Leer/Übersichtskarte von Indien


Leer/Übersichtskarte von Indien
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Umgeben von Bangladesch, Burma, Bhutan, China, Nepal und Pakistan bedeckt Indien eine Fläche vom 3,287,590 Quadratkilometer. Angegrenzt mit Golf von Bengalen, dem Arabischen Meer und Indischem Ozean hat sie auch eine Küstenlinie von mehr als 7,000 kms. Die vielfältige Wirtschaft Indiens schließt traditionelle Dörfer, Landwirtschaft, moderne Ackerbau, Werken, eine große Auswahl von modernen Industrien und viele Dienste. Der Service-Sektor prahlt mit ihren Finanzgesellschaften, Pfandgesellschaften, Grundbesitzgesellschaften und Versicherungsfirmen. Die Orte, die zwischen Touristen bekannt sind, sind Darjeeling, Haridwar, Srinagar, Goa, Delhi, Jaipur, Nainital, Shimla, Ajmer, Mumbai, Chennai, Mysore usw.

Last Updated on : October 17, 2017



     


     

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