Nepal Satellite Images with Maps
In the Google map below you will see many color-coded rectangles. If you click on the corner of any rectangle it will ‘select’ and open a balloon with a link to the respective map. The rectangles show the map boundary and the color indicates the date of original publication. You can zoom in and drag the map to get a closer view of the rectangles.
Red = before 1800; Orange = 1800-1849; Yellow = 1850-1899; Blue = 1900-1949; Green = after 1950
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Any map can be downloaded by clicking the links below.
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Can we download all the topo map of nepal at once? Is there any way?
Sorry, we haven’t been able to provide such a download facility. You will have to do it one at a time. MCADDeditor
Needs Nepal’s topo map but not success
Sir how often the internal boundaries you have shown here i mean d bounderies between two vdc are legally authorized as it has not been demacrated on the ground.
We think you need to direct that question to the people who made the map. It is a good question however, as many boundaries shown on maps have never been demarcated on the ground. MCADDeditor
its really good job
if these maps be in 1:25000 scale that may be better.. now it is very hard to study…. thank you .. anyway gud job
Absolutely superb work by PAHAR. Keep in touch with me – I have some Swiss maps and Aeronautical charts which I may gift to you in future. Also some mountain books. I live in Siliguri – if any of you come here I would like to meet you.