Shimla Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Shimla

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Tehsil Map of Shimla Lahul Spiti Kullu Mandi Solan Simaur Kinnaur UTTRAKHAND
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Tehsil/Taluk NameTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2001) in NumberTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2011) in NumberPin Code
Chaupal28,38731,133171211
Cheta16,83119,459N.A
Chirgaon39,51346,027171208
Dodra Kwar5,6646,370171221
Jubbal (Deorha)33,64937,232171205
Junga12,422169,758173216
Kotkhai34,15539,151171202
Kumharsain40,57743,262172029
Nankhari25,15426,216172021
Nerua31,19236,490171210
Rampur72,02677,396172001
Rohru44,88749,336171207
Seoni44,88735,379N.A
Shimla Rural73,52184,240171002
Shimla Urban142,555169,758171001
Theog77,95484,672171201
Tikar12,59013,865171203
Total735,964969,744



Last Updated on : September 7, 2015



     


     

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