Tamil Nadu Thematic Maps


Tamil Nadu Forest MapIndustries in TamilnaduTamilnadu Mineral MapTamilnadu Physical Map
Tamil Nadu Agriculture MapAirline Offices in ChennaiAntiques and Handicrafts in ChennaiBeauty Parlours in Chennai
Book Shops in ChennaiCall Taxies in ChennaiConsulates in ChennaiHospitals in Chennai
Banks in ChennaiJewelry Shops in ChennaiMagicians in ChennaiMarriage Halls in Chennai
Nursing Homes in ChennaiSpecialist Hospitals in Chennai

What is a Thematic Map?



A thematic map of a place is a chart or map, which refers to a specific idea or theme related to that particular geographical region. This kind of map even emphasizes on spatial variation of geographical distributions.

List of Tamil Nadu Thematic Maps



Like the other thematic maps, a thematic map of Tamil Nadu even provides information about the location and direction to the different places in the state, which might be categorized as the following:
  • Airline Offices
  • Banks
  • Beauty Parlors
  • Book Shops
  • Bus Stands
  • Consulates
  • Educational Institutions
  • Handicrafts and Antique Shops
  • Hospitals
  • Jewelry Shops
  • Marriage Halls
  • Movie Halls
  • Nursing Homes
  • Railway Offices
  • Shopping Malls
  • Specialist Hospitals
  • Taxi calling offices


Last Updated on 29 November 2011



     


     

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