South West Delhi Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of South West Delhi

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Tehsils in South West Delhi District

Sub-DistrictSub-District Area
DwarkaAmber Hai, Bamnoli, Bharthal, Bindapur, Dabri, Dhoolsiras, Kakrola, Luhhar Heri, Mirzapur, Nangli Sakrawti, Nasirpur, Palam, Pochanpur, Toganpur
NajafgarhRoshan Pura, Dichaun Kalan, Jharoda Kalan, Surakh Pur, Mitraun, Khar Khari Nahar, Khaira, Surhera, Kair, Khera Dabar, Ujwa, Sher Pur Dairy, Jafar Pur Kalan, Malik Pur Zer N. Garh, Jhul Jhuli, Saranpur, Mundhela Kalan, Mundhela Khurd, Samaspur Khalsalssa Pur, Issa Pur, Qazi Pur, Baqar Garh, Dhansa, Galib Pur, Najaf Garh, Haibat Pur, Masuda Bad
KapasheraBharthal, Bamnoli, Guman Hera, Darya Pur Khurd, Rawta, Devrala, Pindwala Kalan, Pindwala Khurd, Khar Khari Jatmal, Khar Khari Rond, Jhatika, Ragho Pur, Nanak Heri, Badu Sarai, Shikar Pur, Asalat Pur Khawad, Jain Pur, Hasanpur, Daulat Pur, Rewla Khan Pur, Paprawat, Goela Khurd, Taj Pur Khurd, Quiba Pur, Chhawla, Kangan Heri, Salah Pur, Kapas Hera, Bijwasan, Dindar Pur



Last Updated on : March 21, 2016





     


     

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