India Political Map in Assamese


Political Map of India in Assamese

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

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Assamese is one of the 22 scheduled languages of India. It is also the formal language of the Indian state of Assam and is spoken in various areas of Northeast India. The Assamese speaking people can use an India political map in Assamese language to know about the political subdivisions of the country and their capitals as well.

A political map is always helpful in knowing a country better and an India political map in Assamese language is not an exception. These innovative maps are available on the Internet as online versions and can be downloaded easily. Getting a printout of any of these maps will help you use it as an offline version.

Then you can carry this map along with you to your favorite destination. Exploring a country like India which features unity in diversity becomes a wonderful experience with this map.

This map will be particularly helpful for the visitors coming from the state of Assam and adjoining areas where the Assamese language is spoken and written predominantly. Whenever they want to visit a place in India, they can carry this type of a map with them to ensure a hassle free tour.



Last Updated on : April 2, 2014



 

     


     

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