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 three water bodies surround it: the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, as can be seen from the India Map. On October 31. 2019 the map of India changed, the new map of India depicts 28 states, 9 Union Territories and the National Capital Territory of Delhi.... For simplification one may say India has 28 States and 9 Union Territories. The locations of neighbouring countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar are there on the map. India, in international parlance, is an emerging tourist destination with a lot of heritage to share. Besides the famous Taj Mahal, the country has much more to offer, ranging from its history, festivals, and people to the countless scenic spots. 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.
December 11, 1935
Pranab Mukherjee, 13th President of India, was born
The contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB) 2019 has been tabled in the Rajya Sabha today amid fierce protest from several opposition parties. At the moment hot discussion over the Bill is underway in the Upper House. In spite of smooth sail in the Lok Sabha, it would be a litmus test for the ruling party to pass it in the Rajya Sabha. The current strength of Rajya Sabha is 240 and 121 would be the magical figure for passing the Bill. At the outset, with the help of several r...READ MORE