Delhi Tehsil Map

District wise tehsil map of Delhi

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New DelhiChanakya Puri
Delhi Cantonment
Vasant Vihar
NorthModel Town
North WestRohini
Saraswati Vihar
WestPatel Nagar
Rajouri Garden
Punjabi Bagh
South WestDwarka
Hauz Khas
South EastDefence Colony
Sarita Vihar
CentralCivil Lines
Karol Bagh
North EastSeelam Pur
Yamuna Vihar
Karawal Nagar
Seema Puri
Vivek Vihar
EastGandhi Nagar
Preet Vihar
Mayur Vihar

Sl.No.DistrictHeadquartersSub divisions
1New DelhiConnaught PlaceChanakyapuriDelhi CantonmentVasant Vihar
2North DelhiNarelaModel Town[3]NarelaAlipur
3North West DelhiKanjhawalaRohiniKanjhawalaSaraswati Vihar
4West DelhiRajouri GardenPatel NagarPunjabi BaghRajouri Garden
5South West DelhiDwarkaDwarkaNajafgarhKapashera
6South DelhiSaketSaketHauz KhasMehrauli
7South East DelhiDefence ColonyLajpat NagarKalkajiSarita Vihar
8Central DelhiDaryaganjKarol BaghKotwaliCivil Lines
9North East DelhiSeelampurSeelampurYamuna ViharKarawal Nagar
10ShahdaraShahdaraShahdaraSeemapuriVivek Vihar
11East DelhiPreet ViharGandhi NagarPreet ViharMayur Vihar

Last Updated on : September 10, 2014



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