The map above shows how Google.co.in shows India’s borders compared to how Google.com shows them.
The map above is an Isochrone map which shows how long it would have taken someone to travel from Rome to the farthest reaches of the Roman Empire at its peak (roughly 200 CE/AD).
Travelling within the core of the Empire could have be done in under a week, but travelling all the way to the fringes would have taken someone more than a month.
The map above shows what Asia would look like if population density corresponded to physical elevation.
Perhaps one of the most interesting things to note, is that the Himalayas are still there, they’ve just moved south a little bit, as these regions of Indian and Bangladesh have extremely high population densities.