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The frontiers depicted on the Indian maps in Wikipedia are from a neutral point of view and may differ from official government maps of India, Pakistan and China. Please consult local laws governing publication of maps before usage.
This map is meant to be for illustrative purpose only and is not authenticated by official government sources. Please check the list of sources and references used to create the map for a measure of accuracy and verifiability.
The usage of thomhese maps in India, Pakistan and China are governed by different laws that restrict depictions of boundaries other than what is officially recognized by the state. Please check local laws and modify the map accordingly before use
Explanation of disputed boundaries
Boundary of Indian claim : The territory India claims is legally theirs, but the claim is disputed by China and Pakistan.
Line of Control/Line of Conflict : The defacto administrative boundary recognised by the international community. This UN ceasefire Line is considered as a temporary solution to an ongoing conflict since the departure of the British Raj.
Borders of disputed regions
The extent of the former territory of the British Indian Empire, seceeded by Republic of India depicted on this map may not be accepted by most countries as legal due to ongoing border disputes: