Kiltan or Kilthan Island is a coral island belonging to the Amindivi Subgroup of islands of the Union Territory of Lakshadweep in India. It is at a distance of 1,947 km south of the metropolis of Delhi. The nearest mainland frame is Cannanore and the nearest port is Mangalore. Kiltan is settled all through early intervals of commonplace immigration to the Lakshadweep islands. The island become part of an international exchange route between the Persian Gulf and Ceylon. Kiltan is the house of the Sufi saint Shaikh Ahmed Naqshabanthi.
Kiltan is one of the populated islands of Lakshadweep. It is placed 51 km to the northeast of Amini Island and 32 km to the southeast of Chetlat Island, and has a place of 2.20 km2. The reef and lagoon are positioned to the west of the island and the dry land has 3.4 km duration and 0.6 km width at the broadest factor. On the northern and southern ends of the island, there are high typhoon seashores. This island is 394 km away from Kochi. Its lagoon area is 1.76 km2.