West Champaran Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of West Champaran

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Tehsil Map of West Champaran Gopalganj Purba Champaran UTTAR PRADESH NEPAL
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List of Taluka in Pashchim Champaran District



Tehsil/C.D Block NameTotal : Rural+Urban Population (2001)Total : Rural+Urban Population (2011)Pin Code
Bagaha314,874396,637845101
Bairia159,692205,707845438
Bettiah184,912224,319845438
Bhitaha52,15266,204845404
Chanpatia226,532296,065845449
Gaunaha157,703207,819845455
Jogapatti185,114243,730845452
Lauriya179,883230,073845453
Madhubani65,58089,428845404
Mainatanr144,383190,176845306
Majhaulia254,167328,383845454
Narkatiaganj292,240376,787845455
Nautan175,938232,414845438
Piprasi31,46638,560845404
Ramnagar193,187247,730845106
Sidhaw236,969306,985845105
Sikta144,794188,939845307
Thakrahan43,88052,428N.A



Last Updated on : September 3, 2015





     


     

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