Mandi Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Mandi

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Tehsil Map of Mandi Kangra Hamirpur Bilaspur Solan PUNJAB Shimla Kullu
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Tehsil/Taluk NameTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2001) in NumberTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2011) in NumberPin Code
Aut26,87330,973175121
Baldwara40,33043,809175033
Bali Chowki33,66337,906175106
BhadrotaN.A21,627N.A
Chachyot50,43557,740175028
Dharmpur30,89834,783175040
Jogindarnagar75,67584,440176120
Karsog83,37993,102171304
Kotli23,94125,858175003
Lad Bharol25,40425,787176126
Mandi39,487215,929175001
Nihri31,77735,573175038
Padhar44,14449,363176121
Sandhol18,44316,917176090
Sarkaghat78,46964,226175024
Sundarnagar101,437111,232174401
Thunag44,10650,253175048
Total748,461999,518



Last Updated on : September 7, 2015



     


     

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