Mild tremors hit Seoni and Chhindwara districts in southwest Madhya Pradesh on Saturday evening, an official said.
A small tsunami struck the Seferihisar district south of Izmir, the city in western Turkey that was the worst affected by the quake.
Greek public television said the quake also caused a mini-tsunami on the eastern Aegean Sea island of Samos, damaged homes and injured at least four people.
Some residents took to Twitter asking for help from the GHMC, claiming to have experienced at least 30-40 episodes of their buildings shaking
Four minor earthquakes were recorded in the Porbandar area in Gujarat's Saurashtra region on Saturday, officials said.
The tremor was felt at 9:33 pm in Dahigaon, located 8 kms away from the Palghar district headquarter.
The tremor occurred at 5:13 am at a depth of 10 kilometres, reported the National Centre for Seismology.
Residents of Borabanda experienced tremors for the third consecutive day on Sunday.
The epicentre of the tremor, which was recorded at 3:49 pm, was located 25 kms east-northeast from Upleta town in the district.
There were no reports of any damage to property or injury or loss of life, they added.
Out of this, the first tranche of USD 4.2 million for ongoing schools was reimbursed to the Government of Nepal, it added.
The first earthquake of magnitude 4.4, with its epicentre at 44 km west of Guwahati, occurred at 1.28 am at a depth of 5 km, the officials said.
The epicenter of Friday night's earthquake was close to the location of the Whittier Narrows earthquake in 1987, which was a magnitude 5.9, seismologist Lucy Jones tweeted.
The strong tremor, which was felt in central and eastern Nepal, jolted the Kathmandu valley, forcing people out of their houses early in the morning.
According to the ministry, 135 out of the 413 earthquakes were of magnitude 3.0 or lower which are "usually not felt".