The Panjab with Part of Afghanistan, Kashmeer, Sinde, &c.


Detailed map of the Punjab Province in northern India.

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The Punjab is a vaguely defined historical, cultural, and social region in northern India that includes portions of neighboring Pakistan and Afghanistan. Well irrigated with numerous rivers, the region includes a fertile valley which provided the cradle for numerous early civilizations.

It was also one of the last regions to fall under the dominion of the British East India Company, and remained nominally independent under the authority of the Sikh Empire around the time of this map’s publication. It prominently features the Indus River and its various tributaries, and uses finely engraved hachure to depict the region’s rugged topography.

Map Details

Publication Date: c. 1846

Author: Charles Knight

Sheet Width (in): 13.40

Sheet Height (in): 16.90

Condition: B

Condition Description: Scattered spotting visible in several areas across the bottom half of the page and moderate toning, consistent with age, confined largely to the margins. Small chip in the lower right corner of the sheet, away from the image. Remains in good condition overall, with nice hand color.


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