World Map in Hindi (दुनिया का नक्शा)



World Map in Hindi



A World Map in Hindi is useful for people to understand the various regions of the world and know their names in Hindi language. People who have Hindi as their vernacular find this as a useful tool to know the world like the back of their hand. World Map in Hindi is available in two versions and they are as follows:

  • World Map in Hindi - Political
  • World Map in Hindi - Continents
The world political map in Hindi highlights the all the countries of the world with their political boundaries. The world continental map in Hindi shows all the seven continents of the world distinctly.

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Last Updated : June 27, 2019








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