Physical Map of India

2007 Mt Kanchenjunga via Guicha-la Pass 2007 Mt Kanchenjunga via Guicha-la Pass
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India is a country of great diversity with a wide range of landform types, including major mountain ranges, deserts, rich agricultural plains, and hilly jungle regions. The country is divided into three main geological regions: the Indo-Gangetic Plain, the Himalayas, and the Peninsula region.
Highest peak is the Kanchenjunga at 8586 m above sea level in the Himalayas. The capital is New Delhi; other major cities are Bombay, Calcutta, Chandigarh, and Madras. The country's longest river is the Brahmaputra the second longest is the Ganges.

India and Pakistan Maps: 1:250,000 US Army 1955 Topo Maps. Click Link

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