ICSE Geography: Sample India Map Outline | Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10) @icsehelpline101

ICSE Geography: Sample India Map Outline

An outline of a sample map of India as has been asked in the ICSE Class 10 Geography Board Exam:

Geography: Sample India Map Outline

You may print this sample outline and use it as required to practice for the Geography Board Exam.


This unlabelled map of India will help you practice map work as much as you want! All you have to do is print out multiple copies and get to work! See our Solved Maps of India to check your answers or learn where to mark important places/regions/etc. before you begin practicing.

Hope this helps you in your board exam preparation. 🙂



Also see other important resources to help you ace your upcoming ICSE Geography Board Exam:

ICSE Geography: Solved Maps of India (Diagrams)

ICSE Geography: Solved Topography Maps from Previous Years’ Board Papers

ICSE Geography: How to Interpret a Toposheet (Including Solved Practice Exercises)



4 thoughts on “ICSE Geography: Sample India Map Outline

    • ICSE Helper says:


      The above copy of a map of India is similar to the map that you will receive in exams. In the examinations so far, the outlines of the rivers have already been given and you are only expected to label them.

      We would suggest you confirm with your Geography teacher, all the same.

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

      Stay connected!


      • Aayushi says:

        I will be giving my boards in the year 2018, our teacher says that map size will decrease, is that true?


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