North West Delhi Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of North West Delhi

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Tehsils in North West Delhi District

Sub-DistrictSub-District Area
RohiniPooth Kalan, Begum Pur, Kirari, Nithari, Rani Khera, Rasul Pur, Madan Pur Dabas, Mubarikpur Dabas, Mangolpur Khurd, Rithala, Sultan Pur Mazra
KhanjhawalaJot Khor, Punjab Khor, Qutab Garh, Salahpur Majra, Bhudhan Pur, Chand Pur, Ghewra, Sawada, Jaunti, Chatesar, Nizampur Rasidpur, Garhi Randhala, Kanjhawla, Lad Pur, Karala, Mohd. Pur Majri
Saraswati ViharYaqut Pur, Shakur Pur, Pitam Pura, Salem Pur Majra Madipur, Nahar Pur, Manglopur Kalan, Wazir Pur, Chokri Mubarika, Sahi Pur, Haider Pur



Last Updated on : September 19, 2015





     


     

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