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History Map of India

A country known for its rich culture and heritage, India’s extraordinary history is intimately tied to its geography. A meeting ground between the east and the west, it has always been an invader’s paradise, while at the same time its natural isolation and magnetic religions allowed it to adapt to and absorb many of the people who penetrated its mountain passes. No how many Persians, Greeks, Chinese nomads, Arabs, Portuguese, British and other raiders had their way with the land, local Hindu kingdoms invariably survived the invasions, living out their sagas of conquest and collapse. All the while, these local dynasties built upon the roots of the culture well establish since the time of the first invaders, the Aryans. In short, India has always been simply too big, too two complicated and too culturally subtle to let anyone empire dominate it for long.

India is the country that occupies most of the Indian subcontinent in southern Asia. It is one of the most populous nations in the world population wise and falls slightly behind China. India is a developing nation, the world's largest democracy and one of the most successful in Asia. Its economy is currently growing formally called the Republic of India.

During the 4th century B.C.E, Alexander the Great introduced Greek practices into the region when he expanded across Central Asia. During the 3rd century B.C.E, the Mauryan Empire came into power in India and was most successful under its emperor, Ashoka. The first British colony was in 1619 with English East India Company at Surat.

India began working toward independence late 1800s,  from Britain but it did not come until the 1940s however when Indian citizens began to unite and British Labor Prime Minister Clement Attlee began to push for India's independence. On August 15, 1947, India officially became a dominion within the Commonwealth and Jawaharlal Nehru was named India's Prime Minister. India's first constitution was written shortly thereafter on January 26, 1950 and at that time, it officially became a member of the British Commonwealth.

History Maps of India

 
     
Important sites for ashoka's edicts Map Map of vijayanagara Empire in 1520 CE Map
Kalapani Map The 16 Mahajanapadas Map
India weaving centres Map India in the 18 th century Map
Ashoka's Edicts Map India in 1765 Map
Mughal empire during Aurangzeb's Reign Map Location Of Some tribal groups in india Map
Empire of Asoka Map Sundarbans Map
First War Independence Map Bharatvarsha Map of India
Chemical and cement Industries Metal Based Industries Map of India
Non Metal Based Industries of India Per Capita Income Map of India
Coffee and Tea Map of India Empire of Harsha Map
Textile - Sugar Map of India Wheat Map of India
History of india Map Colonial Territories Map of India
Empire of Gupta Map of India Invasion of ghurs
Irrigation Map of India Khilji Kingdom Map of India
Rise British Empire Map of India India in the 18 th century Map
Vijayanagara Empire Map