Our ITM series of maps related to the Indian Sub-continent continues to expand with this double-sided map. Delhi/New Delhi is, of course, the capital and governmental centre for this large and populous country. Delhi is the third largest city in India, it is a rare blend of tradition and intellect. Another fact is that Delhi is a perfect fusion of the past and the present. The heritage and legacy of the city, in the form of its numerous historical monuments, coexists with the discotheques and malls of the present times. It is also an impossibly spread out city to map, but we have done our best to present this enormous urban area attractively. Now, here’s the surprise in this map – the reverse side covers that part of India bounded by Lucknow and Varanasi (formerly Benares) in the east, to Jaipur in the west, and the disputed territory of Kashmir in the north. It’s a lovely map, and completes our sectional coverage of India.