Download Free India Outline Map - Physical


Download Free India Outline Map - Physical

Physical Map of India
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The India Physical Map is for students, parents and teachers to download and mark different physical features of India. Students can download the map and mark the following in the map. Parents can take the printout and ask the children to mark the physical features in the downloaded map of India.

This is a free India Outline Map - Physical which can be downloaded and can be used to improve the Physical features knowledge of India. Do it yourself and let's together know more about India.

Download the map of India and mark the following in the Physical Map of India

1.Anaimalai
2.Andaman and Nicobar Islands
3.Arabian Sea
4.Aravali Ranges
5.Bay of Bengal
6.Brahmaputra River
7.Chambal River
8.Coastal Areas
9.Deccan Plateau
10.Eastern Ghats
11.Ganga River
12.Godavari River
13.Great Indian Desert
14.Great Himalayas
15.Gulf of Kachchh
16.Gulf of Khambat
17.Indian Ocean
18.Indus River
19.Kaveri
20.Krishna River
21.Lakhadweep Islands
22.Mahanadi River
23.Narmada River
24.Nilgiri
25.Northern Plains
26.Palk Strate
27.Ravi River
28.Satluj river
29.Satpura Range
30.Shivalik
31.Tapi River
32.Vindhya Range
33.Yamuna River



Last Updated on: October 01, 2019



     


     

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