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Outline Map of India Ladakh Jammu and kashmir Himachal Pradesh Punjab Chandigarh Haryana Delhi Rajasthan Uttarpradesh Arunachal Pradesh Nagaland Manipur Mizoram Tripura Meghalaya Assam Sikkim West Bengal Uttarakhand Gujarat Bihar Jharkhand Madhya Pradesh Kerala Orrisa Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu Chattisgarh Maharashtra Goa Telangana Karnataka Andhra Pradesh Puducherry Puducherry Tamil Nadu Puducherry Puducherry Lakshadweep Andaman and Nicobar
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*The outline map of India shows the administrative boundaries of the states and union territories of India.

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India ranks the seventh biggest nation in the world in terms of geographical area. It is also the second-largest country in Asia and shares its international boundaries with countries like Burma, Bangladesh, China, Bhutan, Pakistan and Nepal. The country covers a total area of 3,287,240 sq km. The shoreline of the country also extends for over 7,517 km, and it is edged by the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and the Indian Ocean.

India is a republic which is made up of 28 states and eight union territories. The economy of the nation is quite diversified and consists of industries like conventional rural farming, contemporary agriculture, handicrafts, different types of current industries, and various other industries.

The service sector of India comprises of banking companies, infrastructure and finance service providers, telecom companies, tourism and hospitality, healthcare and medical facilities, insurance sector, etc. The country is a definite tourism alternative for those who are looking for a cheap yet valuable tourism destination. Some of the well-known tourist places in the country are Shimla, Darjeeling, Goa, Agra, New Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Nainital, Mysore, Chennai, Kolkata, Srinagar, and Bangalore.

An Outline map of India helps you locate all the boundaries of the states in the country. It is a perfect guide for the students of geography to know about the various states in India along with their frontiers.

Blank outline maps of India are available in both online and offline versions. The offline version of this map is nothing but a printable outline map which can be used for educational purposes.

All the states and territories of the country can be divided into the following zones:
  • South Zone
  • North Zone
  • West Zone
  • East Zone
  • North East Zone
  • Central Zone
Free downloadable versions of the map are also available which the students can use for marking. Parents can use this map for educating their kids. They can get a printout and tell their kids about the various famous places in India (states, capitals, seas, and ocean). This will help them enhance their knowledge about India.

One significant advantage of using a blank outline map of India is that this map also indicates the international frontiers of the nation with other neighbouring countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, China, Nepal, Burma and Bhutan. You can also get a glimpse of the Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea that edge the country to the southern side.


Last Updated on: March 17, 2020





     


     

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