Surguja Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Surguja

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List of Tehsil in Surguja District

Tehsil/Taluk NameTotal : Rural+Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Ambikapur (Surguja)400,759497001
BalrampurN.A497119
BatauliN.A497101
BhaiyathanN.A497231
LakhanpurN.A497116
Lundra101,304497101
MainpatN.AN.A
Pratappur122,665497223
PremnagarN.A497333
Rajpur88,908497118
RamanujganjN.A497220
RamanujnagarN.A497333
Samari (Kusmi)155,839497224
ShankargarhN.A497118
Sitapur210,896497111
Surajpur537,615497229
Udaipur179,748497116
OdgiN.A497231
Wadrafnagar130,551497225



Last Updated on: September 4, 2015



     


     

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