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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. Sketch map of Dacca

Survey of Pakistan. Relief shown by form lines. Map of Dhaka, Bangladesh, showing roads and streets, railway lines and stations, and buildings. "Printed at the Survey ... Comilla, [Bangladesh] : published under the Surveyor General of Pakistan, 1952.

3. Bangladesh transport network, 1996

Graphosman (Firm). Shows roads, railways, waterways, seaports. airways, and airports. "Published with the courtesy of Surveyor General of Bangladesh." Based on survey... Dhaka : Graphosman, 1996.

4. Tabula Asiae X

1540. Sebastian Münster. This is a historical map of the India and part of Bangladesh, created around 1540. Heinrich Petri.

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. Bangladesh, 1996 (with relief)

1996. Mujibur Rahman, Sheikh, 1922- and Central Intelligence Agency. This is a map of Bangladesh and the surrounding region with relief. The map was created by the Central Intelligence Agency. [New Delhi] Orient Longman [1972].

7. Pakistan

United States. Central Intelligence Agency. "58521 11-68." Relief shown by shading and spot heights. "Names and boundary representation are not necessarily authoritive." "Spot elevations in f... [Washington, D.C.] : Central Intelligence Agency], 1968.

8. A map of Bengal, Bahar, Oude & Allahabad: with part of Agra and Delhi, exhibiting the course of the Ganges from Hurdwar to the

1786. James Rennell and William Faden. Scale approximately 1:1,500,000. Pictorial relief. Dedicated to John Stables. color map ; 72 x 106 cm.

9. A map of the north part of Hindostan or a geographical survey of the provinces of Bengal, Bahar, Awd, Ellahabad, Agra and Delhi

1794. James Rennell. Scale approximately 1:1,490,000 (E 73°38ʹ00ʺ--E 97°23ʹ00ʺ/N 28°09ʹ00ʺ--N 22°05ʹ00ʺ). Relief shown pictorially. 1 map : coloured ; 67 x 104 cm.

10. Betts's new map of India, Birmah, the Punjaub and part of Afghanistan.

1879. Betts, John active. Scale approximately 1:5,000,000 ; (E 67°--E 96°/N 38°--N 5°). Relief shown by hachures. Indicates British Posessions, States Under British Protecti...