Madhepura Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Madhepura

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Tehsil Map of Madhepura Supaul Madhubani Saharsa Munger Begusarai Khagaria Bhagalpur Purnia Katihar Araria
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List of Taluka/C.D. Block in Madhepura District



Tehsil/C.D Block NameTotal : Rural+Urban Population (2001)Total : Rural+Urban Population (2011)Pin Code
Alamnagar129,226175,391852220
Bihariganj101,655131,189852101
Chausa116,471151,399852213
Gamharia65,12582,477N.A
Ghailarh73,12991,672852201
Gwalpara95,295126,318852201
Kishanganj136,937189,314N.A
Kumarkhand187,643243,198852112
Madhepura194,620245,624852113
Murliganj164,148313,081852122
Puraini77,792104,365852112
Shankarpur82,519106,429852128
Singheswar102,086134,151852128



Last Updated on : September 3, 2015





     


     

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