Political Map Of India
India, the seventh largest country in the world, is known for its rich heritage and diverse culture. It is the most populous democracy in the whole world and is surrounded by three water bodies: the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, as can be seen from the India Map. The map of India depicts 29 states, 6 Union Territories and the National Capital Territory of Delhi.... The capital city of New Delhi in the north is marked in red on the India Map. It is bordered by the states of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. The location of neighbouring countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar can also be understood from the India Map. India has plenty of tourist attractions to offer, both for its own citizens as well as for people from around the world. Besides the famous Taj Mahal, the country has much more to offer, ranging from its history, festivals, and people to the countless scenic spots that are scattered through the length and breadth of the map of India. The India Map exhibited below is a helpful tool to understand the demographics, political and geographical boundaries of the country. Besides being a repository of maps for railways, travel attractions, roads, etc., Maps of India also offers state maps, district maps, city maps, village maps, and much more. Read more
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Different people picture different things when they hear the word “India”. Rarely does a word have so many meanings. For some, India is a land of centuries rich history; for others, it is the place with diversity in all spheres, be it- culture, geography, festivals, music, and of course, food. For us? It is all of those things lovingly wrapped up together and so much more, making it the India we love.
October 19, 1910
Indian-American Nobel Laureate S. Chandrasekhar was born
E Sreedharan, former managing director of Delhi Metro has supported BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. He expects that Modi will take bold decisions which will speed up the decision making process of the government. According to Sreedharan there is a delay in taking decisions because of bureaucracy. At the same time India also lacks the ability to take bold decisions. He has not blamed anyone for the same but added that Modi will probably speed up the decision making process. He is saying this because of his experience and also whatsoever decisions Modi has taken so far he has taken very quickly. To support his statement Sreedharan also gave examp...READ MORE