Àsia meridionale

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S'Àsia meridionale (o Àsia de su Sud) è una regione dell'Àsia cumposta dae su subcontinente indianu e parte de s'artipranu irànicu. In base a sa partzidura de su mundu efetuada dae is Natziones Unidas est una de is macroregiones comente est divìdida s'Àsia, ed incluet 8 Istados[1]:

Mapa de s'Àsia meridionale

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  1. The World Factbook: South Asia, cia.gov, in cia.gov. URL consultadu su 3 santugaine 2020 (archiviadu dae s'url originale su 2 abrile 2015).
  2. Partha Sarathy Ghosh, Cooperation and Conflict in South Asia Archiviadu su 10 cabudanni 2015 in s'Internet Archive., page 4-5, Technical Publications, 1989, ISBN 9788185054681
  3. Arthur Berriedale Keith, A Constitutional History of India: 1600-1935, pages 440-444, Methuen & Co, 1936
  4. N.D. Arora, Political Science for Civil Services Main Examination, page 42:1, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2010, 9780070090941
  5. "Indian subcontinent". New Oxford Dictionary of English (ISBN 0-19-860441-6) New York: Oxford University Press, 2001; p. 929: "the part of Asia south of the Himalayas which forms a peninsula extending into the Indian Ocean, between the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal
  6. John McLeod, The history of India, page 1, Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002, ISBN 0-313-31459-4
  7. Stephen Adolphe Wurm, Peter Mühlhäusler & Darrell T. Tryon, Atlas of languages of intercultural communication in the Pacific, Asia, and the Americas, pages 787, International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies, Published by Walter de Gruyter, 1996, ISBN 3-11-013417-9
  8. "Indian subcontinent" > Geology and Geography.
  9. The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Columbia University Press, 2003: "region, S central Asia, comprising the countries of Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh and the Himalayan states of Nepal, and Bhutan. Sri Lanka, an island off the southeastern tip of the Indian peninsula, is often considered a part of the subcontinent."
  10. Peter Haggett, Encyclopedia of World Geography (Vol. 1), Marshall Cavendish, 2001, p. 2710, ISBN 0-7614-7289-4.

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