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1. Bhārata = India = Indien = Inde = Indii︠a︡ = Yin du

GiziMap (Firm). Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Depths shown by bathymetic tints. Index of place names on verso. "Printed in Hungary 2007.". Budapest : GiziMap, 2007.

2. Bombay guide map

Survey of India. Survey of India. Alternate title: 1:25,00 Bombay guide map, first edition. Relief shown by 10 metres contour interval (contours are approximate) an... [Dehra Dun] : Survey of India, 1969.

3. Cartes de l'Inde : pour servir à l'histoire de la rivalité de la France et de l'Angleterre dans l'Inde

Dussieux, L. (Louis), 1815-1894. Maps of India and Sri Lanka; relief shown by hachures. In lower right-hand margin: Atlas général par L. Dussieux, 145, 146. From: Atlas général... [Paris : J. Lecoffre et co., 1854].

4. India

National Geographic Society (U.S.). Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Depths shown by gradient tints and soundings. Map shows state boundaries, oil pipelines and fields, railr... Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, 2012.

5. Map of India shewing the lines of railways, telegraphs, inland navigation and dawk routes

Map shows color coded: British Territory, native tributary and protected states, and independent states. London : John Murray, 1901.

6. Plan of new capital Punjab : Chandigarh

Punjab (India). Directorate Public Relations. Relief shown by form lines. Oriented with north towards upper left. Summer and winter winds direction is indicated. Includes index to points of int... [Simla], Directorate of Public Relations, 1951.

7. South Asia : oil and gas activity and concession map 2013

Clarkson Research Services Limited. Depths shown by isolines and gradient tints. Shows gas fields, oil fields, gas pipelines, oil pipelines, refineries, concession blocks. "Map data c... London : Clarkson Research Services, 2013.

8. The Indian Empire

Bartholomew, J. G. (John George), 1860-1920. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Map shows color coded: British India, territories permantently administrated by the Government of India,... [Edinburgh] : John Barthomew & Co., [1908].