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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. Map showing routes of native explorers in Tibet and Nepal to illustrate the papers by Mr. Markham, & Lieut. Colonel T. G. Montgomerie

Montgomerie, T. G. (Thomas George). Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Includes inset: Continuation of map north-west of Gartokh from the Pundit's journey of 1867. Tarjams (po... London : John Murray, 1875.

3. Map showing the route survey from Nepal to Lhasa, and thence through the upper valley of the Brahmaputra, made by Pundit.______ [Paṇḍita Naina Siṃha Rāvata] from the map compiled by Capt. T.G. Montgomerie, R.E.

Montgomerie, T. G. (Thomas George). Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Routes of expedition are shown in red. "The Longitude is in accordance with the old value of the Madras ... London: published for the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society by J. Murray, Albemarle Street, 1868.

4. Kathmandu City, 1:10.000

Technische Universität München. Lehrstuhl für Kartographie und Reproduktionstechnik. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Panel title. "Map is based on the Kathmandu Valley map 1:10,000 of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für vergleic... Munich : Arbeitsgemeinschaft für vergleichende Hochgebirgsforschung, 1979.

5. Patan City map, 1:7.500

Technische Universität München. Lehrstuhl für Kartographie und Reproduktionstechnik. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Panel title. "Map is based on the Kathmandu metropolitan area 1:2.000 by AERMAP Company, Florence (surve... Munich : Arbeitsgemeinschaft für vergleichende Hochgebirgsforschung, [1980].

6. 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.

7. 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...

8. British India: northern part.; Cabul; Nepaul.

1829. Scales differ. Imprint derived from the atlas in which this state of the map was issued. Previous state issued in the 1817 edition of "A New Genera...

9. Gangetic Hindoostan: or the countries occupied by the Ganges and its branches

1813. John Cary approximately. Scale approximately 1:6,000,000 ; (E 75°00ʹ00ʺ--E 93°00ʹ00ʺ/N 31°30ʹ00ʺ--N 19°30ʹ00ʺ). Covers Northeastern India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh. Re...

10. Hindoostan

1827. Hall, Sidney and Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. Scale [1:7,000,000] (E 68°00ʹ--E 92°20ʹ/N 36°00ʹ--N 5°55ʹ). Relief shown by hachures. Shows battle sites, etc. Also numbered "27." 49 x 39 cm.