Central Delhi Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Central Delhi

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Tehsils in Central Delhi District

Sub-DistrictSub-District Area
Civil LinesCivil Station, Timarpur, Jagatpur, Jagatpur Shah, Mukand Pur, Burari, Salempur Majra Burari, Kamalpur Majra Burari, Badarpur Majra Burai, Sadhora Kalan, Sadhora Khurd, Nimri, Wazirabad, Jharoda Majra Burari
KotwaliWest :- Rani Jhansi Raod, Bara Hindu Rao crossing, Bahadur Garh Road, Kishan Ganj Railway crossing, South :- JLN Marg, Delhi Gate X-ing, Rajghat X-ing, Rajghat Power House Road, East :- Yamuna River North :- Pul Mithai, Kauria Bridge crossing of S.P. Mukerji Marg, Dr. H.C. Sen Road, Yamuna Bridge, G.T. Road, G.T. Road Gandhi Nagar, Link Raod, Kauria Bridge
Karol BaghSouth :- Ganga Mandir Marg, Pusa Road Junction, Link Road Police Station, Panchkuian Road, Jhandewalan Extension, Cannaught Circus (Panchkuian Road), West :- K.S. Krishnan Road, Toda Pur Road, D.B.G. Road crossing, Military Road, East Patel Nagar Road, Mahila College, Naz Cinema, Dargah Rattan Shau Peer, East :- Chelmsford Road, Pul Paharganj, North :- Sadar Than Raod



Last Updated on : September 19, 2015





     


     

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