India Political Map in Sanskrit

India Political Map in Sanskrit

India Political Map in Sanskrit
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Sanskrit is a very ancient language in India. It is an Indo-Aryan language and is the main liturgical dialect of the Jains, Hindus, and Buddhists. Sanskrit is the formal language of the Indian state of Uttaranchal and is one of the 22 scheduled languages that are used in the Indian territory. India political map in Sanskrit language works as a very useful resource for the people who can read or write Sanskrit.

They can locate all the 29 states and seven union territories of India and it can work as a good resource for travelers as well. Sanskrit is a classical language and in many parts of India, it is used in both written and oral forms. Travelers who are well versed in the Sanskrit language will find this as a useful resource because it will help them locate all the top-rated tourist destinations in India. All the state boundaries and names of the states and capitals are clearly highlighted.

Since Sanskrit was chosen as the official language of the state of Uttaranchal, the people of the state are well-versed in this language and visitors coming from this state will find this map quite resourceful. While touring India, they can use both online and offline versions of the map as per their convenience.

Last Updated on : 10 January 2012




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