Geography: Solved Maps of India (Diagrams)


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India (Photo credit: robynejay)

Hello everyone! I want to thank our former social studies teachers, Mrs. P********* P***** and Mr. B**** N****** C*****, for the following notes. I have attached a PDF file which includes solved maps of India, regarding the location of the various rivers and water bodies in and near India; mountains, plains, passes, plateaus, and hills of India; soils of India; cities of India; minerals of India; direction of winds in India; and distribution of population in India.

I can’t guarantee that these maps are up-to-date, hence, I would recommend that you cross check the validity of these maps with your geography teachers. Thank you and I hope you find these maps useful!πŸ™‚

 

Here’s a link to the PDF file for the above notes:

NOTES – Solved Maps of India

NOTES – Solved Maps of India (Handwritten)

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Keep visiting!πŸ™‚

43 thoughts on “Geography: Solved Maps of India (Diagrams)

      • ICSE Helper says:

        Bhanu,

        Hi there!

        As per my knowledge, there is no need to make a key. You may simply draw an arrow or write the name of the soil/state/etc. next to or on the shaded region, as shown in our handwritten maps in the above post. The same was what our own geography teacher taught us and hence, we are sharing merely what we were taught. The choice is ultimately yours.

        However, please go through the Pupils’ Assessment Handbooks given on the CISCE website (www.cisce.org) which give suggested answers for the past examination question papers and do check out what they have given. If possible, we will soon upload the link on our blog.

        Hope this helps! If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

        Thanks for stopping by and do keep visiting!πŸ™‚

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Ishtarth,

      As per my knowledge, the most densely populated state is West Bengal. Thank you for visiting and please don’t hesitate to ask if you need more help! Good luck for your exams!πŸ™‚

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Ishtarth,

      Technically, according to the 2011 cencus, Delhi is the most populated state. However, since we have been asked to mark a densely populated state, I’m assuming we can mark any state which comes in at least the top 10 densely populated states. These include West Bengal as well as U.P. Ultimately, it’s your decision. Excuse me for the confusion. Keep visiting!πŸ™‚

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  1. Sushma says:

    This is so clear and neatly marked. Easily understood. It will be very useful for my brother. I don’t know why in our time all this (internet) facility was not there.😦

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Sushma,

      Thank you so much for the positive feedback! It takes us, as individuals, to use what we have for the upliftment of others. Thanks again, and do keep visiting!πŸ™‚

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Dhruv,

      We have shown in our maps given in the above post that the Indian Standard Meridian does not touch Sri Lanka.
      On once again researching the same, we found out that the Indian Standard Meridian does not pass through Sri Lanka. You may confirm the same by checking out the following map (link given below), which shows that the 82 degree longitude is a bit far away from Sri Lanka’s eastern border and hence, does not touch it.

      Hope this helps! If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

      Keep visiting!πŸ™‚

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Bhanu,

      Hi there!

      As per my knowledge, there is no need to make a key. You may simply draw an arrow or write the name of the soil/state/etc. next to or on the shaded region, as shown in our handwritten maps in the above post. The same was what our own geography teacher taught us and hence, we are sharing merely what we were taught. The choice is ultimately yours.

      However, please go through the Pupils’ Assessment Handbooks given on the CISCE website (www.cisce.org) which give suggested answers for the past examination question papers and do check out what they have given. If possible, we will soon upload the link on our blog.

      Hope this helps! If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

      Thanks for stopping by and do keep visiting!πŸ™‚

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  2. Abhipsa Kar says:

    hey there! I want to know how to locate the direction of winds in India Map. In the last exam I scored less marks bcz of this location of winds in India map…. would u let me know abt tht how can I locate the direction of winds?

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Abhipsa,

      Hi there!

      Glad to hear that you’re taking the necessary steps to improve your performance post your last exam! Keep it up.πŸ™‚

      As for the wind directions affecting India, please refer to the last page of “NOTES – Solved Maps of India (Handwritten)” whose link is given in our above post. We have shown and labelled the wind directions in that map.

      Hope this helped! If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

      Thank for stopping by! Keep visiting.πŸ™‚

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Rhea,

      Hi there! Thanks for stopping by!

      Please use a pencil to mark your map. It was recommended by our teachers, as well.

      Hope this helps. If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

      Good luck and keep visiting!πŸ™‚

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Yeerina,

      Hi there!

      As you may have noted, our blog is merely to help ICSE students of Class X. Hence, we do not provide study material for ISC.

      However, we will contemplate your request for the future, if we ever wish to expand our blog.πŸ™‚

      Thanks for stopping by! Keep visiting.

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Saksham,

      Hi there! Thanks for taking the time to leave behind such encouraging words.πŸ™‚ We really appreciate it! Glad we could help.

      Keep visiting and stay connected.πŸ™‚

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  3. Chaitanya says:

    Are we allowed to use colour pencils for shading on map or should we shade only with our normal pencil?
    Can you also list down the important rules to be kept in mind while solving maps for our board exams as we have not been guided regarding it yet by our school nor by our classes
    Plzzzz help me

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