North Delhi Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of North Delhi

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Tehsils in North Delhi District

Sub-DistrictSub-District Area
Model TownMalikpur Chhawni, Dhaka, Dheer Pur, Sanjar Pur, Raipur Chhawni, Bhalswa Jahangirpuri, Bharola, Peepal Thala, Azad Pur
NarelaNarela, Mamoor Pur, Bankner, Lampur, Bhorgarh, Kuveni, Tikri Khurd, Sanoth, Holambi Khurd, Shahpur Garhi, Holambi Kalan, Darya Pur Kalan, Ghoga, Bazidpur Thakran, Nangal Thakran, Ochandi, Rajpur Kalan, Harevli, Mungesh Pur, Katewra, Bawana, Pooth Khurd, Sultanpur Dabas, Barwala, Pehladpur Bangar, Pansali, Khera Khurd, Naya Bans
AlipurKhera Kalan, Shabad Daulat Pur, Alipur, Siras Pur, Budhpur Bizapur, Nangli Puna, Sindhu, Singhola, Bankoli, Khampur, Hirnki, Mohd Pur Ramjanpur, Ibrahimpur, Mukhmel Pur, Qadi Pur, Ghari Khasora, Zindpur, Tehri Daulatpur, Paila, Qulakpur, Jhangola, Tigi Pur, Sungar Pur, Akbarpur Majra, Fatehpur Jat, Sungarpur Shahadara, Bakhtawar Pur, Tajpur Kalan, Hamid Pur, Libas Pur, Samai Pur, Badli



Last Updated on : September 19, 2015





     


     

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