India Political Map in Malayalam


Political Map of India in Malayalam

Political Map of India in Malayalam
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*The Map showing All the States of India in Malayalam Language.

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Importance of India Political Map in Malayalam



Political maps of India are published in different regional languages so as to enhance the knowledge of every people, irrespective of their vernacular. Color coded in varied colors, such a map shows the distinct border of each and every state or U. T. as well as the foreign boundaries. By looking into such a map, one can even learn the name of every state and U. T. along with their respective capital cities in their own language. Besides these, this kind of regional map even helps one locate his or her native place or any other place within the country in a much easier way. Political maps of India in Malayalam are mostly used by people who have got Malayalam as their mother tongue or vernacular.



Last Updated on : November 11, 2016



 

     


     

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