India is one of the largest countries in the world in terms of geographical area. It is the second largest country in terms of population and the seventh largest country in terms of geographical area in the world. It shares international boundaries with many countries such as China, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Burma and Nepal. It is divided into 29 states and seven union territories and surrounded by water on three sides with the Arabian Sea to the west, the Bay of Bengal to the east and the Indian Ocean to the south. The geographical features of the country, including its boundaries, can be best explained with a help of a detailed map.
An outline map provides sufficient geographic information about a region and allows a user to put additional information upon it and understand the correlation between the two. It only shows the borders of a country. An outline map provides basic information about a region. There is an outline map of India above that can be used for several purposes. This blank map shows the structural lines of the country. The areas where it shares international borders are highlighted a little darker.
The map is a perfect guide for those who wish to know about the borders of the country. This map can be downloaded for free. Users can a take a printout of the same and use it as per their convenience for geography lessons in school or doing self-study at home. Students can use the map as a base for many geography activities. Parents can also teach their children how to label this blank map for physical and political features. Children can colour the map as per their choice and learn and memorise the international boundaries of the country. One can use the map to mark states, union territories, major cities, major regions, main rivers and important mountain ranges of the country.
Last Updated on : July 8, 2015