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South Asia with Afghanistan and Myanmar
- National Geographic Society (U.S.)
- Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, 1997.
- "May 1997." Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Depths shown by gradient tints, isolines, and soundings. Includes maps, text, descriptive historical timeline, and illustrations on verso. On verso: India: Economic breakthroughs -- Population quandaries -- India from space -- Changing faces of India: empires to independence. Supplement to the National Geographic, May 1997.
- South Asia
- Administrative and political divisions—Maps, South Asia—Maps, Afghanistan—Maps, and Burma—Maps
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- G7626.F11997 .N2
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