries of east Asia.
and third that is why is Indian ocean named after our country
1.Indian ocean is named after India because,India holds a central location which is at the head of Indian ocean
2.India has the longest coastline in the region adding to its clout,no other country in the Indian ocean indeed has that long a coastline
3.India also serves as an important transit points for sea routes connecting the two regions that is countries of Europe with countries of east Asia.