India Map in different Languages


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India Map in different Languages



As the world being humongous and with over 7 billion people on earth, there are different languages spoken on the seven continents of the world. These are further separated by regional language. Based on these facts most maps have a huge linguistic bias as several people are not familiar with different languages. Although many countries have more than one official language, we have used the official language with the highest percentage of regular speakers to provide you with the map of India in their particular language. This will help the travelers who understand that particular language to explore India easily in their own language.




Last Updated on 12/14/2012

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