Saran Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Saran

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Tehsil Map of Saran Purba Champaran Sitamarhi Muzaffarpur Gopalganj Siwan Buxar Bhojpur Patna Vaishali UTTAR PRADESH
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List of Taluka/C.D. Block in Saran District



Tehsil/C.D Block NameTotal : Rural+Urban Population (2001)Total : Rural+Urban Population (2011)Pin Code
Amnour168,339200,107841401
Baniapur217,270262,267841403
Chapra363,036441,469841301
Dariapur228,372294,903841221
Dighwara107,912129,585841207
Ekma181,518214,122841208
Garkha221,388268,284841311
Ishupur121,265146,255841411
Jalalpur137,689173,087841412
Lahladpur70,07879,803841224
Maker76,25184,658841215
Manjhi225,276268,523841313
Marhaura214,042262,710841418
Mashrakh156,844188,612841417
Nagra96,365123,854841442
Panapur100,535121,666N.A
Parsa125,097155,380841219
Revelganj99,010119,179841305
Sonepur220,271269,943841101
Taraiya118,143138,694841424



Last Updated on : September 3, 2015





     


     

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