Is it possible to download city-wide maps for offline viewing? I am from India and it is a huge country .

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Does this list help?

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answered 04 Jul '13, 14:34

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If a very simple/basic offline "viewing" (e.g. an image or pdf) is meant:

Otherwise, please refer to SomeoneElse's answer here.

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answered 05 Nov '13, 13:51

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You may download the data for total India or Statewise data is available at http://downloads.cloudmade.com/asia/southern_asia/india#downloads_breadcrumbs but this data may be outdated.

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answered 05 Nov '13, 13:44

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... and the formats may not be useful for everyone.

(05 Nov '13, 13:46) aseerel4c26 ♦
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That page says "Last maps update: 13 December 2011", so (especially in a fast-changing country like India) it's probably not the best choice.

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Perhaps drill down into the desired continent/country/subdivision at http://download.geofabrik.de/ , then?

(26 Jun '15, 08:30) Piskvor

(just to add to that last comment) although India's a huge and populous country, and Geofabrik doesn't offer sub-regions of it, India isn't huge in OSM terms yet (at 245Mb), though there's a lot of activity there so it's only going to get larger.

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