British Indian Empire 1903 Vintage Map

This is a vintage 1903 British Indian Empire vintage map. That shows Indian Empire under the British in full might. The map shows India that was once ruled by the British either directly or through its dependent and subordinate native states. The territories directly ruled by the British are shaded in pink.

Which included Sind, Central Provinces, Assam, Bengal, Bombay Presidency, Madras Presidency, and so on. Territories ruled by the dependent and subordinate native states are shaded in yellow. Like Travancore, Mysore, Hyderabad State or Nizam’s Dominion, Rajputana, Kashmir, and so on. This vintage map of the British Indian Empire also shows green for Goa, Pondicherry, Chandernagor, etc. Non-British colonialists ruled these areas. Click on the photo for better view. 

See post British India Hindostan – Antique Map 1863.

Did you know- Burma is shaded in pink it was directly under British rule and got its independence on 4th January 1948. 

From the collection- 1964 M. Suriyamoorthy Charcoal Art Abstract (#7)., Madras Harbour From The Lighthouse – Old Photogravure., Parsi Beauty Mumbai – Old Postcard 1908., Aerial View of British Bombay In 1936, Old Print

The images are of the actual items from my collection. And Not a photocopy, pirated, reproduced, stock photos, or taken from other sources.