The wall sticker map left out parts of disputed territories occupied by Pakistan and China.
"Amazon.ca is selling distorted Map of India. Its unacceptable. Remove this from ur website & stop selling immediately (sic)," tweeted BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Pal Bagga.
Amazon in fresh trouble over distorted India map
Committed to complete legal compliance, says Amazon
The newly-registered seller DIYthinker listed the sticker map for C$25.35 (roughly $19).
DIYthinker also has other products up for sale on the website, including maps of other countries, phone covers and accessories. They don't ship to India.
In a statement, Amazon said it is looking into the matter; "we remain committed to complete legal compliance at all times."
Amazon angered Indians several times this year
Amazon has had a rough year; earlier in 2016, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj had demanded an unconditional apology over an Indian flag doormat listed on its Canada website.
A few days later, its US portal showed shoes and shoelace charms bearing the tricolor.
It also angered Indians when it sold flip-flops with the image of Mahatma Gandhi, and a skateboard with Lord Ganesha's image.
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