Download Free India Outline Map - Political


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

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

Download Free India Outline Map - Political

Political Map of India
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Download the map of India and mark the following points

In the political map of India mark the following

1.Mark all the state and capitals of India

2.Mark India' s capital

3.Mark the Neighbouring countries

4.Mark the commercial capital of India

5.Mark the pink city of India

6.Mark Goa in the map

7.Mark the Union territory of India which is located in 3 state in 4 locations

8.Mark the city where Taj Mahal is located

9.Mark the capital of Lakshadweep

10.Mark Varanasi / Banaras in the map of India



Last Updated on 18 May 2011



     


     

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