India Political Map in Gujarati


India Political Map in Gujarati

India Political Map in Gujarati
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*Buy India Political Map in Gujarati Language. Map of India in Gujarati highlights boundaries and name of states and capitals.

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Importance of India Political Map in Gujarati



Keeping in mind the requirement of Gujarati versioned map, the different maps of India are even published in the Gujarati language. India's political map is even not an exception. It is always easier to understand anything better in our own language than any other foreign language. Thus, this kind of maps helps one, who has Gujarati as their vernacular, to understand the geographical location of the country in a much easier way. This map marks the boundary of the Indian Republic by a bold black colored line and the state boundaries by grey colored line. The boundary line between this country and a surrounding water body is marked in blue color though. The state or Union Territories are marked with different colors. The symbol of a dot has been used to mark the location of the respective capital cities whereas, the city of Delhi, India's capital is marked with a special red colored square symbol.



Last Updated on : 02 January 2011



 

     


     

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