New Delhi Tehsil Map

Tehsil Map of New Delhi

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Tehsils in New Delhi District

Sub-DistrictSub-District Area
Chanakya PuriNorth :- Punchkuian Road, Jhandewalan Extension, Connaught Place, School Lane, Eastern Boundary of Northern Railway, Minto Bridge, Minto Raod (new Name Vivekanand Marg) Connaught Circus, South Eastern Boundary, Purana Kila Monument, Police Station World Agriculture Fair, West :- Ridge Road, Army Public School Upper Ridge Road, Rajinder Nagar T Point to Pusa Raod Junction, South :- Outer Golf Link Raod, Lodhi Raod, South Boundry of Safdarjung Tomb, Northern Boundry of Safdarjung Airport, Sadar Patel MargNorth Boundry wall of army Public School Dhaula Kuan, East :- Outer Golf Link Raod, Subramaniam Bharti Marg, Matura Road, Purana Kila
Delhi CantonmentMuradabad Pahari, Jadid Chhawani, Naraina, Nagal Raya, Sagarpur, Sahbad Mohmadpur, Sahupur, Bagrola, Todapur
Vasant ViharRang Puri, Rajokari, Nangal Dewat, Samalka, Ghatorni, Kasum Puri, Mahipal Pur, Mohd. Pur Munirka, Basant Nagar, Masood Pur

Last Updated on : September 19, 2015



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